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The Nomad Tiny House Is Designed for Families Who Want To Live Off-Grid Comfortably

While the small living trend has its origins in the United States, tiny houses have spawned a global movement and many countries across Europe have started to adopt it. For some people in these countries, tiny homes are just more practical and offer a more cost-effective way of life compared to living in a conventional brick-and-mortar house, but others decide to move into smaller dwellings because they provide a way of life that better aligns with their environmental and social values.
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For those making a conscious decision to disconnect from the mainstream, get out of the daily grind and the pressures of society, and live more sustainably, Live Off Grid offers affordable alternative housing solutions to make it easier to live in tighter connection with nature. The UK-based team builds simple and serene container tiny homes and tiny houses on wheels with off-grid capabilities to allow customers to regain their well-being by reconnecting with their surroundings.

One of their designs is the Nomad, a mobile tiny house with a classic two-loft layout that is perfect for off-grid life in the great outdoors. It's tailored for people who long for freedom and want to build a life they don't need a vacation from. Beautifully crafted and surprisingly spacious, this model boasts a country-style finish and is fitted with everything you need to live off-grid comfortably.

Like most of this brand's tiny houses, the Nomad is designed and built in such a way as to enable occupants to save money on bills and live in a sustainable way. Through the use of sustainably sourced materials and high-quality PIR insulation panels, as well as the installation of solar panels as standard, the builders managed to considerably reduce energy consumption for this home, which is said to use as little as 20-30% of a standard home.

Nomad tiny house is perfect for off\-grid living
Photo: Live Off Grid
It is built on a double-axle trailer, and though it only measures 23 feet (7 meters) in length and 8 feet (2.4 meters) in width for a total of 225 square feet (21 square meters) of livable space, it can easily accommodate a small family in its two-bedroom setup.

The exterior is clad in thermo-treated wood siding, an excellent environmentally friendly material that is resistant to decay and lasts at least five times longer than regular, untreated wood. It also enhances the house's thermal insulation and is pleasant to the eye.

Inside the Nomad tiny house on wheels, the designers went for a contemporary look with crisp white walls, clean lines, well-delineated areas, and rustic oak wood finishes that add warmth and calmness to the design.

The layout is nothing revolutionary. There is an open-plan living area downstairs, with a lounge/living room and kitchen, a separate bathroom at the end of the house, and two lofted bedrooms. Several windows and 14-foot (4.25-meter) high ceilings enhance the feeling of spaciousness, while modern fittings and appliances ensure utmost comfort. Clever storage solutions integrated throughout the house, including a staircase with ample storage, cabinets, and storage cubicles in the master loft, ensure every room can be kept well-organized for a clutter-free ambiance.

Nomad tiny house is perfect for off\-grid living
Photo: Live Off Grid
A full-light door welcomes you inside the open main floor, which is finished with laminate flooring in oak effect and has underfloor heating. The living room is spacious and luminous, with three windows allowing natural light to flood the space. There is room for a comfortable sofa and a center table to create a nice setting for relaxation and family gatherings.

The adjacent kitchen is compact but well-equipped for a family's cooking needs, with a two-hob electric cooktop, an electric oven, a sink, and a fridge. Opposite the kitchen, a storage-integrated staircase adds even more storage for kitchen essentials and an oak table tucked underneath can serve as both a dining area or workspace, based on the owners' needs.

A sliding door leads to the bathroom, which is one of the nicest we've seen in a tiny house so compact. It is modern with tiled walls and laminate flooring and very well organized. It fits a glass-enclosed shower cabin, a Separett composting toilet, a vanity with sink and mirror, and a washer/dryer unit.

Nomad tiny house is perfect for off\-grid living
Photo: Live Off Grid
The master loft above the bathroom fits a king-size bed, while the secondary one above the living room, which is accessible via a ladder, can accommodate a double-sized mattress, so four people can sleep comfortably inside this home. Both lofts have privacy walls and four-shelved storage units for increased functionality.

Pricing for the standard Nomad tiny home with solar panels starts at £64,500 (approx. US $81,429). However, as the company explains, everyone's off-grid experience is different, depending on their needs, budget, and what they expect from making the move. Live Off Grid's tiny houses usually come with 1000W solar panels, which, coupled with a battery storage pack, is enough to live comfortably in the UK throughout the year. Other features for off-grid living include 200 liters of clean water tanks, a 100-liter grey water tank, and a 100-liter black water tank.
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About the author: Ancuta Iosub
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After spending a few years as a copy editor, Ancuta decided to put down the eraser and pick up the writer's pencil. Her favorites subjects are unusual car designs, travel trailers and everything related to the great outdoors.
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