The West Coast tiny house on wheels is built by Summit Tiny Homes in the Okanagan of British, Columbia. This is just one of the tiny house designs you might consider if small house living is something you've been thinking about. A lot goes into planning a tiny house design, and you want to start by doing your research and going with a tiny house builder that knows what they are doing. The West Coast tiny house on wheels is a design that is appealing from the moment you set eyes on it. The exterior uses cedar shakes on the upper part of the cabin building with green cedar siding on the lower half. There are lots of windows throughout to let in plenty of natural light.
Inside is light and bright with white walls and white kitchen cabinetry with beautiful blue/green tiles in the kitchen. This is a tiny house design that feels large inside and could be used for a variety of small house living needs to include use as a vacation home, backyard office, full-time living, artist studio or guest house to name a few. There is a nice size kitchen with a large sink, oven with stove, fridge and plenty of kitchen cabinets for storage. The built-in couch might just be the best thing about th is tiny house design and provides the perfect spot for lounging, reading, napping or sleeping. You don't usually find a couch that large in tiny house design, so this is one to look at. Another benefit of the couch is the built-in storage underneath because you can never have too much storage.
You'll want to take a look at the built-in bar beside the large picture window in the dining area, the seating is a genius and also has storage. This built-in table is perfect and can be used for eating and using as a workspace later in the day. The bathroom in the WestCoast tiny house on wheels is also large with a bathtub, custom sink and washer. Upstairs there are two good sized sleeping lofts, which you also might use for storage depending on your needs.
When designing your tiny house on wheels with Summit Tiny Homes you have several options to choose, so you get a tiny house design that best suits your lifestyle, needs and tiny house budget. You'll have to choose the sort of heating and cooling system you want, with options to include propane, electric, wood, in-floor radiant, heat pump, portable air conditioning, or mini split air conditioning. Other options you will need to choose to include the type of siding you want to go with such as cedar, smart panel, painted, stained, board and batten, lap or tongue and groove. Considering moving your tiny house on wheels to an off-grid location? There are options for that too, with solar options available, rainwater collection system which is included in the off-grid package. There is also a high end composting toilet option which is odor free and ecologically friendly.
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