Thanks to the tiny home revolution, we’ve seen our fair share of stylish little houses on wheels. Some have fully-equipped kitchens and rooftop patios, others have been converted from old 1960s trailers. However, this home has something that most travel trailers don’t: two separate sleeping areas.
Designed by the South Carolina-based Driftwood Homes, the Indigo features a spacious loft bedroom and a ground floor Murphy bed that converts into a desk. These two sleeping quarters means that the Indigo could be perfect for a family road trip, offering just enough privacy and space to prevent sibling squabbles. The Indigo also has a large kitchen complete with a stainless steel fridge, four-burner propane stove and oven, and a modern bathroom. When you’re not roving cross-country, Indigo makes an excellent semi-permanent guesthouse too.