The central portion of the home features a bright open space with soaring vaulted ceilings and commercial grade polished aluminium extruded frames and 6mm laminated glass. This not only provides long lines of sight to give you the illusion it is much larger than it is, it physically opens up the house completely blurring the lines between interior and exterior uses of space.
The back wall hides an additional wall-mounted main floor queen bed while boasting loads of shelving and storage, pull out desks with USB plugins and ample power points, a drop-down dining table and a host of other space saving luxuries that are hidden away to keep the space looking clean and crisp.
‘His & Hers’ wardrobes provide needed hanging clothes storage and form the entranceway to the bathroom.
The bathroom boasts a full-sized stand- alone tub and shower, waterless composting toilet, sink and wall to wall mirrored vanity, with an in-built 7.5kg washing machine with practical laundry folding facilities above.
Additional queen sized sleeping lofts sit above the kitchen and the loft above the bathroom is currently styled as a full lounge room where you can curl up and read a book, watch TV or work on your laptop.
The Wayfarer Tiny Home is connected to power, water and cable (if available) through a ‘plug and play’ system giving the option of having on-site WiFi. With an on-board power conversion panel, simply plug into any 20a electrical outlet with an extension cord. No need for an electrician. Hot water is generously supplied through an LPG powered, on demand, Bosch 4000 hot water system that will never leave you out in the cold and all services are stored in a weather-proof utility shed that is an integral part of the steel skid.