Here’s micro vardo coffee shop called Three Beans Coffee that I spotted in Knoxville, Tennessee.
The owner told me it was built by a friend of his who was a builder of custom doors and windows in Asheville, North Carolina.
He wanted to go into the coffee business, but found that custom doors and windows are better business.
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Micro Vardo Coffee Shop
Three Beans Coffee
Would you ever consider using a tiny house on a trailer for business? If so, what kind of business would you run out of a micro- or tiny- structure on wheels?
The possibilities are endless, really. You can sell jewelry. You can have a tiny barber shop. Or you can sell any of your other goods or services. This way you can take your shop to where the people are at events in your area or around the country.
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Absolutely adorable. <3 Would so love to see the interior, especially to take a peek at what looks like art glass on the door and windows. Just a joy to look upon.
Since I'm an architect, "Yes!", it would have been quite fun to have one of these as my office at Country Job Sites. However, I'm a couple of years away from retirement; I would have been quite keen on doing this 30 years ago.
This is just what I am looking for!! I am starting a soap business and envision selling at farmers markets, etc… Definitely want to have a vardo inspired set up…thinking of calling my business American Gypsy Soaps.