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!
So I found this little gem from a good friend of mine, thanks John!, this house is small but packs a ton of charm. It is a 9 x 14 foot house located in the Catskills. Originally a hunting cabin I believe, she had done quite a bit with not too much.
Ms. Foster has her own shabby-chic retreat. It may not have a bathroom or a kitchen, but it is a dream of Victoriana: stacks of Limoges china with tiny rosebud patterns; chandeliers dripping crystal; billows of tissue-paper garlands.
This is all the more impressive because she renovated the 9-by-14-foot cottage, an old hunting cabin, herself. The cost of renovating and furnishing it: $3,000.