You may recognize this tiny house RV from a recent episode on FYI’s Tiny House Nation. This 207 square foot RV belongs to the Kasl family of four (that’s about 50 square feet per person). Recently we checked in with Kim Kasl to get the scoop on the interior features of this Tiny House RV and to learn how the family manages in a tiny space.

(Photo credit: Isanti County News)

Features of the Kasl Family Tiny House RV:

  • Based on customized Tumbleweed Elm 24 plans
  • Modified to have two sleeping lofts: one used as a master bedroom and the other as a shared bedroom for their two children.
  • An elevated walkway connects the two lofts

“We have a two burner electric stovetop, which is what I wanted and is perfect,” Kim explained. “Our fridge is apartment sized and is serving us well. My favorite item in the tiny house is our HUGE sink.”

Winter recently hit this Minnesota based Tiny House RV, and the Kasl family kept their tiny warm with a Kimberly wood stove.

“Some people seem to have this expectation that spending extended time (in a tiny house RV) will be traumatic for the kids.” Kim remarked. “Sully and Story adore the tiny house! Parenting (in the tiny) is much easier. We’re more connected, cozy, and engaged.”