This is the Winnhaven, a renovated 30 ft. travel trailer by Wander in the West, a company that’s using the trailer to tour the American West and promote American-made products.
What’s really cool about this camper renovation is that it was done with all American-made products from brands like The Citizenry, Shoppe by Amber Interiors, Sinkology, Tuft & Needle, Burrow and more.
Our mission is to connect people in their local environments to the great people, brands and products that are made in their own backyards and they don’t even know it. We’re helping to support all of the American makers that are working hard to create unique things wherever they may be and more attention needs to be brought to these unique movers & shakers.
Enjoy pictures of the Winnhaven below and then check out the work of Wander in the West here.
The Winnhaven Wander in the West 30 Ft. Travel Trailer
Just stunning! I love the wooden accent wall.
So creative! They replaced the old couch and then reinforced this one.
Plants really make a house a home!
Super cute cushions and salt and pepper grinders.
Standard RV appliances that allow you to cook in your tiny home.
Wow! What a gorgeous sink. It really ups the “luxury” factor!
Beautiful bedding contrasts well with the white cabinets.
The back bunks are also sporting gorgeous bedding.
What a cute tiny cactus by the window!
Extra seating with a throw pillow.
Another adorable sink inside the bathroom. The siding adds a lot too!
Towels and shower curtains: It’s all in the details!
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