Bunk Box

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The Bunk Box Tiny House from Shelter Wise is a unique tiny house that leaves the wall framing and electrical exposed on the interior. This stylish detail has a great benefit to the homeowner: rather than covering the framing with drywall or wood paneling, they can use – and feel – an extra seven inches of width stretch out all the way to the exterior sheathing. Space is precious in a tiny home, so why let conventional construction methods hide what you could be using?

Built on a 16 foot trailer, the Bunk Box is 125 square feet on the main floor, with an additional 72 square feet in the sleeping loft. Tall people rejoice! A flat roof and exposed roof framing mean extra head height in the loft. Two large skylights, six windows, and even a second, optional door open the house to sunlight, great views and fresh air.

Learn more about the design at PAD Tiny Houses.

A 16′, 125 square feet tiny house on wheels in Portland, Oregon. More info. here.

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