This is another beautiful wagon tiny house in rural England (Medstead, U.K.) with outdoor amenities like a barrel hot tub, outdoor dining area, and more. It’s a lot like this Wagon Tiny House that we featured the other day. Take a look below and let us know what you think in the comments.
This is a beautiful wagon tiny house in rural England (Medstead, U.K.) with outdoor amenities like a barrel hot tub, outdoor dining area, and more. Take a look below and let us know what you think in the comments.
It’s a unique tiny home called the Wagon in the Woods and it’s actually available as a vacation rental bookable via Airbnb and you can also find more info about it over at Ralph’s website, Little Place in the Country.
This is the Hygge Tiny House. It’s a tiny cabin on a foundation in the Isle of Wight in the United Kingdom.
‘Hygge’ is a Danish word that means wellbeing. This little solar powered cabin is available as a vacation rental through Tiny Homes Holidays. Enjoy the virtual tour and learn more about it below. Thanks!
This is “The Manor” built for Gemma and Darryl by HouseBox, a handcrafted horsebox-conversion builder in England.
We asked House-Box to convert our 1989 Layland DAF Roadrunner in to a liveable space for us to use as our touring home while we travel with our circus. House-Box took our ideas and created a beautiful home far beyond our expectations. Their use of natural light and design has made a relatively small space into a fully functioning home with plenty of storage and all the comforts a home should have. They fitted fantastic electrics and plumbing including 3 large solar panels and a gas heating pump for hot water. I would recommend the company for any type of conversion. Beautiful craftsmanship with plenty of vision and thought put into each design.
We love our home x Gemma and Darryl x
And yes, there’s even a bathroom! Watch the video tour to get all the details and find the builder’s contact information below.
This is Steve’s house truck, a horsebox conversion called the “Kaya Box” that features a distinctly Rastafarian-themed interior.
Steve shared his ideas with Dean, owner of HouseBox in England, who made them into reality! For those who don’t know, horseboxes are used to transport horses, but this one has been transformed into a beautiful, handcrafted home. Way to reuse! There’s black, red and yellow tiling in the kitchen and bathroom along with red, yellow and green trimwork on the exterior that would make Bob Marley proud.
Take a video tour (inside starts around minute 11) and read Steve’s testimonial on the last page. Enjoy!
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