Annabel and Dan are two performers who have spent years on the road jumping from place to place. While trying to add a bit more constant to their hectic lifestyles, this Colorado couple was on the quest to find a unique tiny home. Their goal was to create a guest house that offered visitors a comforting yet unique experience.
When they found a World War II train car at a junkyard in Nebraska, they knew it was the ideal addition.
We have to hand it to them, a World War II train car is about as a unique experience as one can have. After a bit of time and effort, their quest house conversion is complete.
Luckily for us, we’re getting the grand tour of the final product.
The train conversion is nestled between spectacular garden areas, so visitors can have an all-around tranquil experience during their stay in the tiny home.
The couple didn’t have to sacrifice any function for beauty with this home conversion.
Packed into this old train car is everything anyone would ever need.
They were able to fill their tiny home with a full bathroom, dining table, and kitchen, and the results are stunning.
Dan and Annabel even added an addition to the roof. Now, during those hot summer months, they get plenty of air circulation. Not to mention, it floods the home with lots of natural light.
Since the home is in Colorado, the couple was careful to add a door to the installation, so no heat will escape during the cold winters. They truly have thought of everything.
In addition to functionality, the roof space gives impeccable views of the forest and sky.
If you thought the outside was extraordinary, the inside will blow you away.
While hoping to keep the historical aspects of the train car, the couple decided to enhance some of the car’s original features. The home is filled with hanging lights and plenty of plants, in order to achieve a greenhouse vibe.
The dining room was inspired by a traditional train car dining experience, full of sconces and plush chairs.
The kitchen is fully equipped with a fridge, toaster oven, and double sink.
Dan explains that to make the tiny home truly functional, he wanted to have all of the normal appliances instead of a heap of smaller things that would appear cramped and cluttered.
In regards to wanting the home to be fully functional, Dan and Annabel made it their mission to have a full bathroom, complete with a sink and tub.
And while the bathroom is fully functional, it’s also beautiful.
The bathroom is covered in exquisite tiles, and there’s also a fan to ensure constant ventilation. The best part? It even has its own fireplace.
Annabel explains that the bathtub and fireplace make the bathroom ideal for relaxation.
This tiny home looks like a full-on weekend getaway spot. Nestled amongst the trees, any visitor is sure to have a serene experience.
Check out this extraordinary WWII train car conversion in the video below!
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