Gypsies have a penchant for a specific look and feel to their overall style, and if you think of things that they are synonymous for (other than their colorful clothing), it would most likely be their caravan of wagons drifting from locale to locale. Located in British Columbia on the Kootenay Lake, this shingle covered wagon may look quite mobile, but it is a very stationary home with an outhouse nearby.
While a vast majority of the home’s built pieces are crafted together from recycled materials and leftover parts and pieces, there are some regular comforts that make it feel all the more like home. The roof and curvy, textured facade pieces make for an almost ‘hobbit‘ like mood. Interior spaces are all integrated with a gas range and smart storage. There is stretched canvas, a wood burning stove and plenty of pattern and eclectic gypsy sensibilities within– all of it you’ll have to see to believe in this little 160 square foot space.