There is an emerging trend in the younger generations of today to “live small”. The idea is to sacrifice a large mortgage and larger type of home in order to spend that money traveling and/or doing things you want to do while living in a more modest home. In that spirit, this oil change Peoria services company thought it would be neat to talk about some of the types of “homes” available today for those who want to live small and also travel around in mobile homes.
That’s right, it’s the home we have all been waiting for: the Tricycle Home! Made by People’s Industrial Design Office (PIDO), picture the comfort of living in one’s own home with the convenience of going anywhere you want to go. It folds out like an accordion so it can be expanded or made compact and is lightweight enough to tug it around on a trike! PIDO even makes towable gardens that you can bring around with you, as well. According to weburbanist.com, the Tricycle Home comes with a sink, stove, bathtub, water tank and transforming furniture which are all manually powered.
This egg-like living space can be towed around behind a car like a camper and has all the essentials needed in a home from a toilet and shower to a sink and stove. According to its website, the Ecocapsule is powered through solar power, a wind turbine, and rain collection. If you have an electric car, the Ecocapsule can charge it. Go green or go live in your normal shaped home! Does the Ecocapsule intrigue you? If you’re interested, there are pre-orders are available. The first 50 will go for 79,000 Euros (approx. $84,000). Significantly cheaper than a house, it can make sense for those wishing to not have a mortgage for years to come.
Idaho Sheep Camp Wagons
It’s about to get old school up in here. This one is for the pioneer in all of us. According to choicehomewarranty.com, these beauties feature “stoves, electricity, sleeping areas, storage, and more.” The Idaho Sheep Camp Wagons are a cool nod to the past. Would you want to live in one? That’s up to you. But like their name suggests these can be used to just go on short trips for camping or other activities which could definitely be a neat experience. And don’t worry, these wagons are designed to be towable on freeways, too. But why would you do that when you can be pulled by horse?
It’s the magic...house bus? In our last feature, we have what was once an ordinary school bus now turned into a pretty unique living space. According to wpicreative.com it is a, “beautiful, 1978 International, 35' bus with custom, all-wood interior, full kitchen and living space, wood stove, and roof deck (everything but a bathroom).” This is a quality refurbishment that seems to have been done really well. Unfortunately, this puppy has already been sold. It’s still pretty neat, though.
Has this lifestyle intrigued you?These homes may not be for everyone but it’s cool to see what other people are doing and how they are choosing to live life. Need an oil change? We have oil change Peoria services so stop on by! Have fun on your mobile living adventures!