The Caboose-Inspired Tiny Home Is As Cute As It Is Unique
I’ve seen some pretty cool tiny homes, but this one might just take the cake. This beautiful tiny home built by North Park Homes & Cabins of Minocqua, Wisconsin was made to resemble an old train caboose, and the inside is just as impressive as the exterior.
The visionary and owner of this caboose tiny home is a retired railway engineer who built the tiny home with plans of filling it with railroading memorabilia he had collected over the years. As with traditional railway cars, this tiny home features two entrances: one on either end of the caboose.
Art deco style windows appear throughout the tiny home, and are reminiscent of the ones you would find in a train station back in the day. Wood walls, beautiful wainscotting, and pressed tin ceilings are just some of the many unique design features present in the tiny home. Another notable unique aspect of this home? For such a tiny space, it even features a railway car-inspired hallway.
There’s even a small staircase leading up to the loft-style sleeping quarters. There are also art deco style ceiling lamps throughout the tiny home, which you could definitely picture seeing in an old fashioned railway car. Every aspect of this house is beautiful and thoughtful, from the expert craftsmanship to the decor choices. It’s rare to see a home (let alone a tiny home) that so accurately reflects the person who lives there, but this one does exactly that.