This Is No Ordinary Travel Trailer. Come See The Stunning Transformation!

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Are you a tiny house enthusiast? Tiny homes are becoming increasingly popular in today’s busy and hectic society.

People are finding they need to declutter and downsize because of both financial reasons and the need to create peace out of chaos. We can get so consumed with technology and material items that sometimes we just need to shut down that world and get back to nature.

Tiny homes are not only cost-effective, but they help you reduce clutter and material items you don’t necessarily need. Take a look at this travel trailer that was transformed into a gorgeous tiny home.

It’s called the Kirkwood Tiny House and features appliances, insulation, french doors, furniture and more. Plus the interior is so charming and tastefully designed!

The entire exterior and interior have been totally renovated so that this travel trailer resembles a real home. Take a look at the images below to learn more!

This is the amazing Kirkwood Tiny House on wheels:

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Built from a mere travel trailer:

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This 2004 Fleetwood Prowler has undergone several renovations:

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It even makes use of the trailer slide-outs:

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An upper level and small patio make this really unique:

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Look at this gorgeous french door and the planter boxes:

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The interior is beautifully designed with ample space and plenty of light:

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Here’s another view of one of the french doors:

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The kitchen nook makes great use of space:

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Look how bright and airy the interior is:

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There’s even a ladder to an upstairs loft:

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A glass floor to peek out of:

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This could be used for extra storage or a play area for young ones:

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It’s all the small touches that truly make a home:

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Shelves everywhere make great use of wall space:

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This freezer box is even concealed beneath a lift-up counter:

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A touch of green to bring it all together:

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This entrance area displays a built-in window in the slide-out:

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And transforms into the bedroom at night:

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A Murphy bed makes the most sense in small spaces:

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Comfortable and spacious living room area:

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Kitchen organization at it’s best:

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Check out how spacious and functional this is:

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Hanging pots and pans and spices on the wall save even more space:

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The bathroom vanity offers plenty of shelving and drawers:

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Equipped with a full shower and bath:

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Smart use of every single nook and cranny:

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Imagine living in this tiny home that used to be a travel trailer:

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