The demand for smaller homes keeps on increasing very rapidly over the last few years. Not only that we have to face the fact that living in a conventional home in the United States can now cost you a fortune, tiny house on wheels will also lead us to living a more efficient way of life. These days, we only 150 square feet, there are a number of tiny house manufacturers who are more than capable of designing a small house that accommodate you and your family properly. The small size of the house never seems to be a serious handicap for those manufacturers to come up with more comfortable living space. These tiny house manufacturers have come up with many forms of small houses. Some of them are really expert in transforming dry shipping containers into a tiny yet cozy living space for a young family. Some other manufacturers have also made their small houses more mobile as they equip their creations with wheels. Nanostead, for example, this tiny house manufacturer has designed a tiny house on wheels in Asheville, NC.
Thanks to the professional help from Nanostead, Natalie Pollard, one of their clients, can now enjoy a comfortable living in her tiny house. The tiny house on wheels created by Nanostead is now located beautifully in Asheville. This tiny living space is now well equipped with wonderful interior and cozy outdoor deck. The pictures below will show you how comfortable living in this tiny house could be. Natalie Pollard actually runs a store in Asheville. This store is dedicated to other villagers in the area. More importantly, Natalie’s store is meant for sustainability enthusiasts.
Just like many other tiny house enthusiasts, Natalie Pollard has come to understand that living in a tiny house could be very beneficial. She clearly admits that now she can be a highly responsible adult as she lives in a small house. Her new house has made her more responsible to her community and society as a whole. Nanostead has proven that tiny house on wheels can be a reliable alternative for more people in the near future.
Photos source: Natalie Pollard