Vincent the House Truck by HouseBox. On May 11, 2017 This is Vincent the House Truck by HouseBox in Southwest England.
It was built for a customer, Imogen, who shared a testimony on the HouseBox website: I love my truck conversion – there’s so much attention to detail & it’s really tailor made, from the snake tank for my corn snake to the fox door-knocker. I was consulted throughout the whole process & really enjoyed being able to pick out the exact look i wanted, from the hinges to the brass kitchen sink. I’ve never loved living anywhere as much as my House-Box & have had so many compliments on it – a security man at Glastonbury Festival called it the prettiest truck he’d ever seen!
Evan's DIY Conversion Van Tiny Home. On June 30, 2016 This is Evan Jordan’s DIY conversion van tiny home.
He bought the van on Craigslist, and spent 4 months of nights and weekends converting it after work. This is one of the best van conversions I’ve seen. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Wothahellizat Mk2 DIY Expedition Motorhome. Posted Categories: Mobility The "Wothahellizat" Mk2 is a 38-year-old army truck.
Rob and Chris bought the truck in 1997 and spent three years turning it into Australia's largest and weirdest off-road motor home (The wothahellizat Mk)1. Then in 2007/8 they rebuild it into a this smaller version The Wothahellizat Mk2. It's from the deck of this vehicle (yes a patio folds out from the back) that most of this diary is written, a 14-tonne editor's desk! Wothahellizat is fully self contained with enough food and water storage to spend weeks in the bush. It's six-wheel-drive with good clearances, so quite able to handle the rough stuff. Rob Gray (AKA the GRAYnomad) spent the 80s and most of the 90s as a mild-mannered computer nerd, and now, in the naughties, has returned to photography.
In 1997, while on a camping trip to Frazer Island and Carnarvon Gorge, Rob, and his wife Chris, decided that they were sick of computing and that a change was in order. Tiny House Bus with Stained Glass. It’s been a while since I’ve posted on van dwelling and this tiny house bus hits the spot just right with its wood accents and beautiful stained glass features.
It was obviously highly customized by its owner and used heavily for traveling as a lifestyle. According to this forum post, it was built back in 1995. Bedford Bus to Tiny House Conversion. On August 10, 2013 I love all type of creative and innovative designs and when I ran into this awesome bus from New Zealand I just had to share it with you.
First off, it has just about everything you need including a very spacious kitchen which I think they designed wonderfully. It has a modern design with a real taste of New Zealand in it, the pictures really make me want to be inside and it looks like the furniture/appliances give an awesome vibe to it. It Looked Like An Old Van, But The Smoke Stack Made Me Curious... I'm Glad I Saw Inside! Here at LittleThings, we see our fair share of mobile tiny houses.
We have featured an impressive assortment of tiny houses on wheels including Airstreams, Winnebago’s, buses, trucks, boats, and adorably petite abodes equipped with four spinning tires. We’ve even seen an impressive camper with walls that fold out, expanding the square-footage by a significant amount. Yet, we have never seen a tiny home-on-the-go like this interesting van. Ford Flophouse Tiny House on a Truck.
On February 15, 2016 This is a Ford flophouse tiny house on a truck which gives us a whole new idea of tiny homes on wheels.
Outside, you’ll notice it looks like a very standard tiny home, complete with pine shingles, white trim, an American flag, and a beautiful red door. What makes it unique? Man Converts School Bus into a DIY Motorhome. On February 13, 2016 This is one man’s fantastic school bus-turned-DIY-motorhome.
From the outside, you can see vestiges of the house’s former life as a vehicle for transporting students, but the exterior of the bus has been painted burgundy. The body of the van has been enveloped in wood-siding to give a more “house-like” look and feel. The coolest part of this bus transformation? A home on wheels: 15 converted buses we love. Inside the 1978 Bluebird Bus.
