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Airstream Renovation

So I don’t know why, but there is this weird fascination with Airstreams, I think it has to do with the shiny metal and just overall craftsmanship of them.  This 1963 Airstream was gutted and turned into a visually dynamic work space.  It is technically a studio, but being that it is a blank slate of a shell, it has huge potential for a living space.  Plus the construction pictures are cool!

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10 Comments
  1. I’ve always wanted a little Airstream trailer. I don’t know why or what I’d use it for. A studio or office, I guess. Take a look at Sisters on the Fly by Irene Rawlings. They aren’t all Airstreams, but they are all cool.

  2. what an beautiful interior finish-is it plaster?
    andy d

  3. What are the walls finished with please? VERY attractive.

  4. Perfect place to work, write, read… Cool post!

  5. Hi All,
    That’s my trailer :). the walls are painted aluminum. It’s hard to see but the rivets are visible in person. My husband kept a blog about the renovation here, for those who would like to know…
    http://cyclocontractor.wordpress.com/category/1963-airstream-safari/page/2/
    and more pics at my site:
    http://www.26-letters.com/2010/07/pictures-of-our-1963-airstream-trailer-craft-studio/
    Thanks, and I’m glad you like it!

  6. Would like to know how you did the walls

  7. Great to hear from you Megan! Yes, it is up to people to educate themselves as even the “organic” label can’t be trusted….very sad. Sugar is a huge problem and alongside that is the artificial sweeteners. The best bet? Sugar from fruit or sources such as agave nectar, real maple syrup, and in a pinch, stevia.

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