Whenever you plan to downsize your home, it’s almost synonymous to giving a sacrifice. With Olive Nest Tiny Homes, that doesn’t have to be the case.
That means there’s no need for you to give up those spaces for your hobbies. You may need to prioritize your bed or the kitchen, but living in a small home does not necessarily mean you have to give up your passions.
In fact, Olive Nest has created a tiny but functional and comfortable mobile home called Elsa. It already has a greenhouse installed. Plus, there’s actually a porch.
Elsa is just 323 square feet in size. Though small, it isn’t dark inside. In other words, you can breathe just fine.
Inside Elsa, you’ll be surrounded by light wooden and white walls. It’s also a loft-style unit, which makes it appear bigger than it actually is. Meanwhile, there’s a fridge in the kitchen, and the kitchen is styled as a galley. Above the sink, you’ll also see a gas stove (which is actually in full size).
The tiny mobile house also features storage spaces located under the stairs. This means each resident can keep their home clutter-free. Meanwhile, Olive Nest Tiny Homes has installed an adjustable bar. It already includes four tools a family can share.
While the above features can be pretty much available in typical homes, there’s one element that makes Elsa quite unique. It’s this tiny home’s 85-square-feet greenhouse. Yes, that’s huge enough to house and grow your own vegetables and fruits.
With this greenhouse set-up for you, you can even cut down your carbon footprint. Indeed, your home wouldn’t just be tiny; it will also be sustainable.
If you wish to enjoy eating from your fresh produce, you can comfortably do so right at Elsa’s porch swing.
Now, you can buy your own Elsa via Tiny Homes Listing. It’s at $81,000.
Olive Nest Tiny Homes has created Elsa: a tiny mobile home.
Elsa is 323-square-feet big; it has features like your typical house, but it’s quite unique.
Elsa includes a greenhouse; you can detach it!
The tiny mobile home is charming; you can feel the fresh air when you swing by the porch.
Take a good look of the Olive Nest Tiny Homes sample in the video below.
Source: Olive Nest Tiny Homes