Sarah’s first taste of nomadic life came when she took a lengthy road trip, moving from New York to California. She had a tiny house life ruminating in her brain for years, and when she was laid off in 2020, she decided to take the plunge and use all her savings to buy a vintage trailer!
It cost about $20,000 (trailer and conversion) to turn the tin can into an incredible home on wheels. Her professional experience as an interior designer enabled her to create a truly gorgeous and functional space! Enjoy the tour.
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Real Estate Agent & Interior Designer Goes Tiny with a Vintage Trailer Remodel
The couch converts into a small bed or lounge space.
She added rattan to the cabinets for the aesthetic and airflow.
She has an RV full-sized bed, and the bathroom in the back of the home.
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