A vintage bus converted into a guest house, tiny cabins, and more to fuel your Friday escape plan. Happy trails!
At a client’s request, Portland architect Will Winkelman turned this 1959 Chevrolet Viking short bus into an instant guest bedroom on wheels. Complete with plumbing and electricity, the bus is fully drivable and ready for family trips into the wilderness. Love this – reminds me of the Tonka Camper. (via remodelista)
Situated on 40 remote acres in California, this sleeping cabin was built entirely out of reclaimed materials by Victor Summers of Simple Shelter Texas. He also built a second structure (used as a meditation room) and a pump house made to look like a cabin.
This little cabin is built on a small utility trailer so you can take it with you wherever you go. Need proof that it’s actually livable? Designer Jay Shafer lived in one for a year before selling it to another couple. Plans for this home and more are available at Tumbleweed Tiny House.