Kera, a Tacoma, Washington-based entrepreneur, decided to have a tiny house built so she could reduce her carbon footprint and feed her gypsy soul by living in a portable house. Kera chose Abel Zyl to build her house, so we know it was bound to be something unique and amazing. The final result was Fortune Cookie, an 18′ modern version of the vardo (a type of gypsy wagon).
The 144-square-foot home features unique curved walls, handmade windows and doors with insulated glass, a handmade armoire, and an arch top entry door. The interior uses mahogany paneling and strand bamboo flooring. In the kitchenette you’ll find a two burner cooktop, sink, and compact refrigerator.
You can view more details including pricing on the Zyl Vardos website.
Images © Zyl Vardos
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