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This is the 2020 Roost12 from Perch & Nest. It’s a 1973 camper that has been refurbished into a modernized 12-ft. tiny house RV.

The original floor plan is still in play with the dinette that turns into a twin sofa bed, kitchenette, and bathroom with a dry flush toilet. The renovation includes IKEA cabinets, rooftop AC unit, custom-made pole & rope awning, refurbished vintage LP range, and more. What do you think? Have you ever considered a vintage trailer?

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12-ft. Vintage Travel Trailer Tiny House Remodel by Perch & Nest (For Sale)

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Images via Perch & Nest

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Now here’s an awesome spot to enjoy your next vacation! In Bandon, Oregon you’ll find a quaint farm which is home to a little cabin tucked in the forest with cranberry bog views. Idyllic doesn’t even begin to describe it.

The cabin is simple, housing a queen-sized bed and a dressing area, and a little stove for warmth. There’s a lovely deck where you can enjoy a morning cup of coffee, as well. When nature calls, just walk over to the vintage caravan that has been transformed into a cozy bathhouse, complete with a horse trough tub perfect for soaking!

You can book your stay at this awesome place on HipCamp.

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Have You Ever Bathed in a Horse Trough!?

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Images via HipCamp

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This is a 1971 vintage Streamline Empress cottage in Bradenton, Florida with a pool, hot tub, slide, playground, and nearby beaches.

It’s available to book on Airbnb via Micah and Jana, and I think it would make a pretty amazing stay. In fact, I’m adding it to my wish list right now so I can stay here in the future. And while we’re on the topic, have you ever considered using an Airstream as a stationary tiny home, kind of like in this situation? Let us know your thoughts about that idea in the comments, please.

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1971 Vintage Streamline Empress Cottage in Bradenton, Florida

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The Huckleberry is a 30’x10′ extra wide and single-story tiny house on wheels with an open concept living space, a walk-through bathroom, and the main floor bedroom.

It’s packed with unique features like a vintage wood stove and claw foot bathtub, handmade cabinetry, rough sawn wood details, and diamond-shaped windows.  It was designed and built by Rewild Homes Ltd on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.

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30-ft. Huckleberry Tiny House, 10-ft. Wide!

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We showed you the Chapelle and Bibliotheque at Treehouse Utopia in Texas, but here’s the Carousel! Like the others, it was designed and built by the treehouse geniuses at Nelson Treehouse and features the same fantastic craftsmanship.

They intentionally created two levels, to make it feel like the natural rise and fall of a carousel. Inside you’ll find a perfect adults-only getaway, with sleeping for two in a bed with a headboard created from a French carousel piece! There’s also a vintage carousel horse that’s been turned into a light fixture.

The two decks give you stunning treetop views where you can enjoy a drink or a meal. Book your stay at the Carousel here.

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Spend the Night in a Carousel-Inspired Treehouse!

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It took a pandemic to make Julie’s dream of living tiny a reality, but now she and her four special needs rescue dogs live in her 2018 Gulfstream Vintage Cruiser, and her second redone vintage trailer that’s her yoga studio.

I love the idea of the second trailer, because it doesn’t need electricity or plumbing, but gives you room to really stretch and relax that’s missing in many littler tinies and RVs.

Enjoy the awesome video tour and interview with Julie done by Tiny Homes Tours below! Let us know what you think in the comments.

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Pet Sanctuary and Yoga Studio in Two Vintage RVs

She Converted Two Vintage Trailers into Her Tiny Home Oasis

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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