Learning how to build this small is a challenge. But it’s child’s play compared to learning how to live small. It took every bit as long to pair down enough to fit reasonably into such a small space as it did to build it. Going through round after round of downsizing, purging, and otherwise shedding whatever is unnecessary took determination and mental and emotional stamina. And it’s been totally worth it. Having only what’s essential (by relatively affluent western standards) frees up a lot of clutter, expense, maintenance and energetic baggage.
A rustic, 200 square feet tiny house on wheels. Designed and built by Aaron Maret of Aaron Maret Design Built Studio.
Love the woodwork here, especially the counters and particularly the sink area. Well done!
How charming. It would be facinating to learn more about the build – how much does it weigh? How mobile is it? What appliances does it contain? You’re giving me too many ideas….
I love how the tankless water heater is right above the sink so it is easy to control.
You’re such an inspiration. Rustic yet modern. I love. Thanks for sharing mate.
I agree, rustic & modern. I love how functional your front porch is. The ceiling is LOVELY. Great kitchen, living space & storage. I appreciate your thoughts on living small.