Woman transformed an old caravan into a perfect nest to spend her old days.

It has everything she needs and even more!

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Since the age of 12, Michelle J. Boyle has been dreaming of having a little refuge just for herself. Her dream started when she saw an abandoned tiny house near her parent's home, and since then she's been sketching floor plans!

Today, she finally realized her dream: she has her own tiny house. 'My Tiny Empty Nest' is the nickname she gave to her lovely tiny house that she spent fifteen months to renovate. Now, she has her own little refuge that she plans on spending her old days in. 

On her blog, My Tiny Empty Nest, Michelle writes a letter to her tiny house and it is quite touching. We must admit, the interior is absolutely beautiful!

However, it was only possible with Michelle's hard work. She spent lots of money and energy to make the result as close as possible to her dreams.

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This tiny houses means a lot to her: once the children are gone, she will need a warm and welcoming place to be free from stress.

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The house contains everything one needs and even more.

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She calls it her happy place and we can totally see why!

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It is fully functional and has lots of storage space for such a small place.

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There is even "stairs" that leads to the mezzanine where there is a relaxing and very comfortable bedroom. 

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The bathroom is in a separated area and even has a shower.

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We hope Michelle can finally enjoy her tiny house and fulfill her dream. 

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You can see more of her adventures on her blog My Tiny Empty Nest.

What do you think of her tiny house? Would you also like to retire in a smaller place?