This one-of-a-kind Cedar and metal tiny home was built by Drew, a creative and driven designer with a passion for sustainable living in style. Most of the materials were reclaimed from a variety of resources and recycled into ideal use. It’s fully solar-powered by a 1200 watt Renogy system, three 170 amp-hour Lithium Iron batteries, and a 3000-watt inverter/charger.
The interior is laid out like a luxury suite with healthy plants adorning the walls, operatable skylights to brighten the space, and custom artwork for a unique touch. The functional bathroom holds a toilet and full shower with a high-efficiency head and dampener valve. The kitchen has abundant storage with an induction cooktop and built-in wall oven aside from a gorgeous 24×48 tile for the backsplash.
The most outstanding feature of this DIY build is the seamless drop-down deck and fold-out awning. Drew can have a beautiful porch with shaded seats and endless views in a matter of minutes!
This is an off-grid tiny house with two boat lifts and two docks on 6.62 acres in Carrabelle, Florida.
The little cabin was built in 2005. It features a solar power system, on-demand hot water, a mini-split air conditioner, water catchment system, composting toilet, full kitchen, multi-functional living room/bedroom, and elevated views from the deck and cabin. What do you think?
This is the story of Route Del Sol, an all-electric, solar-powered motorhome. This DIY motorhome build is very likely the most powerful solar-powered campervan in the world today and this is how it came to be.
Since that very first exchange with the ticket booth operator, I have grown much better at explaining just what it is I am driving. In the most technical way possible (for me) I exclaim that, “this is a fully electric 2010 International EStar, it’s an ex-Pacific Gas & Electric owned cargo van converted into a DIY solar-powered electric campervan.”
This is the Ark Tiny House by Willowbee Tiny Homes. It’s a tiny home on wheels with solar panels, double loft, skylight, large bathroom, large kitchen, and lots of natural light (windows).
The Ark that you see here is the 26′ model. This particular one has many upgrades which tallied the total cost up to $89,000, even though it starts at $65,000 and is also available in 28′ and 30′. Learn more below!
They’ve been living, traveling, and working out of their own van conversion for a while now, and have recently had the opportunity to upgrade to a customized van conversion which you’re getting to see right here and now. Yes, they designed and built it themselves and I think you might find this to be one of the most beautiful and most well thought out van conversions out there. Let me know what you think in the comments.
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