Living within a small footprint isn’t for everyone, but one family has transformed a trailer, taking tiny style to a new level.
The renovated Keystone Fuzion 416 is home to Autumn Bailey (also known as Asphalt Gypsy on Instagram), her husband and two sons.
Featuring a distinct boho style, the tiny home includes a parent’s retreat, kitchen, bathroom and children’s bedroom.
“I love our space as a whole,” writes Autumn on her Instagram account.
“It was the little things we added here and there that constantly make it feel like more of a sticks and bricks home instead of a trailer.”
The attention to detail is evident throughout the carefully curated home, with hammered copper door knobs, an illustrated door and a plethora of indoor plants.
“I fall in love with a space as a whole before I start noticing little things here and there that really bring the whole thing together,” Autumn says.
“Renovating our trailer really pushed me out of my comfort zone and forced me to focus on the smaller scale of things, which actually made the whole thing a lot easier.”
This article originally appeared on Better Homes and Gardens.
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