The beauty of Glamping is having all the amenities of home at your fingertips while still being immersed in nature and creating new and memorable experiences.
What if we told you that you could have all that and bring your real home with you? It may sound to good to be true, but this new trend is very real.
Recently made famous from the HGTV show Tiny House Big Living, this new form of house hunting and traveling is nothing short of Glamping.
With homes usually no bigger than 180 square feet, travel enthusiasts are able to quite literally bring their home on their next adventure.
These tiny homes are the perfect size to hitch onto a trailer or truck and are small enough to make a large impact on a vacation, or in this case a stay-cation.
It may sound impossible to live and travel in a space that’s less than 200 square feet.
But according to Jeannie Matteucci, one of HGTV’s writers, “Compact rooms can feel cluttered and overwhelming without proper organization.
Two of the best storage options for small spaces are cabinets and shelving, which provide open and closed storage for all your essentials.”
Which makes it possible for travelers and wanderlust seekers of all kinds to store items such as skis and snorkels, to rock climbing gear and maybe even a dirt bike.
These revolutionary homes make it possible for glampers to virtually go wherever they want and not only have their comforts from home, but actually have their homes with them.
These tiny living spaces offer up a large opportunity for people searching for an adventure without the price tag.
Tune in Monday nights at 9 PM on HGTV to learn where to get one of these homes and how to decorate your tiny space with all of your glamping needs in mind.
Written by: Michelle Galison
Recent graduate from the University of Utah with a degree in Mass Communications and previously the lead writer for Glamping LLC.