Wanderlust: 10 Airstream Trailers for Living Small
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When it comes to Airstream trailers, we're like a flock of magpies or seagulls: the shinier, the better. Dreaming of your own polished aluminum quarters? Here are 10 classic midcentury examples that have been inventively restored and put to use as hotel rooms, guest houses, home offices, and in a few cases travel vehicles. Above: A 1952 model renovated by a yacht interior designer functions as a hotel room at The Hotel Daniel in Vienna . Above: One of many restored Airstreams seen on Vintage Seekers via Design Sponge . Above: Landscape architect Andreas Stavropoulos transformed a 1959 Airstream trailer into a fully functioning office. Stravropoulos—pictured here—parks the trailer behind a Berkeley, CA, co-op; first seen on Sunset Magazine . Above: The accommodations at Atlantic Byron Bay resort in Australia include this fully equipped Airstream imported from America. Above: In Albany, California, just north of Berkeley, is Flowerland nursery with a trailer coffee shop featured on Gardenista . Above: Vancouver's Le Marché St. George café and grocery crew often picnic and camp out of their 1969 Airstream Land Yacht. Above: A room at Liz Lambert's El Cosmico hotel in Marfa, Texas; photograph by Brian Rose . Above: A 1955 Spartan aluminum trailer renovated by interior designer Jane Hallworth in Los Angeles . Above: A 1965 Airstream Safari recast by Area 63 Productions and interior designer Caroline Brandes for rent on her property in Big Sur, California. Above: Texan firm Baldridge Architects converted the interior of a disused 1970s Airstream trailer into a green room for artists performing at Stubbs Barbecue and Waller Creek Amphitheater in downtown Austin. Above: Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory member Christopher C. Deam designed the diminutive Airstream Bambi, an updated version of the classic. Above: At Hotel Fabriken Furillen on the Swedish island of Gotland, Wi-Fi-free cabins and Airstream trailers surround the perimeter of the main hotel. Ever thought of living in a box? See our post 10 Houses Made from Shipping Containers . Ready for a mobile lifestyle? Have a look at our On the Road posts: A Makeover for a Maine Bus and Hank Bought A Bus .