The Savannah is the first tiny home on wheels built by Tiny Homes on the Prairie. Located in Steinbach, Manitoba, the builder brings nearly 30 years of experience in the construction industry to tiny houses.
The exterior of the Savannah is clad in high-end black metal siding with cedar siding accents. A bump-out storage space provides an outdoor “shed.”
The builders used spray foam insulation, providing R24 walls and R40 floors and ceilings — the same as most new construction houses and high enough to withstand the cold Canadian winters.
The tiny house is 30-feet long and offers 332 square feet of living space.
The interior includes a mix of black and white finishes. White shiplap walls and ceilings are offset with custom-made black cabinets and fixtures. The wood floor and other wood accents add a bit of rustic charm to the modern finishes.
In the living room is a grey velvet couch and padded bench for additional seating. A propane heater is installed under the TV.
The galley kitchen features upper and lower cabinets, white countertops, a full-size refrigerator, and a four-burner range.
A double barn door provides privacy to the main floor bedroom. Inside the bedroom are large windows, double bed with storage space underneath, overhead cabinets, and small end tables on each side of the bed. The end tables match the wood beams on the ceiling.
A black steel ladder leads up to the storage loft above the bedroom.
The small, efficient bathroom includes a composting toilet, vanity with ceramic sink, mirror, and shower.
For more information about the Savannah, please contact Tiny Homes on the Prairie.
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