Nicole Jewell

The Durango Tiny House on Wheels is a Minimalist Traveler's Dream Come True

by , 01/29/14

Durango Tiny House, Durango, Colorado, architecture, tiny homes, minimalist homes, tiny transportable homes, reclaimed materials, energy efficiency,

The Durango comes with all of the traditional home basics as well as many one-of-a kind features such as the light fixtures made of reclaimed wood. The kitchen galley is equipped with a two well sink, a dual burner stove and a number of storage shelves. Hot water for the kitchen is heated by a propane tank. The bathroom located at the back of the trailer has a 32″ shower, small custom sink and room for a toilet should one wish to install one.

Extra storage and office space can be found under the stairs leading up to the loft area, which has space for a double sized mattress. For temperature control, the tiny home has been fully sealed and insulated with 3 1/2″ EPS foam and Low E double pane vinyl windows. Perfect for nature lovers looking to kick back and enjoy the surrounding landscape, the Durango has a folding porch and shade awning. We’re ready to head to the Rockies – how about you?

Via Tiny House Swoon

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  1. InspectorJay January 29, 2014 at 12:22 pm

    I really love this. I did a very mini version of this by converting a 1976 Scamp into a Gypsy trailer.

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