The outer sleek look is emulated by the modish interior which is predominantly designed using the wooden and acrylic combination. The false ceiling design with embedded lights adds up to the stellar architecture. The strategic placement of a ceiling fan, an exhaust window and the cantilever Kitchen Island makes the kitchen really efficacious. The surfeit of motely sized cabinets come in handy for storing condiments, packed food, appliances and other kitchenware.
The built-in appliances such as the countertop gas stove, oven and dishwasher are robust and facilitate cooking. The open kitchen adjoins the living room where a modest L-shaped couch can be placed adjacent to a small side table. A television and an air conditioner affixed on walls along with a standard double door refrigerator and a washing machine next to the kitchen counter provide utility albeit sparing great leeway.
Block like stairs take you up to the sleeping loft which unfurls into an enormous open space that is big enough to accommodate a family of 4. The white wooden wall panels elevate the loft look and create an illusion of a more commodious space. The rooflight and the vast loft windows throw in ample of natural light, illuminating the entire room whereas the inbuilt open cupboard aids in stacking clothes or books.
The bath area is big with a stainless steel bathtub and a spherical curtain rod for extra style. A steel bathtub is an excellent choice over the conventional acrylic one as it is more durable and keeps the bath water warmer for longer periods than its plastic alternative. A single door separates the bath area from the open kitchen space.
Manufactured by Mitch Craft, the Ross’s is expanded across 350 SF with an accommodation capacity of 4. The main entrance door is arranged between a set of snazzy wall sconces that irradiate the front of the house. A single pole steel ladder is attached to the outer wall which is connected to the top of this tiny house. This feature compensates for the missing outdoor porch as you can climb up to the terrace roof.
Ross’s is a piece of architectural art with a high-ceilinged classy interior and a plethora of storage facility in the form of open and closed cabinets as well as drawers. The output unit of the A.C. can be fastened on the exterior wall and the roof can prove to be advantageous. The wide kitchen window lets you enjoy great views while cooking and the open space leaves plenty of breathable room. This tiny house wheels can be shipped to Canada and USA and is ideal for a small nuclear family.