“Introducing Paula Eden, a resourceful person who, on a shoestring budget, realized her goal of a comfortable home. With her diploma in hand, Paula set out to build a sustainable refuge on 13 square meters after spending years as a student in a tiny mobile home.
She chose an earthy-toned design, drawn from the charm of old Swedish homes. Paula’s selection of natural and recycled materials—rather than plastic and aluminum—demonstrates her dedication to sustainability. Paula, along with her father and other experts, painstakingly built the house using an old trailer frame. Situated amidst lakes and forests in the rural area of Småland, the completed residence exhibits a tasteful fusion of design and practicality.
Paula, an enthusiast for interior design, decorated the room with traditional Swedish wallpaper and earthy green linen paint. The house has all the necessities, like a table, seats, and creative storage options, even if it is small.
Paula cleverly survives without municipal utilities by using a wood-burning stove, rainwater, and local farm water for different purposes.
Solar panels display her dedication to off-grid living by powering gadgets and lighting the house.
This unusual mobile home is a tribute to Paula’s inventiveness and tenacity, as well as an example of sustainable living.
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