Take a tour of a lovely cabin on wheels with a remarkable living area

Today, we're bringing you a true labor of love.
Tia Windham and Ryan Sandem spent two years crafting and constructing their Cabin on Wheels (C.O.W). They finished everything up in 2016, and have been using their transportable abode to carry them around the US.
Recently, the duo settled with their toddler in Oregon. There, Tia and Ryan started up their own tiny home building business - so that others can achieve their dreams too.
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They were eager to share their adventures, and we're quite happy to oblige! Take a look at some of the images Tia and Ryan sent us:
A mixture of cedar fence material and shingles give the exteriors its cottage-like appearance.
There's Tia putting the final touches on the varnished wood. From this angle, you get a glimpse of the glass door and the house's arched windows. The latter was conceived with the intention of matching the shape of the roof.
The interiors are filled with homey details. A guitar and picture frames adeptly decorate the living room.
Here's a wide-angle perspective of the area, with Ryan and family making a special Christmas cameo.
Speaking of which, there's a family room straight ahead. A skylight brightens up this storage-efficient area.
Back on the other side, you'll find a fridge unobtrusively tucked between the living area and kitchen.
Glasses, utensils and pans all have their special hanging place in the kitchen.
That copper sink is pretty remarkable, right? Open and closed shelves on the side help maximize storage.
The C.O.W's bathroom is filled with interesting nooks and crannies. From the rustic white door with a nifty toilet roll holder...
...to the vintage and nautical vibes along the vanity and basin.
And let's not forget the gorgeous stained-glass window by the bathtub. If that wasn't enough, this area packed a washing machine into it too.
Upstairs, we have the elegant, brightly-lit master bedroom. That wooden table parallel to the bed has a TV on it, and the archway motif prevails in Windham's sleeping quarters.
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Evidently, a lot of care and attention to detail went into this gorgeous Cabin On Wheels. If you like what you see, you can also check Tia and Ryan's True Permalife blog.
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