RV Shell Given The Tiny House Makeover


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The Watermill is an RV shell where the interior was given the tiny house treatment. Inside it doesn’t feel like a cheaply-made RV, but instead the feel you’d expect from a tiny house.

“The Watermill is 30 feet long, 288 square feet of living space.

Newly renovated travel trailer.

Brand new walls, ceiling, floor, crown moulding, base moulding, doors, EVERYTHING!!”

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  1. kenya coleman
    kenya coleman says:

    I LOVE what you have done here! The only thing I would change is the shower curtain! I love the layout and curtains. I would probably get a bigger table unless that folds out to accommodate more people. I would buy it today if I had the money!

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  2. Laura Fillebrown
    Laura Fillebrown says:

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    You've created a beautiful design and a very livable interior. But, a very important question for me: Will a smaller 6 cylinder suv (for example, I drive an Infinity ex35 suv/car) be able to tow this? I need a lower profile vehicle that is not too high to climb into. I have difficulty climbing so I can't get up into a standard truck. I don't know if towing is mostly about weight or is the height of the towing vehicle important too? I'd be willing to give up a few feet in overall length, give up the bunk area, and slightly expand the bathroom. Thanks.

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  3. Catherine Buck
    Catherine Buck says:

    I think its a very pretty tiny home you did a great job… I do have a question does this home have a slide out?? because it looks wider then the typical campers with no slide out

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