Beautiful Wagon Style Tiny House Built with Reclaimed Materials

This tiny house was originally built to be a canvas-covered bow top wagon but was recently renovated to add insulation in the round as well as a metal roof. The woodwork in this is absolutely stunning, with a standing desk, a curved kitchen counter, a sofa that converts to a bed, handmade windows, and an dutch door.

Caravans like this can be quite dark since it’s difficult to have windows in a canvas cover. This is another reason why Nick modified the original to have solid so that he could add dormers for extra light. The house has simple systems: it is heated with an antique wood stove, it’s powered with a 110-volt panel, and water comes from a hose that can be hooked to the kitchen sink on the outside.

Thanks for watching!

Mat & Danielle



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Editing Credits:
Mat and Danielle of Exploring Alternatives

Filming Credits:
Alex Harris

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  1. The only thing I would like to see is a little bit bigger or more drop down table that went out into the area so you could have more seating for dining if you happen to have a few guests because those drop down tables are wonderful for that because they disappear

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  3. Wow, that’s absolutely beautiful. Affordable to heat, light and airy, and with everything in it you could possibly need. Gorgeous woodworking too.

  4. Theres no concept of proper washrooms / toilets in tiny homes.. because u dont offer prayer so no concept of keeping yourself clean.. yea..

  5. So very beautiful. I keep watching these, and even if the space becomes smaller in some videos…. I absolutely love them. I wish I could do this. I really do. I’m 65 now. I don’t have the capability in terms of building, but I know I could adjust myself to living in something like this. In fact, I would have to expand my life (and my thoughts) to live in such a beautiful place. Not sure how to contact you. Not sure if I could really do it. But I’d love to hear more.

  6. What a beautiful home you have made, Congratulations on building your own business. My husband and I just loved going to Salt-spring every summer. πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦

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