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If you live in California, you might want to get one of these amazing Fat Barrel homes, “where Airstream meets wine barrel.” Fat Barrel Studios builds and installs these units (only in California) for $65,000, but you can also purchase plans to build your own!

Not interested in owning one, or you’d rather try it out first? You can vacation in their original Fat Barrel on their 5-acre property in Paso Robles, CA. The compact units fit in a queen bed, micro kitchen and a tiled wet-bath for a luxurious vacation experience.

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Sleeping Pod Airbnb on 5 Acres in California

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You might remember this tour of Lauren & Daniel’s 2021 Airstream Classic before they welcomed baby Dash into the world. Now that they’re parents, their RV life has made some adjustments. They dedicated part of the living space and two cabinets to a nursery.

Additionally, they are taking travel much slower — and boondocking less — in order to keep Dash’s bassinet hooked up to electricity. But one thing that hasn’t changed is their incredible organization! Everything in their luxury Airstream has a home — and it’s labeled.

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Check Out This Meticulously-Organized RV!

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Kandace grew up camping as a kid, and when she met Justin she was interested in hopping back into it. So the couple purchased a teardrop camper and enjoyed weekend trips, but wanted to do more!

So Kandace sold her home, and they sold most of their belongings, quit their jobs, and decided to take a year off to travel the country in their 1965 Airstream! They’ve made 50 stops so far and are loving their nomadic life.

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Adventurous Couple’s Renovated 1965 Airstream Globetrotter Sabbatical

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Janis and Glen were nearing retirement age and looking for a downsizing option that would let them live close to the water. When they came across a renovated Airstream in the Tiny Tranquility park, they jumped at the opportunity. But the Airstream ended up being a little too tiny — so Janis started researching tiny house companies until she finally settled on Timbercraft Tiny Homes.

Her nearly 400-square foot home is absolutely stunning, with a ground floor bedroom for her and her husband, a loft room for their daughter, a large bathroom, and a great room/kitchen with bright blue cabinetry. All the windows inside let in stunning natural light. Let us know what you think!

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Their Gorgeous Timbercraft Tiny Home with Ground Floor Bedroom

Retired Couple Downsized to Airstream & Upsized to Custom THOW 3

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Ron and Shayna used to live in an RV full-time, so they know what works and what doesn’t when it comes to renovating trailers. The couple now owns a business — Darlin Trailers — where they’re commissioned to renovate all kinds of RVs into beautiful homes for their customers.

Their latest project is this breathtaking 1963 Airstream Overlander, renovated in an airy Scandinavian style with a spacious luxury bathroom. It started out as a truly dilapidated old trailer, but now it looks like a perfect summer oasis. What do you think?

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They Renovated This 1963 Airstream Back to Glory

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Just wait until you see this amazingly well-organized Airstream tiny home owned by an adorable couple of entrepreneurs. They started downsizing their stuff a few years ago until they finally realized they didn’t need that 2500-square foot home anymore! So they started traveling and staying in Airbnbs.

When 2020 hit, they needed a home base, so they moved into an Airstream. They’ve been living in that ever since and are welcoming a baby soon! In this tiny home, literally every little thing has a home/container and it’s pretty amazing. Tell us what you think in the comments.

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Expectant Couple Has THE Most Organized Tiny Home Ever

Entrepreneur’s Third Year on the Road in an Airstream 3

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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Airstreams are such beautiful RVs, and it’s always great to see a vintage one given a new life! The original owners did a DIY conversion of this Airstream and have been using it as an Airbnb.

Some of the original elements, like the burnt orange countertops, stove, and kitchen sink are still intact. The original awning is also tucked inside! But there are new faucets where needed, shiny LVP flooring, and other great updates to make it comfortable. What do you think of Airstreams?

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This Former Airbnb Could Now Be Yours

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Today, we’re super excited to let you read Allison & James’ super-detailed story — there’s no need for my commentary! Grab yourself a cup of coffee, and I’ll let Allison take it from here…

We are a couple from opposite sides of the world (Newfoundland and Australia) building a life together in a teeny-tiny 160 square feet.

Our current tiny home is a vintage 1968 Airstream Overlander nestled in the woods here in the Canadian Pacific Northwest! We’ve been living in and restoring our tiny home on wheels for the past 15 months.

We purchased the Airstream for $8,000 knowing that it would need a complete overhaul. And we converted it into our dream modern tiny home with our own two hands, in just 60 days, without prior building experience. It’s been a huge project!!

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They Did All This in Just 90 Days!

Couple Spent 60 Days & $25K on Their Airstream Conversion 15

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This is a vintage Airstream tiny house in an Austin, Texas village.

It’s part of the Community Inn of tiny homes at Community First Village (a community where they help house and restore the formerly homeless) and you can actually book a stay here. What do you think? Have you ever considered renovating or buying an Airstream?

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Airstream Tiny House Vacation in Austin, Texas

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