Over the last year or so there has been a movement that has been influencing many people’s lives in, what many say, a radical way but the people joining say that it is an incredibly positive one. All over the country, and the world, people are quitting their monotonous 9-5 jobs, cracking open their saving funds and becoming modern day nomads. However, these people do not become nomads with squalid conditions in mind, rather, they travel in style and comfort while they experience what the world outside of their abysmal cubicles have to offer. The Toybox Tiny Home is one type of abode that these nomads look for.
The Toybox Tiny Home was designed by Frank Henderson and Paul Schultz. It took them a year to complete the 140 square foot mobile home and what they had accomplished truly is amazing. When entering through the front sliding door guests will be greeted with a murphy table, rearrangeable seats, a raised loft for sleeping that is accessed by a moveable ladder, a kitchen area and a bathroom outfitted with a sink, toilet and shower.
LED lighting has been installed to give you plenty of night in the evenings and, during winter, you can thank recycled heating pads in the floors for keeping you warm. Although the house has no toilet, the designers have plumbed the house to accept one.
This is a comfortable and stylish solution for all of you who want to start living life, explore and experience everything this world has to offer. The Toybox Tiny Home is for sale in Lake Forest, Illinois.
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