Meet April & Jason and their twin girls, Adalyn & Brooklyn, who live in California with their dog Jackson in an absolutely stunning renovated 5th wheel RV!
The couple DIY-ed the entire renovation and took the camper from drab and dreary to light and airy, resulting in a place anyone would like to call home. We interviewed April (@twinning_in_our_5thwheel on Instagram) about their tiny life, so after scrolling through all the pictures be sure to read the Q&A about life in an RV with kiddos!
This is the Tucson 28-foot lightweight gooseneck tiny house on wheels by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses. It features a solar system, an elevator bed that stores into the ceiling or drops over the couch for sleep time, a full kitchen, lots of book storage, indoor storage for three bicycles, and more.
The tiny house was custom-built for a client that hired Greg Parham and the team at RMTH. The goal was to design/build a self-contained tiny home that would be light enough to tow with a 1/2 ton Dodge Ram 1500 Ecodiesel since that’s what he happened to own and he would be using that to travel back and forth from upstate New York to Arizona.
This is the Santa Fe Tiny House by SimBLISSity Tiny Homes. It’s a 376-square-foot tiny house that’s 33-feet long, 8-feet wide, and 13-feet 6-inches tall. The exterior siding features a combination of wood and metal siding and the use of both round and square windows.
The living area features an L-shaped couch with a staircase that leads you into the main bedroom which is over the hitch of the trailer. The bathroom has a washer/dryer, vanity, and a Nature’s Head Composting Toilet.
The kitchen features a copper sink, cooktop oven, refrigerator, cabinets, and a storage staircase that takes you to the other loft which is right over the kitchen area of the home.
376-Square-Foot Santa Fe Tiny House on Wheels by SimBLISSity Tiny Homes
Witness the crazy story of how Eric Muss-Barnes, an unemployed computer geek (formerly with Walt Disney Studios) and struggling novelist, risks homelessness by spending most of his life savings to build an off-grid dreamhouse in the middle of nowhere. Having purchased vast acres of the Old West, can Eric find a stable job and create his home, before his money runs out? 2
He built a custom tiny house on a fifth wheel trailer with a unique entryway where Eric can easily mount and tow his motorcycle.
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