Minimaliste has been iterating on its Magnolia tiny house for a few years and following its Magnolia V5, the Canadian firm has now completed the V6.

The towable home once again has a roomy interior layout and can withstand extremes in heat and cold, but this particular model also offers increased storage space and provides a well-stocked kitchen (by tiny house standards).

The Magnolia V6 is based on a triple-axle trailer and measures a total length of 36.5 ft (11.1 m), with a width of 10.5 ft (3.2 m), making it too wide to tow without a permit, so it probably won’t be moved around very often. It’s finished in cedar, some of which is treated using the Japanese Shou Sugi Ban method of charring the wood to protect and preserve it.

Visitors enter into the living area, which looks spacious for a tiny house and has a large entertainment center that doubles as a sewing area for the owner. A large closet is nearby which has a pull-out pantry.