WATCH: Parents And Daughter Transform 1969 Camper Into Amazing Tiny House

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Jessica Allossery is a musician from Canada and was looking for a vintage trailer to make into a tiny home. She wanted an inexpensive place to live that would allow her to travel across the country, making her music. So, Jessica found a 15-foot 1969 vintage Bailey Mikado and fell in love!

She named it Pearl and with her parent’s help, they fixed up the camper to create a livable tiny home for Jessica. It was gutted when she bought it, but luckily her parents were very helpful! Her dad is a carpenter while her mother is a craftswoman. This was the perfect family project for them.

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You have to see the incredible before and after photo

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Before and after photos of the vintage camper / The Lovely Indie Blog

So, what is Jessica’s advice to others who want to build their own tiny home camper? Develop patience and perseverance to see your project to the end. It took her a lot of both to renovate this vintage camper.

Check out more photos of the completed project

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Pearl the camper / The Lovely Indie Blog

 

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Lounge area / The Lovely Indie Blog

 

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Kitchen area / The Lovely Indie Blog

 

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Bedroom area / The Lovely Indie Blog

Now, Jessica calls Pearl her “paradise on wheels.” It looks incredible! What do you think about this vintage camper turned traveling tiny home? Would you live in something like that? Learn more about Jessica and her camper here!

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WATCH the video below where Jessica shares the finished project and learn more about Pearl and her travels:

What do you think?

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