‘the clover’, by ohio-based company modern tiny living, is an extremely functional, tiny home on wheels, that packs all necessities and a large social area in 22 sq.m. addressing a common issue tiny home owners encounter when it comes to saving space, the clover features a large, u-shaped living area, which, despite of its small size, is both cozy and welcoming.

extremely functional, tiny home-on-wheels packs a large social area in only 22 sqm
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modern tiny living has managed to create a micro home that feels spacious and functional with various multi-purpose, space-efficient hacks. measuring only 7 meters long, the clover comes with extra built-in storage both under the elevated social area and on the staircase leading up to the bedroom. it is fit with poplar wood throughout, modern concrete countertops, sage green cabinetry and a full bath, while it can be customized to fit any individual preferences. the large king loft offers a separate sleeping space with enough privacy, while the seats of the social area can fold out into an extra bed that sleeps another two.

  • Nice overall …but, it is too woody inside and the exterior: there’s something disturbing about it (the tree helps) – sitting at a bar to eat where the window is too high and the legroom too short means ‘lap trays’ in the living room – the ‘stairs’ are treacherous – where’s the TV …you’re not expecting to live in a closet and not need distractions?

    Jim

    JimCan says:
  • I love this tiny home.

    angelacasabianca says:
  • I think this tiny home is lovely. The wood inside gives it a warm welcoming feel. I would have liked to see the bathroom. Otherwise it is perfect!

    Carol Hunter I says:

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