DIY Bow Top Vardo Office Cabin Guest Post by Blackfox Kindred
I live in the beautiful mountains around Blue Ridge, Georgia and needed space for my home office.
I explored several ideas about how to build it and decided to go with the traditional style of a bowtop vardo but built on a skid beam setup instead of a wagon frame.
I had seen the real thing as child and just had to build one after seeing some examples online.
I started with a 4’ft by 8’ft base and built up from there as if I were building on a wagon. I tried to stay true to the tradition and plced everything just as it would be if done back in the day.
I encourage you to continue enjoying the tour of my vardo office cabin below:
I hope you enjoyed it!
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