Photo: Ralph Barrera As property prices soar around the globe, people are being forced to think outside the square when it comes to where they live. Tiny houses are becoming increasingly popular, and a new sub-category of this movement is gaining popularity: the converted bus. Generally speaking, Australians are yet to embrace the converted bus option. Global XRS 7200 Expedition Motorhome. On October 27, 2015 This is the Global XRS 7200 Expedition Motorhome by Action Mobil.
It’s a 6×6 all-wheel drive motorhome that’s ready for just about any terrain. From the home front: Tiny homes that move, including John Labovitz's housetruck, Escargot pedal-powered houseboat, sailboat, firetruck. View full sizeCopyright 2010 Jim WigginsJohn Labovitz's housetruck is built on a Isuzu NPR truck. Housetruck: Owner-built tiny houses on wheels come in all forms. Some begin life as flat trailers, with the home to be built on top. In others, the starting point is a truck. I've Found Us A House! Try Out Tiny Living in the Liberation Tiny Home on Wheels. On September 10, 2015 This is a 20′ modern Liberation tiny home on wheels built by Liberation Tiny Homes. Inside you’ll find a living area, sleeping loft, kitchen, bar, and a bathroom with a wet bath. The loft offers a queen bed with storage nooks and the kitchen has everything you need to make yourself at home.
If you’ve been wanting to rent a tiny home before making any major commitments, you can stay here and try out tiny living in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Please enjoy, learn more and re-share below. Images © Liberation Tiny Homes Related: 200 Sq. Resources Related: Modern and Minimalist Kanga Tiny House in Austin, TX You can send this tiny home to your friends for free using the social media and e-mail share buttons below. Robinson DragonFly Tiny House Design. On October 21, 2015 This is the Robinson DragonFly Tiny House design by RobinsonPlans.com. It’s design to be built on a trailer and features a fold down porch for when you’re parked on site. Inside you’ll find a living area with a sofa bed, full kitchen with pull-out dining table, bathroom, and an upstairs sleeping loft accessible by a slide-out staircase. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you! Images © RobinsonPlans.com.
Amazing Tiny House on Wheels: Truck Converted Into Gorgeous Solar Powered Off Grid Home. Students Convert Short Bus into 160 Sq. Ft. DIY Motorhome. On September 28, 2015 This 1988 Ford Econoline 350 Short Bus Conversion is a guest post by Lacey Leonard My name is Lacey Leonard and I am an undergraduate Sculpture Student. Man converts truck into solar-powered home. Living in a truck might not sound appealing, unless it's completely overhauled on the inside to be a bit more comfortable. With a bit of perseverance, carpentry skills and some thoughtful design ideas, fifty-year-old Israeli animator Joseph Tayyar converted a truck into beautiful home. According to Decoist, Tayyar was inspired to begin his project when he saw a television program about homes on wheels. Determined to enjoy the same kind of flexibility, Tayyar spent years fine-tuning his dream: converting a 11.5-meter (38-foot) truck into a real home. © Ilan Nachum. Vintage Airstream Design Plans. From Rusty Van To Cozy Home - The Van Converstion Is Finally Complete!
Truck Transformed Into Amazing Solar Powered Off Grid Home. Man Converts 1948 Chevy Bus into Tiny Home. Unicat TerraCross Off Road House-Truck Tiny Home. I’m so excited to share UNICAT’s TerraCross off road motorhome tiny home. If you’re the adventurous type, this might be the ultimate living vehicle for traveling and exploring.
Inside you’ll find a kitchen, living area, corner office, loads of storage, bathroom, multifunctional areas, and even a cozy sleeping loft. Please enjoy and re-share below. Thank you. The Rose: 272 Sq. Ft. Housetruck For Sale. The Transforming Castle Truck. Two Housetruck Tiny Homes That Will Amaze You. Wonderful Tiny House Truck - Living Big in a Tiny House. Enchanted Gypsy. The Caboose Housetruck. Tonke Fieldsleeper 2. Rolling Bed. A vintage 203 truck converted into a “rolling bed” with a mini fridge and wired for current in Ardèche France. Owned by Les Roulettes Du Travers. From Raggedy School Bus to Rustic Cabin on Wheels.
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