Many people these days are ditching big homes and opting for tiny homes with big style.
Though they may seem impractical at first glance, some tiny homes are not only livable, but beautiful! They’re also good for the environment.
Tiny houses are typically mobile, allowing owners to travel without leaving the comforts of home. They’re easy to set up in remote areas, so you can literally live anywhere. And many are eco-friendly, relying on things like solar panels and compost toilets.
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Check out this mobile home created by an Austrian manufacturer, Wohnwagon. It’s small, but it features all of the amenities of a bigger house: bedroom, bathroom, and a kitchen!
This home is made from recycled and naturally-sourced materials. It offers solar panels on the roof that charges batteries which are stored below the house. These are used to power lights and appliances. There are also plenty of windows for natural light.
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The bed has enough storage for anyone to keep all their necessities with them— for whatever adventures they’re getting into!
The home includes a composting toilet. Rain water and gray water (runoff water that’s been previously used—like for washing your hands) are collected and used for anything besides drinking.
For anyone looking to purchase a Wohnwagon tiny home, you can customize the house to best suit your needs.
Even if you’re not outdoorsy, a tiny home like this can be the house of your dreams!
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