Check out this tiny home that is elegant in its simplicity - The Phoenix

Sometimes a tiny home includes features that are designed for an instant 'wow factor'. We've seen double staircases, attached hot tubs, and meditation rooms that have become forever memorable. What if a tiny home owner didn't want, or need for that matter, this profound elegance? What if the luxury of a tiny home was the fact that it was simple?
That's the impression that the 275-square-feet Phoenix tiny home from Wind River Tiny Homes gives off. It is a cool house both inside and out. That being said, there aren't necessarily any features that stick out at you, it's just the whole house working in unison to be mesmerizing.
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The great room / entryway is the star of the Phoenix. With double swinging doors and stepped windows the area is light, bright, warm, and inviting.
A furnished look...
The Phoenix may be all situated on a single story (which many people like) but it's still very spacious.
Bathroom fixtures can be upgraded, or they can be left in their bare bones state for a unique look.
 
A ceiling shower gives the 'rain down on me' feel.
 
The 'master bedroom' is situated at the front of the trailer in a step-up gooseneck. It's roomier than it looks.
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