Who Says a Camper Can’t Have a Wrap-Around Porch?
In many ways, tiny house living can be quite the luxury — lower bills, less clutter, and the freedom to pick up and go whenever and wherever you’d like (if you’ve got wheels, that is). But tiny cabins, trailers, and campers are still, well, tiny. And you might have to sacrifice a home’s more charming design elements or historic details to live in one.
Or if you’re artist Lynne Bradford, find the perfect way to get the best of both worlds. She turned a client’s tiny trailer (which we spotted on Hometalk) into a Victorian painted lady, all with a skilled flick of her paint brush.