The ESCAPE Traveler is an RV and a tiny home with all the comforts of a full-size home and possibilities of a movable home. With cedar siding and a sleek design, the home is as beautiful as it is functional.
While the Nomad’s Nest model from Wind River Tiny Homes will go just about anywhere you like, it is designed to stay put, not be pulled like an RV. However, should you decide to pull up stakes, this home can be toted to a new location whenever you like.
Tumbleweed’s Elm features a custom arched window above the door reminiscent of an old-fashioned train caboose. The full porch and lancet window give this exterior design the charm and elegance that started it all.
The Wohnwagon hails from Austria and is constructed from natural, recycled and a few new materials. The exterior is covered in naturally waterproof larch wood, which is known for its durability and attractiveness.
We love the Wheelhaus Wedge exterior for its marriage of rustic and modern design elements. High trapezoidal windows on the sides ensure privacy, while the mostly glass front floods the Wedge with natural light.
This house on wheels packs a lot into approximately 144 square feet of rolling fun. It was designed by Matthew Swett of Taproot Architects and built by JADE Craftsman Builders in Washington State. It has a sleeping loft and a full kitchen.
German company NomadHome is changing the housing landscape in several parts of Europe including the Czech Republic and Austria. This model featured is modern, hip and makes quite the statement in its surroundings.