Tiny houses-on-wheels have a lot to offer. They combine the style and comfort of regular homes with the mobility of an RV or travel trailer. These innovative tiny houses from Atlas don’t just give you the best of both worlds, but they’re built to get the most out of your natural surrounding environment.
Atlas Tiny Homes are made with amazing craftsmanship.
They’re built with three main quality materials: wood, glass, and steel.
Tube steel gives the tiny house a sturdy frame, wood inside creates a smooth, natural feel, and a wall of glass windows allow you to experience your surroundings rain or shine.
The 196-square-foot tiny homes can sleep two adults and two children, or three adults comfortably. On the main level is a kitchen, windows that open so you can slide food & drinks out to the deck, as well as a bathroom with a shower.
There’s also a fold-out futon that sleeps two, refrigerator, and pantry space. Stairs with built-in storage lead up to the loft area that holds a queen-size bed.
The tiny house comes with utilities like a water heater, back-up generator, and interior heater. On the roof, it sports 640-watt solar panels to power the home. The roof also collects rainwater, which is then filtered and stored.
With their fine materials and details, it’s not surprising these tiny houses aren’t cheap. They currently sell for $75K and up (for more info, contact them on their website here). Luckily we can still get a full tour of these cozy tiny homes in this video from Youtube:
Aren’t these tiny homes charming? They were also featured on HGTV’s Tiny House, Big Living in 2015. You can find the episode on Amazon or through iTunes (Episode 13).