The team behind Tiny Happy Homes recently unveiled their newest mobile micro dwelling. Created by the company's owner Joe Everson, The Wedgie is a compact 160 square foot home on wheels that cost just $30,000 to build. The perfect option for a minimalist traveler, it comes with a fully functioning kitchen and bathroom as well as built-in bunk beds, and the colorful cladding makes it fun and aesthetically pleasing to boot.
Not only the latest in a long line of innovative tiny structures from the company, the Wedgie is also affordable and sustainable. According to Mr. Everson, the Wedgie is completely off-grid. The home was built with reclaimed wood where possible on the interior and exterior. Along with a whole house filter for safe drinking water, the tiny home also has a gravity-fed rain catchment system for grey water use. A solar system is installed for the home’s energy needs and strategic window placement gives the Wedgie an open spacious feel, making it quite comfortable and welcoming on the inside. Additionally, the 6 x 7 foot foldable deck has moveable awnings that allow residents to enjoy a relatively spacious outdoor area while not out on the road.
+ Tiny Happy Homes
Images by Kristen Everson