Clad in jet black, corrugated metal siding and renewable Brazilian hardwood, the Draper is an impressive tiny home on wheels that is as tough as nails on the outside but surprisingly sophisticated on the inside. Created by the ingenious team from Land Ark RV, the Draper RV is designed to be the perfect roaming home for adventurers who want to travel in 300 square feet of style.

black RV with slanted roof and a front deck

The exterior of the Draper features black corrugated metal with a hint of red wood. Much like its sister design, the Drake, this RV has a unique, slanted shape that creates a sense of movement even when it is not in motion. The elevated volume not only gives the tiny home a bold presence and more interior space, but it also helps with the aerodynamic pull while on the road.

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black RV with windows and slanted roof

wood-lined dining area with booth seating

The two designs are quite similar, but the Draper has a few extras such as an ingenious fold-out deck. Made out of renewable Brazilian hardwood, the deck can be folded out to create a wonderful seating area, or folded up flush to the exterior when on the road.

booth dining area folded out into couch

wood-lined kitchen space with stove top and sink

In contrast to its bold black exterior, the interior of the RV is light and airy. White-washed pine lends a fresh aesthetic, which is further enhanced by an abundance of natural light thanks to the many clerestory windows. The interior is also quite spacious, with 10′ ceilings that open up the space.

wooden hallway with shelving

wood-clad interior with washing machine

Although the living area, which is installed with LED lighting, boasts a sophisticated design, the layout was created with adventurers in mind. There is a 7-foot-wide mud room at the entryway to store gear such as hiking boots, climbing equipment and more. There is also additional storage installed throughout the home.

bedroom with black and white blanket

wooden bathroom with full shower

Custom-made, flexible furniture makes the living space highly versatile. For example, a large galley kitchen with a convertible U-shaped dining space can be configured into different uses. When not needed, the dining table can be stowed underneath, opening up room for the sofa cushions to be folded out into a queen-sized bed, perfect for overnight guests.

wood-clad interior with vertical window

sliding glass doors leading from living area to outdoor deck

On the other side of the kitchen, the living room extends to the outdoor deck through a set of large sliding glass doors. The master bedroom is located on a sleeping loft at the far side of the home. The bedroom is reached by ladder and has enough space for a king-sized bed. The tiny home’s bathroom also comes installed with a vanity, wall-hung toilet and a full-size shower.

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angled view of black tiny home with wood deck