You may have seen different tiny house designs, but none of them allows its inhabitants to customize their complete living space. However, Monarch Tiny Homes has created a unique mobile home dubbed Half/Half that comes with finished cottage-like exterior, but bare shell interior to let creative minds design their living space the way they like.
The 170-square-feet home rests on a towable trailer that can be relocated to any desired location via car or small truck. It is well-insulated portable abode, as its roofs and wall are made from SIPs (structural insulated panels) with rated thermal resistance of about R-14. SIPs are further covered by Newtechwood, which is composed of reclaimed wood fibers and recycled plastic bottle; thus needs no maintenance.
To provide complete heat and sound insulation, windows of the trailer house are insulated with Low-E i.e. low-emissivity. Moreover, the Half/Half can be equipped with solar panels and other sustainable installations, providing environmental-friendly living solution to the inhabitants.
Since interior of the mobile home is bare shell, it’s quite obvious Half/Half will not be well-furnished. But that doesn’t mean basic facilities are not included in this abode. It contains loft bedroom (accessed via ladder), lounge/dining area, kitchen area and bathroom with sink, toilet and shower. Each section of this small shelter is entirely empty just like a blank canvas, allowing residents to fill beautiful colors into their dream home.
For US $22,000, the well-insulated, tailor-made mobile home could be yours to design its complete interior as per your tastes and preference. Meanwhile, it even offers portable living experience to traveling enthusiasts. So if you always wanted to decorate interior of your little home on your own, then this one is surely for you.
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