I thought these Gypsy Caravans created by Kees Hoekstra of Roulottes were pretty neat and would like to share them with you today. Kees has been building gypsy caravans since 1992 and was a graphic designer/illustrator in Amsterdam.
With his knowledge in graphic design, Kees borrowed some tools from a friend and set off to France for 20 weeks restoring his caravan. After he was finished people starting asking if it was for sale/rent and that inspired him to create his own business. Since there weren’t many original caravans left, he decided he needed to build them from scratch. He then moved to Czech Republic where he set up a workshop and hired carpenters.
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Graphic Designer Borrows Tools And Restores This Gypsy Caravan Tiny House To Perfection!😍
Today he sells his creations which are used for campsites, hotels, backyard workshops and more…
His Company is Called Roulottes Gypsy Caravans
Interior of one of the Gypsy Wagons
Looks like they’re really enjoying themselves below.
Looks nice at night, doesn’t it?
I like how this one looks surrounded by all of the greenery.
Here is a video that shows you even more…
I enjoy these gypsy caravan tiny houses because they have a “fun” vibe to them and I also love the mobile aspect of them.
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Can you think of any great uses for a caravan like this for yourself? What do you think are the pros/cons in this type of tiny house?
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