While most of us couldn't imagine squeezing all the stuff in our bedrooms into 100 square feet, this tiny home has managed to do just that — and more. The 12-foot-long "Nugget" designed by , is much smaller than most other but still manages to have all the essential amenities.
With a bathroom, kitchenette and sleeping area compacted in the small frame, the abode is based on a single-axle trailer and weighs 4,500 pounds. The exterior is adorned with pine siding and a metal roof for a clean, modern design.
A polished wooden countertop makes up the majority of the kitchen with a deep single bowl sink, a copper faucet, and mini fridge. These copper and wooden accents can be seen in the knobs and shelving throughout the home.
The bathroom is well-hidden behind a pocket door featuring a composting toilet and small shower while the built-in bed sits snuggly in the back corner with additional shelving and hangers.
The "most livable 12-foot home of the market" is advertised as a weekender by Modern Tiny Living, which makes sense considering the home lacks some necessities. There's no stove or room for a television, which could pose a problem for full-time living. However, the Nugget makes use of every inch of space possible. There's storage under the bed and open wraparound shelving to hold plenty of supplies and knick-knacks.
The entire home also has complete off-grid capabilities, powered by roof-based solar panels and an integrated inverter and battery set. A 100-gallon fresh water tank and propane heater ensure the occupants won't go thirsty or cold.
Starting at $29,000, or $36,000 with full off-grid power, it could be the perfect travel companion for your . Tour the entire home in this video, and check out .