The “Gnomadik” is a tiny home on wheels built for minimalist living and portability. To keep costs down, the builders turned to using old materials in new ways. For example, the sink is an old salad bowl with a hole drilled into the center for the drain. The rest of the materials used on the home are constructed with design and detail in mind, making those repurposed materials come together into a beautiful micro living space, at a cost of only about $8k.
At only 75 square feet, this home is quite a bit smaller than most tiny houses, but creative storage spaces and finishings make it seem larger inside. Many of the everyday home necessities are hidden away behind the little artistic features abundant inside the home.
One of the things you can do in a tiny home is really utilize every space. But what that could turn into is clutter, so it’s really important to take your essentials and hide them away behind some really nice finishing. That’s really key to making a tiny space feel big.”
This home is on its way to the San Juan islands to serve as a residence on a small farm. While a home this size may not be ideal for a family, it would make a perfect off grid residence for someone looking to downsize and minimize.