This 97 sq.ft. tiny house on wheels was created by designer Hristina Hristova. The house, named Koleliba, is used by Hristina and her family as a holiday get away.
Hristina says, “The idea for this tiny vacation house was born out of our desire to stay away from the crowds and the concrete of the five stars beach resorts and spend time somewhere calmer and closer to nature instead. Our limited budget as a young family kept the idea of buying a plot and building on it distant and impossible.”
However, their budget did allow for this beautiful tiny house on wheels.
Photos: Deyan Tomov
As with any tiny house build, one of the biggest challenges is working with the limited amount of space available.
“The limited space was a challenge but we managed to fit everything necessary without the unpleasant claustrophobic feeling of being stuck in a narrow place full of stuff. The standard height of 2,4m (7.8 ft) at the ridge of the roof as well as the substantial glazing made this tiny project feel more like a spacious house. The light coming from the full height windows allowed the amazing sea view to become a dominant part in the interior. As the feel of the used materials were very important to us we chose to go with white oiled cladding and ply wood. This oil allowed the timber to breathe and kept the enchanting smell of freshly cut wood stay in the tiny house forever.”
For more info on this beautiful home, please visit: Archello