Australian design firm HÄUSLEIN created this gorgeous tiny home on wheels that not only lets you live out your tiny living dreams but even makes it easier to get your laundry done. Although the 215-square-foot Little Sojourner has a distinct cabin feel about it, it boasts a thoroughly modern design that includes a keyless entry, a sleeping loft with a laundry chute and plenty of natural light. What’s more, the savvy house can be completely outfitted with off-grid capabilities.
The Little Sojourner tiny home on wheels features a number of resilient and sustainable features. Clad in western red cedar, the structure was built using a timber frame that is termite-resistant and durable enough for almost any climate. The home is also well-insulated with a moisture-resistant fiberglass wool and silver sarking insulation.
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You enter the tiny home through large, dual glass doors to be greeted by a bright, airy interior with high ceilings and ample natural light. Throughout the home, white walls and solid cypress pine flooring create a modern cabin aesthetic.
The main living space includes a fully equipped kitchen with a full-sized fridge and plenty of counterspace that pulls double duty as a breakfast bar. Next up is the living area, which has enough room for a three-seat couch as well as a custom-made cypress pine shelving unit. A corner bathroom includes a spacious closet, a corner shower and an optional composting toilet.
A simple, cypress ladder leads up to the sleeping loft, which has enough room for a queen-sized bed and a side table. Unlike many tiny home sleeping lofts, the Little Sojourner features plenty of headroom, removing the need to crouch down at all times. Also in the bedroom is one of the home’s most unique features — a laundry chute in the floor that leads directly to the laundry basket in the downstairs bathroom.
Although the Little Sojourner tiny home comes with some amazing features on its own, it can also be completely customized, including outfitting the structure for off-grid functionality. The starting price is $89,900.
Via Tiny House Talk
Photography by Scott Rohdich via HÄUSLEIN