The Wandering on Wheels Tiny Home was designed and built by Brian & Skyler Thomas — both of whom hold Building Construction degrees and work in the construction industry. They built the house in Mississippi and then moved out to western Colorado where they lived in it for a couple years.
The gooseneck tiny house was built on a 35′ trailer (30′ trailer with 5′ over gooseneck) and totals 280-square-feet. The queen size bedroom loft is located over the gooseneck, allowing for plenty of headroom. An operable skylight is above the bed for ventilation and stargazing.
Whitewashed shiplap siding is used throughout the main part of the interior, which contrasts nicely with the wood grain luxury vinyl planks and wooden accent wall behind the bed.
The kitchen has a 2″ thick live edge wood countertop, farm sink, open-faced shelving, and a 2-burner recessed stove top with in-lay cutting board. A full size refrigerator and large pantry provide ample storage space.
The living area includes a dedicated office space with fold down desk and there are two hidden in-wall safes.
The house is currently tied into the grid like a normal home, but it can be set up to run totally off-grid as well!
Brian & Skyler sold the Wandering on Wheels. You can visit their website for more details about the house.
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