La Tete dans les etoiles which translates to head in the stars is a tiny house designed topped by a roof that slides to open up the tiny bedroom to the elements. The off-grid towable tiny home also features solar panels along with a rainwater collection system. La Tete dans les etoiles is a unique tiny house design you will be sure to love. The tiny home is topped by a roof that slides open to provide the ultimate place to hand out and get some fresh air, all from the comfort of your very own bed. La Tete dans les etoiles measures 23.6 feet long by 8.3 feet wide and includes a small terrace area. The tiny house is built onto a double-axle tiny house trailer, and the exterior of the tiny house is clad in spruce.
Visitors to the tiny home on wheels enter into a living area that has a daybed and a folding desk that has some storage space and a chair. The main floor has a folding dining table that seats three, a kitchen with a sink, propane-powered stove, fridge, and kitchen cupboard space. At the far end of the tiny home, there is a bathroom with a shower and a sink and a separate toilet. Upstairs is a loft bedroom that is reached by a staircase and looks for the most part like a typical tiny house bedroom at first glance. However, upon closer inspection, the roof in the upper loft can be unlocked to allow the owner to manually slide the roof open and sleep underneath the stars, or get some sun when the weather is nice.
The tiny house gets its power from a roof-based solar panel and features a rainwater capture system with a built-in pump and a filter for use for drinking. Water for the tiny house is heated with gas, and the tiny home is warmed with a gas heater. The tiny house is clad in spruce and measures 23.6 feet long. The interior of the tiny house has enough space for one or two people to live comfortably with a living area with a daybed and a folding desk, a folding dining table that can sit up to three people, a kitchen with a sink, a propane-powered stove, a fridge and some storage space.
The interior of the tiny house is beautifully finished with light wood throughout to match on the floors, walls and ceiling to give the tiny house a spacious feel. The upper loft of this tiny house design with the sliding roof is an ingenious idea that would be especially great in the warmer summer months to make this tiny home a lovely vacation cabin to get away and spend some time in a natural setting. This tiny cabin building gives no meaning to spending the day in bed because what better way to lie back and relax than with views of the blue sky and fresh air while you enjoy the best seat in the house.
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