Portable homes can solve a lot of problems, ranging from homelessness to environment conservation. The only problem is that people believe portable homes are too plain, crude, and low-key trailers. Horizon Cottages breaks this myth by bringing you top 7 portable homes you should consider if you’re planning to buy any.
The Old-fashioned Cabin
It’s a miniature traditional house that has a small porch on the front. It looks like the usual bungalows you see in the suburbs. You can move it easily as it’s a trailer.
This portable home is a crossover of an autorickshaw (Tuk Tuk) and a small trailer. You can eat, sleep, and work in a single capsule. The only drawback is that it doesn’t have a shower or a John.
Blob VB3 Mobile Home
The house is named blob because it looks like a big white blob. The structure is round and it features a washroom, an office, and a bedroom.
It’s the perfect combination of a greenhouse and a bedroom. The unit can be assembled easily with a screwdriver and it has space for storage as well. It lacks a bathroom.
Tiny House is a small portable ski lodge that has a kitchen, a sleeping bunk and a wood stove.
A home built from green, locally grown, and completely renewable materials can be an awesome strategy to reduce air pollution shoved in the atmosphere by construction sites. The Nest is a small portable home that’s slightly bigger than others on this list.
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