The tiny house frenzy has taken so many surprising turns already (This boho-glam dream! A prefab glamper! A tiny wedding chapel!?). Now, the game changes again with the Toy Box Tiny Home, a handsomely colorful 140-square-foot micro dwelling on wheels, designed and constructed by Illinois-based tiny house builders Frank Henderson and Paul Schultz. The little abode is loaded with eco-friendly features, including white, energy-efficient thermoplastic roofing, a large sliding glass door and ample windows that enhance daylighting and natural ventilation, and built-in planters that can be irrigated by gray water from interior sinks. Other distinguishing features: storage cubes that can transform into different seating configurations in the living room, a floating cabinet for housing common cooking ingredients, and a loft big enough for a king-size bed.
Explore all the detailed specs and features on the house
s official website and find out more about the building process in this podcast with Henderson and Schultz. Super into the Toy Box Tiny Home? This first model is actually available for sale right now for $48,000.
· Toybox tiny home [official site via Tiny House Swoon]
· Ravishing Tiny Home in Austin is Part Midcentury, Part Boho [Curbed]
· All Tiny Houses coverage [Curbed]