The gypsy micro caravan I showed you earlier is a bit too small for full time living but this one seems spacious enough to actually live a simple life in much like a tiny house on wheels or on a foundation. I could see myself living in something like this if it’s just me or even Andrea and I but it’s definitely too small IMO to have a family in. In that case I’d change it up towards a small house around 800 sq. ft. or so.
See more photos and get more info on this spacious caravan in France over at Airbnb.
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This gypsy caravan isn’t really completely set up for full time living. At least not for me. But it does offer you a queen bed, mini-fridge, tea & coffee and separate bathroom/toilet. I think it’s great as a micro guesthouse or cabin to have in the backyard of your current home. It can also double as a getaway. At home away from home sort of thing. If I wanted to make it a little more permanent I’d probably build another one right beside it to use as the shower, bathroom and kitchen facilities. Then one more as a really tiny office space where I can work, write, read and study. How about you?
More info and photos of this romantic gypsy caravan getaway in New Zealand right here.
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I really love these Gypsy Bowtop Caravan designs especially the interior of the one above with the bunk bed which is awesome to have when traveling with family/friends or even just as a backyard retreat/getaway with the option to vacation in.
The man behind these awesome portable caravans is Greg and here’s what he has to say about them:
“I make, sell and hire new gypsy caravans built of quality seasoned pine surrounded by insulated and waterproofed tarpaulin which is tightly tensioned around a poplar tunnel. They are built on brand new Alko caravan chassis. Alko provides 80% of the worlds caravan chassis and they are very light and fully braked. The bowtop wagon provides a spacious, fully mobile, easily towable, very stable and head turning wagon.” -Greg
You can find out about these unique bowtop caravans here.
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We built our first portable stage in 2006 for our family band. It has since evolved into a stage rental business. We now have two stages and another wagon that serves as a sound mixing booth and recording studio in conjunction with the big stage. We are currently designing and building #4. These are 80 to 90% recycled materials.Their only purpose is to bring people together for live music and good times. We hope to eventually have building plans available.
Here’s a modern day gypsy wagon built on wheels that you can rent in Seattle, WA. I like how it has the built in front porch over the tongue of the trailer similar to this tiny house.
This would be the perfect place to stay if you’re thinking about attending one of Tumbleweed’s upcoming workshops in Seattle (not a hands on workshop though but still a great chance to get together and meet with other like minded people).
This looks like the perfect place to get some rest after a long day of exploring the town or attending a workshop.
For more pics and info on how to book your own stay click here.