1. RV Trailer

You can't tell just by looking at it, but this cozy cabin is really a modified RV trailer (or as we say in the South, a 'fifth wheel." Don't like the neighbors? Just batten down the hatches and move on down the road.

2. Dumpster

From the outside it looks like the last place you'd want to spend the night. But the inside, converted by artist Gregory Kloehn, sports all the comforts of home.

3. Airplane

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Rescued from a jungle junkyard, this 1965 Boeing aircraft is now a luxurious hotel full of hand-carved Indonesian teak furniture and monkeys for neighbors.

4. Ship

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Built by the Ford Motor Company in the early 1920s, this massive transport ship was lugged up a steep riverbank to become a bed and breakfast, and later, a private home.

7. Grain Silo

These two corrugated metal grain silos in Utah have been converted into the ultimate bachelor pad overlooking the Provo River.

8. Fire Tower

When Bick and Bonnie Smith purchased 10 acres in Montana, they decided to forgo new construction and converted the existing fire tower instead. The forest service still uses it as a lookout during fire season, and the Smith's allow community groups to hold meetings there.

9. School Bus

Kelly and her partner Chris converted a 1991 Ford Thomas school bus into a big-little house on wheels and now happily live wherever they want.

10. Shipping Container

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By now you've probably seen lots of converted shipping containers, but look at the green roof on this one!

15. VW Bus

Lots of people take road trips in old VW buses. It takes a couple called The Dangerz to convert it into an awesome second home like this.

16. School

Built in the early 1900s, Buffalo’s Alternative High School was used for learning until 2004. Then it became these epic loft spaces.

17. Train Cars

This adorable German couple met on a train, and their first vacation was a four-day train ride from Berlin to Kazakhstan. So it only makes sense that they would turn train cars into their own comfy home.

19. Antique Fire Truck

This 1956 this Scottish fire truck was restored and turned into a guest space — with a tiny kitchen and a wood-burning stove!

20. Bike Trailer

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Complete with faux wood siding, simple windows and basic door, this bike trailer RV designed by Kevin Cyr is an almost perfect miniature replica of the real thing: no truck required.

23. Airplane Hangar

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This unique home/workplace/hangar was created as the model for Santa Paula Airpark, a fly-in community.

24. Gasometers

These cavernous gasometers (gas tanks) formed the heart of Europe’s largest gas plant back in the 1800s. Now? World's coolest apartment community.

25. WWII Bunker

UK resident Elizabeth Sutton converted a derelict military bunker into an underground oasis. No windows, but also, no noise.

26. Cement Factory

Ricardo Bofill rescued this cement factory in Barcelona, Spain from near ruin. Now 30 silos, multiple buildings and towering ceilings are home to Bofill's residence, headquarters of his business, and an exhibition hall.

28. Taxi Cab

When the Olympics came to town in 2012, London cabbie David Weekes converted his Hackney Carriage into the 'Relax-A-Taxi'. For $75 a night, visitors frustrated by the city's packed hotels could sleep in the cab's backseat, which was outfitted with a memory foam mattress, bedside lamp, curtains, solar powered radio, iPad and portable fridge.

29. Gas Station

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Built to be a gas station Bayou neighborhood of New Orleans, this 1918 building was a furniture-building shop and jewelry-making studio before being remade into a residence (that you can rent on Airbnb!).

30. Redwood Log

The One-Log House was literally hollowed out of a single redwood tree back in 1946. This 32 foot-long section alone weighed 42 tons. It is estimated that the tree was 2100 years old.

31. Wine Cask

If you're ever lucky enough to be visiting The Hotel de Vrouwe van Stavoren in the Netherlands, be sure to request one of the wine cask rooms. That's right: four of the rooms are located inside repurposed 14,500 litre wine casks.