These awesome trailers, mobile homes and tiny houses will inspire some serious wanderlust. For many millennials, owning a home seems out of reach. However, mobile homes are a cheaper alternative to owning your own brick-and-mortar house. Plus, if you hate your neighbors, you can just hitch your house and tow it someplace else. Furthermore, they require a lot less maintenance than a traditional house. This is one reason why mobile homes are also popular with senior citizens who want their independence but find it difficult to maintain upkeep on an entire house. While you can't move all of these "trailer" homes, they're so cool you won't want to leave.
The interior of this trailer home has a sleek, modern look. It's a far cry from the wood paneling of the '70s.
This trailer from Clayton Homes is a trademark of their signature style. You may not be able to hitch it to your car, but with a house this cool, who would want to leave?
Another one from Clayton Homes, these architectural gems are anything but trailer trash.
Just because you have limited space doesn't mean your creativity has to be. Look how darling this little kitchen is!
You'll be the envy of the whole trailer park in this mansion on wheels! Butler not included.
With so many trailers that are more like mini homes, this one reminds us why trailers are so cool in the first place.
This trailer was painted by Lynn Bradford of Hamilton, Texas.
Pretty in Pink
A trailer this divine could only belong to a true diva. Or a mom who needs a little peace and quiet.
Not only does this trailer look cool, it folds up like an accordion for easy travel. This takes camping to the next level.
Ain't Your Mama's Trailer
You would never guess this modern and simple house is a trailer. Dog not included.
Jacuzzi on Wheels
Who needs a bathtub when you can have a hot tub? (Or a kitchen or a bedroom?)
Who wouldn't want to sit in this comfy trailer and watch the world go by? It has everything you need: comfy seating, wine and a cheese plate.
Home on the Blocks
We love the exterior of this mobile home, especially the little shady porch. Plus it's made to move!
Modern lighting fixtures and minimalist design make this trailer feel more like a house.
With a sleek wood exterior and efficient design, this trailer goes beyond function; it's a work of art.
This little storefront trailer proves you can do big business in a small space.
The covered porch is just one of the small touches that makes this trailer seem bigger than it is.
Rainbow Meet the Road
This gorgeous trailer proves that a little bit of color goes a long way. We love all the plants as well.
Turquoise and Tiny
We love this beautifully restored vintage trailer so much we have to show you the inside...
This trailer was lovingly restored to its former glory, with some modern touches thrown in. They make great use of the space and the colors are vibrant.
In most trailers, the kitchen is a microwave. But this mobile home boasts a full stove and refrigerator, and it couldn't be cuter.