Architect and designer develop tiny home with gorgeous rustic details inside

Allow us to introduce you to Tipsy, The Tiny House. This rustic-chic tiny home on wheels was conceived by Chad (an architect) and Lindsay (a graphic designer), who currently serves as a hospitable fall/winter getaway.
What makes this home special? "Listen to the rain fall on the metal roof as you read a book in the comfortable loft bed with thick down comforter. The cozy cabin feel is great for lounging on the sofa next to the electric fireplace and putting on a movie," states the couple.
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Here's a quick tour of this tiny house on wheels. The interior details are absolutely gorgeous.
Newly-fitted reclaimed wood planters separate Tipsy from the main house. A rugged wooden finish gives this tiny home a quintessential 'cabin in the woods' aesthetic.
A close look at the entrance proves that this little abode has a strong sense of identity.
A bird's eye view shows us how every interior nook and cranny works in perfect cohesion. ​
Two windows ensure the house and its humble workstation are naturally well-illuminated.
A guitar is almost camouflaged by the wooden walls on which it hangs. If you look closely, you'll notice surround sound speakers have been fitted throughout the ceiling.
With the downstairs sofa and sleeping loft, the house comfortably sleeps up to three people. The loft ladder slides in and out of place to allow for extra legroom.
The kitchen consists of sleek wooden counters and modern amenities, like this two-burner stove and the cabinetry above it.
True to smaller living 'less is more' conventions, the sleeping loft is only fitted with the essentials - a comfy bed for two people, lots of cushions and pillows and freshly fitted linen.
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Not pictured, but definitely featured in the Tipsy are a fully-plumbed bathroom and an electric fireplace. How's that for comfort?!
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