AN innovative woman has transformed a lorry into a small home with a skylight and log burner.
A sofa pulls out into a large bed and the cottage features a working log burner for those chilly nights.
A sideboard also pulls out to create a breakfast bar feature in the kitchen area.
A wall mirror and skylight both create a sense of space inside the fairly small but tidy house.
TilTok user praised the owner for her ingenuity. One said: “Great job” and another said: “So Cool.”
More and more people are tapping into the small home fad to save cash.
A carpenter has traded in his seven-bed shared house for a 16ft-long tiny home and now lives on just £200-a-month.
Isaac Pryce, 28, built his £10,000 home from scratch and parks it up on farmland near Borth in Wales – but says there are serious drawbacks.
Another innovative woman has enjoyed the small things in life, especially her tiny home. She loves to save money in the compact space, but there’s a unique problem upstairs.