A Log Cabin on Wheels - Before
When it comes to vintage travel trailers, plenty of people think first of the Airstream. With their distinctive, rounded-aluminum body, Airstream are bona fide American classics. In fact, in business since the 1930s, Airstream was the only travel-trailer company to survive the Depression. Blaine and Mackenzie, of The Local Branch, started with this vintage-but-depressingly-derelict interior and ended up with...
A Log Cabin on Wheels - After
... a work of art. They rolled the whole interior with crisp white paint and built new cabinets and work surfaces from reclaimed redwood. Then the pair outfitted the Airstream with decorative items collected on their cross-country travels. The result is a spectacular "mobile workshop" that serves as their home and studio while they explore the country.
Cacti and Kitsch - Before
For Sleep and Study - Before
For Sleep and Study - After
Extra Comfortable - Before
Extra Comfortable - After
... a plush daybed, fresh flooring, a cabinet makeover, and a massive storage overhaul. Now the couple can live simply and snugly in their roving retreat.
Very Vintage - Before
Very Vintage - After
... beautiful kids as they travel the country working and living a life of adventure and purpose. The couple replaced all the furniture with vintage favorites, and installed wood countertops and a washer/dryer combo. Add efficiently maximized storage to that list of amenities, and the family is ready for the ultimate traveling life—family style.
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