When people tell me they want to travel a lot with their future tiny house on wheels I always think, “hey, why not just go for a travel trailer because it’s lighter and easier to tow?”
And if you wanted you can always still live in a travel trailer just like you would in a tiny house. Especially if you get to completely renovate it.
In this case, we’ve got a 1954 Airstream that was wonderfully renovated into what I consider a modern tiny cabin on wheels by Timeless Travel Trailers.
Photo Credit Orvis
I encourage you to enjoy the rest of the tour of this awesome RV to micro cabin conversion:
Ok, let me take you inside:
Interior of 1954 Airstream that was Converted into a Micro Cabin
Closet & Master Bedroom
Can you see yourself in a travel trailer instead of a tiny cabin on wheels because of travel and mobility reasons?
If I wanted to travel around the country more I’d definitely go with a motorhome or travel trailer instead of a tiny house on a trailer because it attracts less attention and it’s more reasonable to tow.
But if I wanted to stay put on some land for a while and move very occasionally I’d definitely rather live in a stick built tiny home on wheels.
How about you?
If you’re interested in having a travel trailer professionally renovated for you consider Timeless Travel Trailers.
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