The pet-friendly space includes a cook’s kitchen, a spa-like bath, and even an outdoor deck.
When a solo adventurer was ready for life on the open road with her cat and dog in tow, she turned to Innovative Spaces to help source, design, and build out her new home on wheels. Through their network of Airstream pickers, the mobile home design-build firm found a 1973 Airstream Tradewind.
“The condition of these vintage trailers rarely matters for our projects, as we replace just about everything on the interior and often also do quite a bit of customization on the exterior,” says Innovative Spaces owner Nate Stover. “It was your typical 1970s trailer—pretty funky inside after years of sitting around.”
The design firm gutted the trailer and then did a top-to-bottom “shell-off restoration.” After decades on the road, steel chassises often rust, bend and endure other kinds of wear and tear. By removing the shell, the design firm can ensure that the core of the trailer is rock solid.
See the full story on Dwell.com: An Adventurer and Her Pets Find Solace in a Renovated 1973 Airstream Tradewind
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