Mountain Chickadee is the latest addition to their portfolio and was designed for a client who took it to a small village called Nakusp in British Colombia. The most striking feature about this compact home on wheels is its bright, entirely white interior that makes it look like a blank canvas for the owner to add their own touches to.
The mobile home is designed with a beautiful West Coast-style exterior that combines durable cedar and metal siding, a minimally canted roof, and plenty of glazing for a modern look.
When building their dream tiny home, people choose to highlight one of the rooms in particular, and it's usually the room they spend more time in. We often see a greater focus on the living room if the owners like to have guests over and entertain them, other homes have spacious bedrooms with generous wardrobes, and others highlight the bathroom or the kitchen. In the case of the Mountain Chickadee home, every room has been given the same level of attention.
This tiny house on wheels seems to have it all, and going 10 feet wide instead of the regular 8 feet makes such a big difference in making it feel more like a home. Moreover, the focus on functionality in design means that every inch of available space is put to good use, creating a well-organized and balanced environment.
On your left from the kitchen is the living room of the Mountain Chickadee. It is such an airy, bright space thanks to the large windows and tall ceilings, and it also includes a bay window bump-out that adds a bit of extra space. There is not much in the way of furniture except for a built-in bench seat and an armchair, but there is still space for additional seating. An L-return in the kitchen creates an excellent environment for entertainment.
From the kitchen to the right, you will find the pass-through bathroom, which is surprisingly spacious for a tiny house. It is fitted with a full-size glass-enclosed shower, a washer/dryer combo, a toilet, a sink, and a big cabinet with lots of counter space.
The tiny home is equipped with an electric hot water on-demand system and in-floor heating throughout.
Minimalism is one of the most innovative styles of the last decades, and despite its simplicity, it turned into a trend that might never go out of fashion because it includes all the necessary elements without overloading interior spaces. And this is easily noticeable in Rewild Homes' Mountain Chickadee tiny house. Effortless elegant simplicity and high functionality are the keywords for this house's design.