Want to see just what they can do? Let's take a journey through one of the most customizable configurations you can buy from this crew, the Payette. Now, by customizable, I meant that you can meddle with everything from the length to cladding, lighting, and life support systems. Tru Form also helps you start your journey by choosing either an Urban or Country category, ultimately defining the styling of your home.
Let's say that after you checked out the gallery, you decided to call Tru Form and commission a Payette. When that happens, you'll be asked to dish out at least $79,900 (€75,750 at current exchange rates) on the most standard unit. You'll receive a mobile habitat divided into two floors and includes two loft bedrooms for this rate. Coupled with the bedroom and living room downstairs, you could easily sleep eight people in this thing.
If you don't have a large group of friends or family, one of the benefits of this many rooms is that you could effortlessly transform a loft into a place for storing gear and other adventure toys. Why not shapeshift the downstairs bedroom into a quaint garage for bigger toys? The decision is yours. Because tiny homes cram everything you need into a smaller space, manufacturers rely on countless methods to make owners move freely about the area. This includes modular furniture, storage space in places you wouldn't believe, and appliances integrated into the home.
Once everyone is awake, bellies full with a hearty breakfast, you all decide to hit the slopes with your e-bikes. After a few hours of riding, you head back to your home and take lunch. With a siesta in mind, everyone crashes and awakens just in time to catch the setting sun; it's party time. What more could you want? I think I'm starting to understand the allure of the tiny and mobile lifestyle.