Meet Mariëlle and Chris and their lovely DIY Tiny House which is parked in a lush green corner of a local Nudist Club in New Zealand that needed some extra income to help pay the bills! While the couple aren’t nudists themselves, it ended up being a perfect place for their 10 x 26 tiny house on wheels.
Because Mariëlle and Chris are from two different countries, they wanted a home that wasn’t tied down. They built this red-clad tiny house out of SIPs (structurally insulated panels) during about 3 months which they took off from work to focus on the home. The total cost for the project was around $27,000 USD (or $45,000 in New Zealand dollars).
Living Big in a Tiny House did a wonderful video tour and interview with the couple, so be sure to watch the whole thing and learn about their epic waste recycle system and bee-keeping!
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DIY Tiny House Built with SIPs at New Zealand Nudist Club
As you can see, their corner of the colony is quite secluded and lush.
The inside of their tiny is crisp, clean and simple.
The have a nice spacious kitchen here under the loft bedroom.
They included a low-profile stair system that doubles as pantry storage.
Their bench couch is extra big, and the corner windows give them views of nature.
The secondary loft is perfect for guests.
Look at their awesome drying rack on a pulley! They also have a laundry chute (watch the video to see it in-action).
What a cool couple!
VIDEO: Amazing DIY Tiny House Parked in Nudist Club
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