Allswell Tiny Home bedroom opens up to the breeze
As its name suggests, the Allswell Tiny Home was designed by Modern Tiny Living for Wallmart's Allswell mattress and bedding brand. It has a total floorspace of just 238 sq ft (22 sq m) and boasts a relatively spacious and light-filled bedroom that opens up to the outside with garage-style lifting doors.
The Allswell Tiny Home measures 28 ft (8.5 m)-long and is based on a triple-axle trailer. Its exterior is finished in white engineered wood siding and it's topped by a metal roof. There's a small exterior storage box too. The interior is finished in vinyl flooring, with hickory ceiling beams and poplar wood siding.
Visitors enter into the snug living room, which includes a custom-built daybed with integrated storage beneath, additional storage space and a wall-mounted TV. Nearby lies the kitchen with a fridge/freezer, farmhouse-style sink, quartz countertops, and an electric two-burner cooktop. A washer/dryer and a breakfast bar are nearby.
The most interesting part of the home though is the bedroom. This has French doors on one side and a garage-style lifting door on the other, opening up the space to the outside. The idea is clearly to show-off Allswell's wares but it looks like a pleasant way to open up the home when the weather's nice.
The bathroom lies at the far end of the tiny house and is accessed by sliding barn-style door. This includes a shower, sink and toilet.
The Allswell Tiny Home is currently traveling throughout the United States as part of a promotional tour for Allswell. The company has also teamed-up with Modern Tiny Living to sell homes, so if you like what you see and want one for yourself, something similar will set you back from US$100,000.