This Tiny Home is a work of Art

The Gypsy Mermaid is an owner-built tiny cabin on wheels located in Ocklawaha, Florida. The unique small house plan has some very nice details throughout. You are sure to love the arched window over the dinette area and the beamed ceiling with a lovely chandelier. The tiny cabin on wheels also has a nice loft and an elegant bathroom. The unique small house plan just goes to show that you can accomplish anything you put your mind to. Robert and Rebekah Sofia are the couple who designed and built this tiny cabin on wheels, and have been married 35 years, and have four grown children, and are on their journey to small house living. The couple both have design and construction experience, so the tiny cabin on wheels is a condensed collaboration. Their aesthetic is mostly European, a little gypsy and a bit of bohemian. They wanted to give their lives more freedom, and it looks like they have accomplished that.

There are a variety of reasons that people choose to live and stay in tiny cabins on wheels and tiny house designs. A tiny house design offers all sorts of benefits from saving money on bills, to offer more freedom, and it seems that more and more people are enjoying what these unique small house plans offer. One of the most obvious benefits of small house living is reducing a number of belongings you own. There just isn't all that much room in a tiny cabin on wheels, so you are forced to get rid of all the clutter and keep only the things that you need or love. For many people, this forced minimalism is a big part of the appeal. You might not be able to move full time into a home that is the size of a parking space, but maybe you could still downsize. You might go from a four bedroom home design to two bedrooms, or switch your home for an apartment or condo. If you currently pay for extra storage space, cancel your payment and find a way to cut back instead. By reducing the size of the house you live in, you'll be forced to get rid of some of that stuff.

Another benefit of small house living is saving all that money on bills. In a tiny cabin on wheels, one of your only real expenses might be the utility bills, which are small when compared to what they are when you live in a standard sized house. For example, your energy bill is might be $30 a month for propane at the highest, when its freezing outside in Vermont. When your home is tiny, it doesn't take as much to run and heat it, so your bills are in turn lower. Small house living will have you spending less time on housework. In a tiny house there is obviously less space, and with less space and less stuff, there is less cleaning, and that's always a good thing. Moving into a tiny cabin on wheels could save you a few hours a week in housework. Small house living might have you traveling more often. If you have a tiny cabin on wheels, you can move it when you want. And although tiny cabins on wheels are pretty heavy and many are not built to be moved all the time, some people build their tiny houses with the intention of traveling in them.

You will find this tiny cabin on wheels on the Home Blings site. On the site, you will find a variety of unique small house plans, tiny cabins on wheels, small house living and more. **

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