Tiny House Road Runner is named after an animated TV show with a well-known character for his incredible races with Coyotte in the New Mexico desert. Elodie and Thomas, the owner of Road Runner lived there for awhile before returning to France and wanted to make their tiny house project into reality. Every detail of this house, from architecture to interior, it demonstrates a homey, contemporary look from the single-sloped frame and wood to the construction that maximizes natural light inside. The use of large windows allows for optimum natural light and projection to the outside. The sofa bed can accommodate up to two people with several storage space underneath. Next to this sofa bed, there’s a drop-down dining table for two.
If you pay attention to the interior of Tiny House Road Runner, there’s no fridge. The owners didn’t want a refrigerator, they prefer to keep their fruits and veggies in an efficient and sustainable way. Designed by Baluchon, once you enter Road Runner, this tiny house feels surprisingly spacious. Aside from sofa, storage space, dining table, and kitchen, there’s also a small wood-burning stove that provides heat. The kitchen is fully equipped, preparing good meals shouldn’t be a problem wherever you are.
The bathroom features a dry toilet with stainless steel bucket and chip compartment, including a 80x80cm shower. The master bedroom is located on the mezzanine, it supports a 160x200cm bed, a small storage box that doubles as a bedside table. It’s a nice tiny house where Elodie, Thomas, and their cats live a comfortable life all year round.