We’ve come across many tiny houses in the past, but this one is going to blow your mind. It’s called Ravenlore and it’s a Victorian painted tiny house known for its bright, candy colored siding trim, and roof.
This magically whimsical tiny home on wheels was built by Jim Wilkins of Tiny Green Cabins. It’s 176 square feet, 22 feet long by 8 feet wide, and weighs about 13,500 pounds. The owner, Nicki Jo Davis’ new home was built over wheels. She wanted to clear the clutter and downsize and Ravenlore allowed her to do so for just under $60,000. The home’s rainbow exterior isn’t the only surprising thing about it. Ravenlore’s interior may be small, but it features a built-in solar power system, clever storage space hidden in the floor, a desk space, and a light-flooded kitchen.
Solar panels provide it with extra power at no cost and no footprint. The rest of the power is generated by propane.
Touring the tiny house is Jenna (left) and Nicki, the owner in the living area. The lack of furniture shows that Nicki hasn’t moved in yet.
This is the Ravelore’s surprising big kitchen. Behind Nicki is a door that opens up into the bathroom, which features a full shower and incinerating toilet.
Dormers and a peaked ceiling add extra space. The woodwork is commendable. The tiny chandelier is just so cute.
“When I saw the design with the gingerbread trim, I knew it had to be purple, pink, blue, and green,” Nicki Jo Davis says. “I love that it’s completely ridiculous. It makes me really happy.”