Tiny homes are a great way to setup shop in the middle of the great outdoors, but their stationary nature is their major downfall. The Leaf House is a portable tiny home that lets any man live like a nomad. Maybe you want to spend a night, maybe you wanna spend a year – it really doesn’t matter with the Leaf House. Essentially a small dwelling on wheels, each one is custom built to the exact specifications of the owner. And they’re more than just a gimmicky trailer; each one was built to withstand the harsh Canadian winters, keeping you warm all through the colder seasons. In order to make a home that was portable, the design team had to cut back on weight opting for solutions like concrete coating foam board for the counter tops as oppose to traditional granite. At around $40,000 a pop, it’s most certainly a steep investment, but with the ability to add things like a complete solar/wind system for power, you might consider ditching the mortgage for a life off the grid.