From the bloggers at Curbed.
Whenever we cover tiny houses here on Curbed, readers love to point out that these trendy micro dwellings are just glorified RVs, something that’s been around forever.
While the basic function is the same—both tiny houses on wheels and RVs offer a home on the go, usually in somewhere between 100 and 400 square feet—there are also non-trivial differences, from the overall look and feel to more specific concerns like ease of mobility (a point for the more lightweight RVs!) and extent of customization possible (a win for tiny houses!)
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