This Compact Trailer Triples In Size When The Walls Come Down

It’s a movement that seems to be getting favored by many across the world. People are ditching their high mortgages, oversized homes, and ridiculous bills. People are taking it one step further and the love for unique, fun and tiny homes are a thing of the future. We have seen homes that offer less than 200 square feet with a fully functioning kitchen. Homes that are on wheels so travelers can enjoy. When I saw the following home, I was floored. It has so many versatile features that it can accommodate an entire family.

This Compact Trailer Triples In Size When The Walls Come Down

At first glance, it looks like a typical camper.

This Compact Trailer Triples In Size When The Walls Come Down

But let me be the first to tell you, it is so much more.

This Compact Trailer Triples In Size When The Walls Come Down

With the unique pop out design, the floor space can be tripled.

This Compact Trailer Triples In Size When The Walls Come Down

There are many options for the walls like this modern glass look.

This Compact Trailer Triples In Size When The Walls Come Down

Which allows you a screened-in front porch. 

This Compact Trailer Triples In Size When The Walls Come Down

You can also take one pop out and turn it into a bedroom with enough bedding to sleep 4.

This Compact Trailer Triples In Size When The Walls Come Down

The inside boasts a very sleek modern design.

This Compact Trailer Triples In Size When The Walls Come Down

Oh, and don’t worry it has a fully functioning kitchen.

This Compact Trailer Triples In Size When The Walls Come Down

And upgraded stainless steel appliances too.

This Compact Trailer Triples In Size When The Walls Come Down

You can do so many things with this trailer, like an open porch.

This Compact Trailer Triples In Size When The Walls Come Down

Or even a glassed in option.

This Compact Trailer Triples In Size When The Walls Come Down

Taking a look at the floor plan you realize just how versatile this trailer is.

This Compact Trailer Triples In Size When The Walls Come Down

This design first came out in 1985 by designer Eduard Bohtlingk and has won several awards since including the Public Prize at the Rotterdam Design Prize 1996. Are you ready to take part in the tiny home movement? I know I am.

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