The Winter Wonderland is a custom-made off-grid V Home constructed by Nelson Tiny Houses in Nelson, British Columbia, Canada. That is their largest V Home so far, measuring 380-square-feet and sitting on a 38’x9′ gooseneck trailer.
Arctic blue board-and-batten siding contrasts properly with the white home windows and door. The roof was inbuilt sections within the store and put in on-site to accommodate a bigger overhang. The big deck provides plenty of out of doors dwelling house.
The wooden range retains the home heat and comfortable through the winter. The lounge transforms right into a eating room and workplace house. A bamboo desk folds out from below the sofa cushions and might match at the very least 4 folks.
The storage containers that make up the sofa base might be reconfigured to make a visitor mattress, plus there’s one other visitor bed room loft above the lounge, which can be utilized for storage as nicely.
The Winter Wonderland’s galley kitchen has a farmhouse sink, washer/dryer combo, full dimension oven, IKEA cupboards, and an house dimension fridge. A large pantry and higher cupboards present a lot of cupboard space.
The consumer has a septic tank on-site, so the toilet has an everyday flush bathroom. A full dimension bathtub sits below a big image window, enable the consumer to gaze out on the stars and moon whereas having fun with a soak. Weathered wooden tile flooring and metallic tiles across the bathtub give the toilet a novel end.
Past the toilet is the master suite, positioned over the gooseneck. This permits further headroom, plus there’s extra privateness because it’s on the alternative finish of the home from the visitor space. There’s a full closet subsequent to the bed room platform.
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