A bit dramatic for a tiny house but above the bed would be awesome While it looks like a greenhouse, this coastal home in California, built by Mickey Muennig, has a removable window which helps keep the place cool.
This vardo resembles Romani-style wagons with its ornate detail and decoration. Tim Lawson, who created it, co-founded the Port Townsend School of Woodworking in Washington state, which offers a class on gypsy-wagon building.
How to Build a Gypsy Caravan from Recycled Materials. Have you ever dreamed of creating a small sanctuary in the woods? Rachel Ross explains how you can build a relatively inexpensive Gypsy caravan from recycled materials.
Cottage… Striking Victorian-era jewel in the lowlands of Scotland, near Edinburgh. This architectural gem has been well maintained over the years – complete with beautifully cultivated cottage gardens.
Jeff Shelden, an architect and son of a forest ranger, modeled the design of his Montana cabin after a forest service lookout tower. To build the cabin he used wood from an old train trestle, local stone, and reclaimed steel from a nearby farm.