Backyard Airstream

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21 comments

  • Shelley says:

    That is so beautiful and creative. I love the idea of this, thanks for sharing.

  • Monica Sweere says:

    Tastefully done.

  • laura says:

    I love this , Tropical on the outside, and ranch style on the inside, beautiful job. Thanks for sharing, must show to The Hubby !!

  • Kitkat says:

    I love it! But why would you need an outdoor shower in New Orleans? In case you jump over and swim in the river?

  • Tammie Miller says:

    I absolutely love this home and it is a true home. I would live there in a heartbeat.

  • Andreas says:

    For me, there are few things sadder than an Airstream that has been made into a permanent installation. Airstreams are supposed to roam, that’s the entire point behind their existence.

    If you want a house, just built one.

    • sc says:

      For me, there are few things sadder than a completely ridiculous statement like you dropped. Airstreams can be whatever you want to to be. In this case an absolutely wonderfully designed vacation rental.

    • DBadami says:

      Unfortunately, many of these Internationals bite the dust and roam no more. That’s why you can buy the old ones needing restoration for very little money. To give something old a new life is wonderful. For it to be loved as much as this Airstream is obviously loved would make Wally proud.

    • MJ says:

      Airstreams are just things. I doubt it is feeling sngst due to its permanent condition. Beside that what is sadder than wasting resources for a new build rather than honoring was can be re-made? I think I just saw the Airstream wink.

    • MJ says:

      Airstreams are just things. I doubt it is feeling angst due to its permanent condition. Beside that what is sadder than wasting resources for a new build rather than honoring was can be re-made? I think I just saw the Airstream wink.

    • Michael L says:

      Isn’t that the whole idea with tiny living… that you design what you need? In this case, they repurposed a teavel trailer into an attractive home.

  • MaryM says:

    This is phenomenal. A thing of stunning beauty and ingenuity. Well done!

  • Kristina H Nadreau says:

    the shower is lovely….

  • DBadami says:

    Lovely. Everything is beautiful – you’ve created a place that feels like nature, inside, and especially with the amazing outdoor shower!

  • scott h. says:

    dats nice,……… yeah sha!

  • MJ says:

    Oops. Angst.wish comments could be edited 🙂

  • Mike says:

    Brilliant. Makes me smile.

  • michelle says:

    Please tell me how you painted the vinyl interior. I hear it is difficult and particular. Thanks!

  • Pineapple says:

    My friend Matthew Holdren did all the woodwork…awesome craftsman. I’m planning on hiring him to help me with a tiny house build I’m designing.

  • BrendaB8 says:

    It looks amazing and I love it.. I would like to live in it myself…. thanks

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