This is a 160 sq. ft. Tiny Pink House (Poco Pink Edition) by Mint Tiny Homes in Delta, British Columbia, Canada.
From the outside, you’ll notice it’s a little cottage built right onto a utility trailer for mobility. It’s like an RV, but stick-built like a traditional cottage! When you go inside, you’ll find an open living area with a dining table, a kitchen, a bathroom, and an upstairs sleeping loft.
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160 Sq. Ft. Tiny Pink House on Wheels
Images © Mint Tiny Homes
Images © Mint Tiny Homes
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Very pretty house! Love the color, and it’s simplistic but beautiful style. Looks like it would be very easy to live in and enjoy.
I would need some sort of living room / relaxing area /reading nook for full time living. Might be good for a guest cottage.
Does anyone know, do entry doors always open out? I can’t tell from these pictures if that’s what the door does. Just wondering.
I think it is due to the small space so opening inwards would cut you off from some of the house…like when you just want to let a little of the outdoors inside.
Although this tiny house is quaint, it is lacking in storage and seating space. With some changes, this could be a good tiny living choice.
So cute! Looking at it makes me smile.
I wish they would make this home longer. I don’t like the French doors. I would have a single door with a small window on the side. Sink in the bathroom. Finally someone has used my Idea by putting in a lazy susan in kitchen. I would put in an rv stove with three burners and oven instead of just burners. Just my thoughts. Also a dormer in the loft.
The other models on their website are very nice also. The larger model with a bigger loft is really good.