You'll want to watch this video that takes you to the Blue Mountains of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia where couple Matt and Lisa have built their tiny home on wheels. The tiny home is jet black with hints of cedar trim, a modern tiny house that has a lot going for it. Amazingly, this tiny house on wheels began its life with a simple match on a dating app that united two souls, one with an obsession for tiny home designs, and the other with a passion for building. The property has 16 acres with a creek that runs through it. Throughout this tiny home, Matt’s skill as a builder is evident. He has his business remodeling kitchens and bathrooms and his skill and experience show in all the details.
Somehow, the black exterior of the tiny home, coupled with its height and remarkable modern shade cloths which cover the deck give this tiny home an almost imposing look. Architecturally, this structure is sharp and beautiful. Every way you look at it, something is interesting about it. The tiny house is filled with several wonderful quirky features, such as the cat running out the back which gives their much-loved pets some space to play safely from the tiny house. This entrance and exit from the home also stop the cats from needing an interior litter box, which is a big win in my books. Stepping inside, the home is something to behold. The tiny home is a bit taller than a normal home on wheels and this does mean it would require additional permits should it ever need to be relocated to a different property. The extra height in the home adds a tremendous sense of space and liability though.
The tiny home has everything that you would expect, albeit all finished and decorated to a tremendously high standard. While Matt and Lisa did the vast majority of the construction on this tiny home, they admit to calling in a good number of favors amongst their friends in the trades and more than a few boxes of beer changed hands in the process. The lounge is large and wonderfully artistic with a spectacular light feature above, with a collection of hanging down-lights and plants growing amongst them. There’s a good-sized television and a comfortable seating area.
Down the hall, a large kitchen contains all the modern amenities all with plenty of bench space for working. Items such as the fridge and the oven have been fitted under the stairs to make some extra space. Behind a set of double mirrors which sit on each side of the home are his and her’s wardrobes, which provide a break in the space before entering the bathroom, allowing for more than enough clothes storage for the couple. Moving past the wardrobe, you enter the bathroom space which is like nothing you've seen in a tiny house before. The tiling work is exceptional, the mirrors which span one wall and have storage behind them add a tremendous sense of space and the bathroom is indeed more spacious than you might see in a tiny house.
More about this story can be found at: Living Big In A Tiny House