Homes are often most special and spectacular when they have some sort of exciting history.
Take this renovated tiny home, for example — it wasconverted from a forgotten 1953 trailer, and was transformed into something simply stunning and still functional at the same time.
Below, we take a look at a home built by Mary and Gerhard Ringel, retired grandparents who live in Santa Cruz, CA.
They bought two century-old side-by-side streetcars, and decided to revamp the entire interior to make it a beautiful, livable home.
The color scheme they went with was full of vibrant, bohemian, beachy palettes. The kitchen and living space look completely magnificent after the renovations, and, though lacking in some of the most up-to-date amenities, are still breathtaking.
Scroll further to take a peek inside this fabulous renovated home, and let us know what you think about it in the comments below!
Mary and Gerhard Ringel, of Santa Cruz, CA, bought two retired side-by-side streetcars dating to the 1900s.
They were going to make a home out of these run-down streetcars — a great challenge that would have rather surprisingly stunning results.