British tiny house builder The Tiny Housing Co. recently unveiled its Natura model. Partly clad in cork, the home has some nice features, including solar power, a drop-down deck, and an upstairs bedroom boasting a little more headroom than many tiny houses.

The Natura measures 7-m (23-ft)-long and is quite high at 3.95 m (13 ft). It’s based on a triple-axle trailer and is clad in wood paneling and corkboard (to be clear, the images shown are renders and not a completed home). The tiny house is fronted by generous glazing and its drop-down deck area is manually lowered to provide extra outdoor living space.

The interior has a total floorspace of 16.8 sq m (180 sq ft). Access is gained by a side door and visitors enter into the living room, which has a sofa, bookshelf, coffee table, TV, and some storage space. Nearby is the kitchen, which includes a fridge/freezer, electric oven and two-burner propane-powered stove, plus a breakfast bar.