The streamlined design is one of the most popular of any tiny home. Building long and thin definitely has some advantages over short and bulky, specifically for ease in commuting on a trailer. With this design, however, there is always some concern about navigating and foot traffic within the house. The 297.5-square-foot Traveler XL tiny house on wheels proves a streamlined home can also be spacious.
One of the first things you'll notice about this particular design is the plethora of windows. They not only look cool on the exterior but provide a great burst of light to the interior. The abundance of windows may cause some privacy concerns, but as we step inside, you'll see this layout is full of opportunities for "alone time."
One thing that tiny houses struggle to achieve is the combination of natural light and privacy, but the Traveler XL pulls it off in a luxurious fashion.
In total, the bedroom accommodations sleep eight people including this nook at an upstairs loft. The cozy downstairs bathroom is tucked away in the corner on the main floor.
The shed ceiling offers a little more room to navigate but overall the upstairs loft is cramped. Flipping "heads or tails" for the spacious queen size downstairs loft becomes very important!
The bathroom is very multi-functional, as you can do a load of laundry while taking care of all your daily morning duties.
One of the private areas is a comfortable first-floor living quarter with a sliding door and fireplace. This provides a great area for extra guest sleeping as well.
You have to walk through the living area to get to the downstairs sleeping area but it, too, is private, ventilated, and comfy.
Water and power hookups are conveniently located in the back of the Traveler XL.