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Whimsical Caravan Tiny House by Rogue Valley Tiny Home Construction


This is a whimsical caravan tiny house on wheels by Rogue Valley Tiny Home Construction.

It was built for one of their clients using custom, home-made SIP’s (Structural Insulated Panels).

The curvy windows were recycled from an old church. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thanks!

Whimsical Tiny House on Wheels by Rogue Valley Tiny Home Construction

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Sources

  1. https://www.facebook.com/rvtinyhomes
  2. https://www.facebook.com/rvtinyhomes/posts/452885635161044
  3. https://www.facebook.com/rvtinyhomes/posts/395917934191148

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  • William August 11, 2018, 12:15 pm

    Now that one, I like. I think most, “modern tiny homes on wheels” look like trailers or boxes on wheels but this one shows imagination and design. I am very found of round roofs. The bathtub is perfect, the wood stove is nice but I would worry about it being so close to the stairs. One slip and its wood stove and me all tangled up together. Still it would work fine for heating small home.
    I like the wood work and the nu-squair window above the door.
    I could live there just fine.

    • James D. August 11, 2018, 3:19 pm

      There’s a rail just before the stove… It’s mounted to the wall and floor… So there’s some protection from just falling towards the stove… But you can always turn that into more of a wall if still concerned…

  • Debz August 11, 2018, 3:19 pm

    Love the curvy windows.

  • Marsha Cowan August 12, 2018, 12:43 am

    Oh man! This thing is soooo cool! People just keep getting more and more creative. I love it. Beautiful curves, color, design. It is lovely!

  • Sparrow August 12, 2018, 10:51 am

    This is…cute, but very bare-bones on the inside, plus a ladder to the loft (ugh). Seems a terrible layout. I love whimsical tiny houses, but I would not buy this one.

  • Jeff Stormer September 11, 2018, 11:52 am

    Liking it!
    The tweaks I’d consider: making the loft a suspended bed that drops from the ceiling onto the living room. Negates need for ladder or stairs–maybe a step stool depending on the finished height of the bed when lowered. Might need to rethink the loft windows too…

    Given the thermal efficiency of SIPs, is a stove necessary or would it too easily overheat? That could depend tremendously based on parking location, I suppose. I do love a fire–I’d have to think about replacing this stove with a glass front model, were I to install one.

    Not a fan of tubs/troughs. Shower w/ floor slanted into drain opposite door (thinking of limited mobility here).

    Normally, I really like blue, but I’d consider a deep forest green to offset the copper colored “tin” exterior metal. And match it on the interior. Or replace the interior “tin” finishes. The line between “rustic” and “rusty” gets a bit thin for my taste (which usually tends toward craftsman/zen/modern minimalist-ish).

    I appreciate that it’s not completely finished–allows me to imagine how I might personalize it.

    It’s a sweet design! Definitely on my dream sheet.

    • Eric September 11, 2018, 5:43 pm

      Jeff, sorry I disagree on the blue and copper not working… did a match of bottle green and the copper roof on a graphics programme after your comment. Wow, not a nice look at all. So, from my perspective the blue and copper is a winner.

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