This is the perfect home for that eco-friendly person seeking a minimalistic lifestyle.
This tiny house on wheels is 185 sq. ft. (including the loft) of hand-built love. It was designed to be as sustainable as possible in terms of the materials used, and actually Net Positive in its operations, mainly by way of the greywater system that uses shower and sink water to support plant life surrounding the house.
The exterior is covered with Western red cedar lap siding, and the red entry door gives it a nice pop of color as you walk in.
LIVING ROOM: Upon entering the house you'll first be greeted by a custom built couch and with with armrests on both sides that fold down flat making a comfortable day/guest bed. The backrest of the couch can also be pulled out and used as a floor mattress if need be (add the double the double hammock and you could technically sleep 6 in this tiny house, but boy would it be tight!).
KITCHEN: There is quite a bit of countertop space for such a tiny home, with ~6 ft of butcher block on one side and another ~1.5 feet on the other (making up numbers here), plus a rolling table that can be used as additional prep space.
BATHROOM: The bathroom has a Swedish Separett composting toilet which is actually quite user-friendly and stink-free when used properly. The shower was built using an ancient Moroccan lime plaster technique called Tadelakt and was burnished with olive oil soap and a polished river stone for hours and hours to a lusciously smooth look and feel (and waterproofing).
Technical details: 2x 5,000 lb axles on NATM certified 20'x8' trailer; Framed with 18 gauge steel studs made from recycled cars Insulated on all sides with a soy-based spray foam that doesn't off-gas any fumes (R10 walls and floor, R30 ceiling) Sheathed with ZipSystem sheathing and then clad in Western red cedar lap siding Set up for both 20amp or 30amp electric service.