Trillium Caravan One of Jim Toplin’s many traditional caravans. This one has traditional vardo styling. Posted bytiny house listings May 18, 2015 in Posted in caravan 15 Pages: 1 2
Adorable. But not very useful other than a spare room.
Absolutely charming. Love the tons of light and the cute window. Not much space, but it doesn’t take away from the charm.
Gorgeous. I love vardos. I have a ‘brush’ vardo of my own sitting outside my kitchen window, but nothing as lavish and beautiful as this. I’m only sorry we aren’t still using horses for transportation. It would be better on the environment if we were. It’s good to see that there are those craftsmen who are preserving the vardo for posterity; they are a charming piece of history (even though one of my Roma friends says it was terrible to live in with his whole family as a child). Still, for camping, this makes it more like glamping! 😉
As Lisa E. said, this would be great for camping. I love it! Is there a furnace in it? There’s a stove pipe, so I’m assuming that there is.
where’s the stove (I see a stove-pipe…_)
that’s my question also – saw a meal – where did they cook the food in the pic???
Hi Eliza, you can see a photo of the wood/coal stove at http://www.trilliumcaravan.com/tour/
I would definitely get one if I could!! To go camping in this would be the greatest!!
This home reminds me of the horse drawn caravans you can rent in Ireland for ‘camping’ trips. http://www.irishhorsedrawncaravans.com/
Without a doubt the most artistic tiny home I have ever seen. It’s so romantic!! Reminds me of a little gypsy caravan.
I truly love this caravan! I could travel if I had one of these! I don’t think I would stop, I’d just keep going! I think the maker of this beautiful caravan is very creative and added a lot of charm to it! Thanks for sharing!
cute but not for living in, it’s not very practical with no bathroom or kitchen, it’s just a hangout. and then I scrolled all the way down to the last pic– GORGEOUS!! i love it. sad it’s not for living.