I thought you might enjoy this interesting gypsy wagon cabin.
What do you think of this funky little cabin?
Take a a close look at the stairs going up the left side of the gypsy wagon.
Funky yet Creative DIY Gypsy Wagon
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I wish we could see the inside
is the “upper area” removable? you couldn’t get under bridges with it set up can you???
It’s secured on stilts so it isn’t going anywhere… it’s a tiny home, non-moveable. Surprise… some people actually want to go that way.
If you look again you will see that it is on a trailer ( looks like a hay wagon style) and has levelers at each corner.
Those levellers are the stilts that were mentioned above… sure it is on a dray (as we call them) which has wheels, but that just helps it get around zoning laws because it is movable and therefore not a permanent dwelling.
Way cool looking!! The chair stair was outstanding.
But these GW’s can’t handle such loads on the roof as most are just battens and canvas or thin plywood. Nor is it a lightweight deck.
I love roof decks as great places for taking in the view, sun or breeze but you need to design them right.
I think the word “funky” pretty much sums it up. LOL
Funky?? I’m thinking more along the line of cheesy!
It’s from a german children tv show.
google: löwenzahn bauwagen
A real little darlin`
Interesting. Wouldn’t want to take a bath there, though…..way too UNprivate!
Wouldn’t matter in some locations… might be miles away from anybody else. The middle of Times Square however, not so much. lol
Like the stair idea it’s a real innovation I have never seen before perhaps it will catch on.