My husband and I have moved ten times during our thirteen years of marriage, and are planning to move again. Maybe we should consider the nomadic lifestyle and live in an Airstream trailer! Via Flickr.
Airstream trailer living could be very romantic. Via.
Traveling from one beach town to the next. Photo by Atlanta Bartlett whose husband Dave Coote restores vintage Airstream trailers. His intention is to transform the iconic old caravan into a home office and guest annex. Others turn them into their art studio, craft room, even a traveling clothing boutique. Curious? Go to Vintage Airstreams Re-Purposed into Creative Spaces.
Enjoying outdoor living and nature. All I need is my laptop! My husband on the other hand has a job to go to. But you never know! By Simon Brown Photography.
And what's life like inside an Airstream trailer? Pretty much what you want it to be! Meet Amelia, featured on Design Sponge. She's stylishly decorated with nautical wallpaper, porthole, coastal pillows and more.
Airstream trailer models range from very affordable to very expensive and luxurious like this one. A recent bus model, the Skydeck, even features interior stairs leading to a deck on the roof.
To see some retro interiors check out Vintage Vacations in Great Britain.
Artistic Airstream Interiors created for The Grand Daddy Hotel.
Or step into this remodeled 1959 Airstream trailer, featured on Dwell, and at Sunset.
And at Australia's Byron Bay you can rent this lovely Airstream.
And lastly, a short excerpt from the Airstream site: Airstream began with a single man and a most singular dream. The man was Wally Byam: his dream, to build the perfect travel trailer. One that would move like a stream of air. One that would be light enough to be towed by a standard automobile. One that would provide first-class living accommodations anywhere in the world. Thus, over 70 years ago was born the first Airstream trailer.
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