If you love the idea of living in an RV, but find them too cramped and unpleasant, this renovated RV might change your mind—in fact, it can fit all the comforts of home. Living Tiny shares photos of this ingenious and creative design that turns a small RV into 180 square feet of storage and entertaining space, with room to spare! The end result? A cozy home on wheels that any family could live in comfortably! Check out these photos and get the step-by-step renovation process at Living Tiny.
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Do you dream of hitting the open road and exploring the country? Or maybe you just want a cozy place to call home that doesn’t cost a fortune. Either way, this renovated 1970s RV might be perfect for you. With only about 180 square feet, it’s not much bigger than a studio apartment but it features all the amenities of a regular house.
What is it like living in an RV? According to Yahoo! Homes, the answer is quite simple: awesome! And they’re not alone in their enthusiasm either – Gizmodo says it has all sorts of nifty features. Like living in any other small space or tiny house, you have to get creative with storage and placement. The two-burner stove can fold up into the countertop when not in use, and there are plenty of hooks and cabinets so everything has its own designated spot.
There’s also a fridge with ice maker, bathroom with toilet and shower (plus a second closet) and surprisingly spacious sleeping loft that holds a queen size bed. It even comes fully stocked with linens, dishes, cooking utensils, pots and pans as well as bedding. All you need to do is pack your clothes! If you’re worried about privacy, don’t worry.
There’s plenty of windows to let light in and the exterior walls have been replaced with soundproofing material so it blocks out the noise from the engine. The best part? You can take your new little house anywhere! Just hook up to an external power source and head off on your next adventure!
The best features
This cozy home on wheels has everything you need and more, all in just 180 square feet. The kitchen has been renovated to include new appliances and countertops, and the living area has been expanded to create a more open and inviting space. The bathroom has been updated with a new shower and vanity, and there is even a washer and dryer included for your convenience.
This RV is the perfect size for those who want to downsize or simplify their life, and it’s also great for couples or small families who want to hit the open road. With its stylish design and comfortable feel, this home on wheels will quickly become your favorite retreat! The exterior is a sleek silver that looks as good as it feels. The RV can be towed by most any vehicle, and includes running lights, tow hitch and safety chains.
Inside you’ll find an easy-to-clean vinyl flooring throughout the main living area; perfect for those long outdoor adventures. A memory foam mattress comes standard with the RV to ensure maximum comfort during restful nights spent under the stars. If you’re looking for an affordable way to live on the go, look no further than this charming little home.
How it looks inside
The interior of the RV has been completely renovated, and it now looks cozy and inviting. The walls are a warm cream color, and the floors are a dark wood. There is a small kitchen area with a sink, stove, and fridge. The living area has a couch that folds out into a bed.
There is also a small bathroom with a shower. The whole space is bright and airy, and it feels like home. It has a lot of charm and personality, which makes it perfect for anyone who’s looking for an offbeat place to live.
Anita lives in San Francisco in an apartment building with other people her age. When she heard about this opportunity, she said I was sold. She spends most days at work during the week and travels every weekend to see her family outside of the Bay Area. This is my time away from everything, she says. It’s nice not to have all my stuff weighing me down.
If you’re looking for an affordable way to travel without worrying about carrying your things everywhere or paying for hotels or Airbnb accommodations, then this would be a great option!
What are the issues?
Whether you’re downsizing or simply want a more unique and mobile home, RVs are becoming increasingly popular. However, there are some issues to consider before making the switch. For one, RVs can be expensive, both in terms of the initial purchase price and ongoing maintenance costs. Additionally, they require a fair amount of upkeep and can be difficult to resell.
Another downside is that they’re not always the most comfortable or spacious homes, especially if you’re tall or have a lot of belongings. Finally, living in an RV full-time can be isolating, since you’re constantly on the move and may not have access to amenities like laundry facilities or a gym.
How to get there, if you want to buy one
If you’re interested in buying a cozy home on wheels of your own, there are a few things you should keep in mind. First, decide what size and type of RV you want. Then, find a reputable dealer and get a feel for the different types of RVs available. Once you’ve found the perfect RV, it’s time to negotiate the price and get the financing in order. Finally, take your new home on wheels for a test drive to make sure it’s the right fit for you.
Make an appointment with an insurance agent to ensure that you have adequate coverage before you set off on your adventure! Every once in awhile, I see people going through old RV listings and getting excited about how cute they seem – but just because something is old doesn’t mean it will be safe or even habitable. That said, if you know what you’re looking for, I hope this post has been helpful so far! Good luck finding your next (cozy) home on wheels.