Today the open road takes us on a house tour that I know you have all been dying to get inside of, the vintage Airstream. I would be the first in line to see a collection of these iconic vehicles, so lets roll.
Airstream trailers are easily recognized for their distinctive rounded aluminum bodies, which originated in the 1930s from designs created by Hawley Bowlus read more.
The combination of retro and simple modern suits me just fine, surprisingly the interior feels spacious and open because of the unique Airstream body.
Love this Modern and organic Airstream interior. Simple, organized and green with a fabulous cork floor
Wow, radiant color looks like some of my color picks in Get Inspired. The metal storage compartments fit the period and add to the vintage charm.
A girly girl Airstream, fabulous. I usually find polka dots in doses like this to be annoying but here in this soft turquoise its dreamy.
Clean lines and monochromatic palette with a pop of color, always in style.
Beach Bungalow feel with vintage touches.
Gypsy Lovin, enough said.
I’ve designed apartments in New York City that had less space than this. Look around, this Airstream has it all
Time to hit the open road. I hope you enjoyed this exclusive peek inside the world of Airstream lovers and how interesting their interiors can be. If you didn’t get enough Airstream love take a look at Dwell Magazines article September 2012 “Open House” issue, they covered the renovated airstream of Austin, Texas’s Stubb’s. Happy Trails!
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