Nate and Taylor are college sweethearts who fell in love over the idea of tiny living. He a writer and she a registered nurse, the married couple live full time in their renovated Airstream, lovingly named Augustine.
For around $5,000, the couple was able to bring this camper back to her former glory, installing new A/C and tires and completely gutting and reimagining the interior. With a clean white shell, new wood floors and lots of custom millwork, the resulting space is the perfect home for the duo and their fur baby, a 2-year-old golden doodle named Summit.
Near the entry, a cozy living space features a roomy tufted sofa and end table. Built-in storage toward the front of the Airstream is just right for stashing books and displaying antiques and objects found during the couple's travels. A Persian throw rug, Moroccan ottoman and textural throw pillows complete the global aesthetic.
Baskets conceal clutter and store accessories, while shelves serve as stands for a collection of greenery.
Tribal curtains add a touch of pattern next to the TV, which is placed on a stove heating unit.
In the kitchen, a hammered tin backsplash complements a stainless steel sink and faucet. A stovetop and range make for easy cooking, while a wood drying rack sits above the sink for added counter space.
Next to the living area, the kitchen features a full refrigerator, discretely built into the wall.
Across from the kitchen, a wood-topped table and built-in benches offer plenty of room for meals and morning coffee. An industrial sconce hangs above, next to large windows that flood the space with light.
The bedroom is tucked into the back of the Airstream, complete with expansive windows and roomy built-in storage. Throw pillows add pops of color on clean white linens.
Cafe lights add ambience and personality above the bed, and a built-in dresser adds storage and serves as a nightstand.