The Flamenco tiny house is a one-of-a-kind, single-story model, built by Baluchon and available to purchase in Europe. It measures 24′ x 8.5′, and can accommodate up to 4 people. It includes a mezzanine, kitchen, living area, and bathroom. Its base price is $70,000. This tiny house has a half-circle frame, covered in a curved [...]
Travel trailers can be a great alternative to a tiny house on wheels, especially if you want to travel and move around often.
Manufactured trailers are usually lighter in weight so they can oftentimes be easier to tow thanks in part also to their lower height (there are usually no sleeping lofts).
Travel trailers are usually built with a one level design so they’re not usually built as tall.
Some are compact and light enough to be towed with a small car, and there are other travel trailers that seem to have more space than many small apartments.
In this section, you’ll dive into the world of travel trailers. We also love to show you trailers that have been customized into tiny homes.
Travel trailers with customized interiors are homier and they don’t attract as much attention as tiny houses on wheels do.
On top of that, they cost less.
Especially if you buy used.
This can leave you with enough extra money in your budget to do some modifications and customizations to your trailer.
The downfall is that you will likely not have very good insulation versus a custom-built tiny home on wheels…
So please take that into consideration if you need to make it through any extreme climate conditions (you may need to reinsulate your travel trailer).
Anyway, please explore and enjoy the world of travel trailers and trailer-to-tiny-house conversions that we’ve been lucky enough to feature here. 🙂
Mr. Wolf originally convinced his wife into a skoolie conversion, so long as he built it out like a home. But after some trips, they realized it couldn’t get them where they wanted to go! So Mr. Wolf had an idea – build a 4×4 Overlanding rig on a Humvee chassis. Using aluminum and marine-grade [...]
Sherry and Andres wanted a way to travel down to Costa Rica to Sherry’s home and family there, so they renovated a 1991 Toyota Dolphin to meet their needs. Lockdown ended up halting their plans for international travel, so they traveled domestically for a while instead! Their rig has a memory foam mattress above the [...]
Are you looking for weekend adventures but not in the mood to set up tents but also don’t have the space to store an RV? That’s where the father-and-son duo that came up with the idea for the Hitch Hotel found themselves a few years ago. And they decided to do something about it. The [...]
This family of five (soon to be six!) has been living in their renovated toy hauler now for about two years. They got started on the tiny living journey when husband Troy became a travel nurse — an RV allowed his wife Elizabeth and their three girls to take home wherever he went for work! [...]
Angela and Sky saw a Scamp while they were camping with their parents once and fell in love with it. For two years, the couple kept searching for a Scamp of their own to renovate, when they discovered their neighbor was selling his 1997 16′ Layout A one. Once it was theirs, Angela went to [...]
Luz started her tiny living journey by building out the back of her Subaru Forester. After about 8 months on the road, she upgraded to her awesome A-Liner camper, which she lives in full-time (without running water!). She has some solar-powered battery banks to charge her devices and uses solar lights indoors. During her life [...]