I’ve got a question for you: would you ever consider running a tiny business on wheels?
With farmers markets growing in popularity and people turning back to the simple life to find happiness and meaning it may be a viable idea.
Take Kara Rosenlund for example. She’s converted an old travel trailer into a mobile shop where she sells vintage goods for folks to buy for their homes.
Not only is it a great place to get inspired and do your work, but it’s also a wonderful place to sell your products.
Kara simply tows and goes to any event she wishes and is able to display and sell her goods there. With this approach she doesn’t have to maintain an entire store with high rent and long hours.
Instead she can peacefully create her products from wherever she’d like as well as display and sell her work from just about anywhere she wants.
Kara calls her store Travelling Wares. And I think you’ll agree that her caravan is just adorable. Have a look..
I encourage you to check out the rest of the photos along with Kara’s vintage decorations below:
Would you consider a tiny business on wheels similar to this? If so, what would you offer?
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