This Mississippi Couple Decided to Bring Along Rock Climbing for their Adventure
This tiny adventure home that doubles up as a mobile rock climbing gym is the brainchild of a Oregon-based home builder, Tiny Heirloom. Their goal is to create tiny houses custom-made to fulfill each individual’s lifestyle preference and aspirations.
The entire front facade of this 28-foot-long abode is covered with commercial-grade modular climbing panels, meaning that homeowners Breck and Kelsey can go for a climb anywhere they parked. The system also lets them reconfigure the handholds, so they’ll never get tired of their handy climbing routes.
The interior layout is optimized with the living space and dining at one end and the bedroom and bathroom at the other, vertically stacked to create two loft spaces overlooking the central kitchen. The finishes are homely and simple; the construction is of great quality and detail. The modern home is also extremely well appointed with a large stainless steel kitchen sink and a soaking bath cum rain shower unit. The large central door and windowpanes lets in generous amount of daylight and frame the ever-changing views out of the tiny home on wheels.
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