Sometimes, the best things in life come in small packages.
Remember when we showed you the couple who built a microhome for the ultimate American road trip?
Well, in addition to building a downsized dwelling from scratch, you can also refurbish a trailer into one of these adorable little homes.
Recently, one guy from Oregon, Ron Rusnak, transformed an old trailer into a tiny, 200-square-foot guest house.
This microhome proves with a little imagination and elbow grease, you can pretty much build anything your heart desires.
Ron Rusnak bought an old trailer...
...and turned it into an amazing microhome that sold for $36,500 on Craigslist.
His repurposed trailer is fully insulated and features an adorable facade.
The inside of this small structure is just as impressive as the exterior.
Despite its lack of space, this little home has all the essentials.
There's a sleeping loft on the "top floor."
The kitchen is complete with a fridge and a sink...
...and even has a small stove and oven.
The living room has built-in storage and a colorful painting that packs some style into these confined quarters.
Plus, there's also a bathroom with a 32-inch shower.
To make this cozy home seem more spacious, Rusnak outfitted the trailer with lots of little windows and glazed doors to allow as much natural sunlight as possible into the home.
Citations: Man rebuilds salvaged trailer into 200 sq. ft. tiny home, sells it on Craiglist (TreeHugger)