Toybox Tiny Home

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

When you’re really looking to live like a modern day nomad, nothing really compares to a tiny mobile home, and the Toybox Tiny Home is the latest offering to stand out from the crowd.

Designers Frank henderson and Paul Schultz teamed up to build the 140 square foot trailer home, taking over a year to complete the final product. The home sports playful color blocked exterior panels, and measures 20 x 8 feet, weighing in at just over 8,000 pounds. Opening the large glass siding door, guests will be greeted with a raised loft for sleeping (accessible using a moveable ladder), kitchen area, murphy table with rearrangeable modular seating, and a bathroom complete with toilet, sink and shower. The floors are lined with heating pads made from recycled denim to keep you warm on winter nights, while LED efficient lighting keeps the space illuminated. If you like what you see, you can actually buy the Toybox as it’s for sale in Lake Forest, Illinois. The asking price is $48,000. [Purchase]

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