Woodworker’s Son Remodels Old Green Bus into One-of-a-Kind Tiny House

You will want to take a look at this short video that takes you through this tiny house on wheels. This tiny house building remodeled by a woodworker's son is nothing short of inspiring. With its distinctive green exterior and woodworking throughout, this tiny house on wheels is one of a kind. From the moment you go up the stairs to enter the living space, you will fall in love with all the unique woodworking details. With a wooden floor and wooden kitchen cabinets, the tiny house building feels comfortable and full of warmth. The woodstove in the middle of the living space is sure to keep the place cozy during the colder months, there is a bed in the back of this open space, and plenty of storage to keep everything tucked away. There is even an upstairs sleeping loft, accessible by a ladder, and lots of windows throughout to let in the natural light. This is a tiny house on wheels that you will want to see.

When it comes to small house living and tiny houses on wheels you need to be creative to make the most of your small space. The following are just some of the ways you can make your tiny house building efficient and work best for you. Create zones. Think about all the things that you do in the space to include working, sleeping, relaxing, and eating and then establish separate zones for all of those activities. You can evoke separate rooms in your tiny house building with a curtain, a smartly-placed table and chair or some paint. Embrace change. Use furniture pieces that can serve multiple purposes. Find a table that can also function as a desk and a dining table, get a sofa that can also double as a guest bed or buy cubes that can serve as a coffee table and bonus seats when you have guests are over. Customize your storage. Storage nooks, bespoke built-ins, and furniture tailored to your exact needs can help to utilize every available sliver of space. And when these are part of the walls, you don't lose nearly as much of that valuable square footage.

Think vertically. When it comes to small house living, you want to exploit the often under-utilized space that is between the tops of furniture and a room's ceiling with hanging or high-mounted features. Take cabinets and bookcases all the way up the wall. Remember to edit. You don't have to display everything that you own. Don't fill every inch in your tiny house on wheels, group your collections and give them enough room to breathe. Nothing makes a room feel smaller than having too much clutter, to make sure to not overfill your tiny house space with too much stuff. Hidden Storage. Install back-to-back storage units that slide out when you need them, build storage underneath the stairs to the loft. A New Take on the Trundle Bed. Build storage underneath the bed. Odds and Ends. Baskets, boxes and jars on open shelves keep things such as toys, crayons and other odds and ends accessible but nicely organized. By being smart and thoroughly thinking things through your tiny house building or tiny house on wheels will work perfectly for you, and feel much more spacious than it is.

You will find this unique tiny house on wheels at the Deor Woodworking site. On the site, you will find out more about this tiny house building and tiny house on wheels, and small house living. You will also want to take a look at the blog by the same name to learn more about this tiny house on wheels. **

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