If you took away the wheels, the Germany tiny house would look just like a farmhouse with wood paneling, solid wood floors, and custom-made furniture. A combination of white, natural wood, and dark wood highlights the rustic look. The numerous windows keep it from looking too heavy due to all that wood.
Thanks to its placement, the living room gets plenty of natural light and great views – facing the glass door, with two huge windows on the side. With a generous surface, it can work great as an entertainment area for guests and even provide additional overnight accommodation when needed.
At the end of the house, a compact bathroom reveals a full-size shower and a vanity in the same style as the rest of the furniture, made of high-quality wood.
A two-loft bedroom tiny house normally displays a staircase and a ladder, rarely two staircases or ladders. This is the classic solution for convenient access, with the downside that bulky staircases can take up a lot of space. The so-called split staircase is an alternative solution found in some of these homes on wheels – it's just as practical and looks much better.
The Germany tiny house integrates this type of staircase with a twist. Instead of the typical structure with a railing, it's shaped more like a single block of wood with two "wings." You could almost see it as a quirky work of art.
The two loft spaces also get plenty of light and fresh air and include additional storage space. Future owners can configure them both as bedrooms or as a main bedroom and a flexible room that can function as anything from a kids' playroom to a home office.
In case you're wondering about this home's unusual name, it all goes back to the origin of the Tinyhouse-World brand. Uwe Bosshammer started exploring van life back in Germany more than a decade ago when he switched from a conventional apartment to a Volkswagen van.
Today, he lives in Portugal with his family after falling in love with tiny houses – as flexible as a van but with the added comfort of a conventional home. As a tribute to both countries, he named one of his tiny houses Portugal and another one Germany.
Compared to platform trailers, it brings the benefit of added construction height and a lower entry height due to the loading platform being lower to the ground. The downside is that the wheels and wheels arches protrude above the chassis because there's no flat loading floor like with the platform versions.
All Vlemmix trailers are built to last: hot-dip galvanizing adds a protective layer that prevents rust and increases resistance to damage over the years. They're also fitted with brakes and axles from Knott, one of the best axle manufacturers in Europe.
The beautiful Germany tiny house is designed and built in Portugal, with pricing starting at €38,000 ($40,700). The brand's range also includes smaller designs for one or two people, which are a bit more affordable, starting at a little over €30,000 ($32,000).