See how a young couple turned a custom tiny house into a dream home with a great master bedroom

When Emily Lindahl and her boyfriend decided to try out the tiny home lifestyle, they weren't going to settle for just any small house. This customized 24-foot home looks small on the outside, but it's bursting at the seams inside. Co-designed by Andrew Bennett from Trekker Trailers, the exterior of the home offers a unique introduction to a surprising interior.
The home, built on wheels, can be moved as needed and even includes portable stairs and a back porch! ​
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Once you step through the front door, you just might forget you are in a tiny home. The beautiful living space is tall and open with plenty of large windows to allow for natural lighting. The windows also create the illusion of a much larger space.
Beautiful wood floors, large doors, and customized wall decor help this entryway feel elegant and spacious.
The comfortable kitchen includes a dishwasher, microwave, and refrigerator. There's a beautiful countertop for meal prep and a small two-burner stove for cooking their meals. The tile backsplash adds more personality to the small nook.
The bathroom is surprisingly spacious for such a small home. The 54-inch bathtub also for relaxation and offers plenty of room to shower comfortably. The bathroom also includes a waterless toilet.
The large loft is big enough for a king size bed. The extra tall ceilings make this space feel much less cramped than typical loft rooms in these types of homes. Plenty of natural lighting and a simple decorating touch keep the home bright.
While you can't see it in this photo, they have a full-sized washer and dryer tucked on the opposite side of their bathroom.
The large loft area is accessed via built-in stairs, and the hardwood floors carry throughout the entire living space for easy cleanup.
This loft is not only large enough for a bed, but there's also even extra space for additional storage as needed, and a ceiling fan helps circulate natural air to keep the area comfortable at night.
From this angle, you'd be hard-pressed to believe that this is not a traditional bedroom. With plenty of room, this trailer-turned-home is elegant and modern at a fraction of the price of a traditional-sized home.
Check out the video below (to see a few ways they keep things neat and tidy) and don't forget to visit Emily's Tiny Adventures on Facebook to see even more pictures of this awesome tiny home.
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Emily's Tiny House Tour (#EmilysTinyAdventure)

Here it is! The long-awaited video tour of my tiny house, built by Trekker Trailers and finished by yours truly in December 2015. I've had lots of questions, so I've tried to pack in a lot of information into the video. Feel free to comment and share.

Posted by Emily's Tiny Adventure on Monday, January 4, 2016
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