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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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Via

8 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!

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