Can you imagine yourself living in a tiny space of, say, 160-240 square feet and won’t go bonkers? Now, do you have a relatively spacious backyard with 50 AMP supply and sewer connection, or at least, you can make those happen? If your answer to those questions are ‘yes’, then you qualify yourself a Roadhaus Wedge RV Tiny House, a turn-key tiny abode produced by tiny house specialist, WheelHaus. Oh, wait. You will also need a healthy bank account with at least $76,000 at your disposal. We forgot to add that critical detail.
Also, that’s after you dropped some money to get the 50 AMP supply rigged up and the sewer line connected, and also procuring a space for it to be parked on. A spacious backyard will be cool. Ask your parents. Maybe they will agree because it is baby step towards true independence from your folks. In this way, nobody can ever say you are still living in your parents’ basement. Pretty rad, right? That’s not the raddest part. The raddest part is, this tiny house here is a RV too. So, when your wings have grew, you can just take off with this in tow. Dope.
But of course, it is not just a show of your independence. It is a show of your exquisite taste. Really. Just look at this amazing tiny architecture. It is exactly as what our source has described, “tons of glazing and a minimalist-meets-industrial style.” Key features are pretty obvious and they includes a wraparound clerestory windows holding the sloping ceiling/roof that helps to create the illusion of spaciousness. Clearly, this Mickey Mouse accommodation of between 160 and 240 square feet isn’t spacious, but with a clever design and ingenious use of every square inch of the usable space, WheelHaus has created a tiny big house, or at least it appears to be big.
In case you needed more space, there’s always the great outdoor. Which brings us to why we love this concept (not just this, but most tiny homes that can be transported): it gets you in touch with nature which is just a few steps away. Anyways, the illusion of spaciousness is achieved with generous use of glass to as much as privacy allows. Even the unusually large door is glass too, to further convey that illusion. As mentioned, it is a turn-key small living space solution and as such, each unit comes with all appliances and hardware. Just add furniture and some of your cherish decorative stuff, and you got yourself a cosy space.
Other details include a sofa across from a wall-mounted TV, kitchenette with solid wood top, pegboard and storage, a sleeping area with a double-bed (chucked away to the back of the house), and finally, there’s a dazzling chrome-tiled bathroom (last image at the end of the post), complete with recessed lights, that screams “boogie nights!”