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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!

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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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Matt and Amanda met at Burning Man and soon after backpacked through South America together. After that experience, they decided to van-life it together for a few years before sharing a house with Amanda’s sister. But when 2020 came, they decided it was time to travel again — this time in a more luxurious rig.

They chose and renovated a gorgeous Airstream which they can now work from remotely as they continue traveling. It has lots of seating, they’ve added good standing-and-sitting office spaces, and all the luxury they wanted in a home on wheels. What do you think?

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These Digital Nomads Travel in Their Airstream

From Backpacking to Vehicle Life to Airstream Conversion

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Melanie and her husband have been living tiny now for nearly a decade! First they decided to renovate an Aistream, which they happily lived in for four years before deciding they were ready for sticks and bricks. That’s when they found this adorable 1953 bungalow and turned the 800 square foot space into their home sweet home.

They’ve been there now for five years, slowly remodeling the place as they had the funds (no construction loans here, woot!). The couple got in touch with us and did a great Q&A, which you can read after the tour of their little home. What do you think?

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Q&A: Four Years in an Airstream & Five in a Small Home!


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This Airbnb host owns a 5-acre working organic farm and was looking for her next step post-hairstyling career. She found this 1974 Airstream that was dump-bound and saw tons of potential (that no one else saw!). As money allowed she was able to hire folks to help her revitalize the Airstream and ultimately turned it into a luxurious Airbnb oasis on her farm.

The trailer sits under a large canopy and has a sitting area, kitchen and bedroom inside. The outdoor covered bathroom area is right next to it, with a beautiful rainfall shower, flush toilet and all the amenities. You can enjoy dinner on the covered deck or nearby patio as well.

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1974 Airstream Goes from Dump to Dazzling Airbnb

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Christopher is the kind of person who just overflows with compassion and positivity, which you’re sure to see from watching his tour of his 1971 Airstream conversion below.

When he had to move when his home was being sold, he jumped right into his Airstream conversion so he had a place to live. The result is a truly magnificent space that helps him fulfill his goal of doing at least one compassionate act for another person a day. If only we all lived like this! Enjoy the interview in the video tour below!

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Chiropractor’s Simple Life Traveling in His Airstream

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Val and Josh left Portland and moved into a home, hoping to get closer to nature — but they discovered they spent even less time outdoors than before! So they started travelling in a renovated 5th wheel.

Soon they realized it was too big and bulky for the amount of travel they wanted to do, so they sold the 5th wheel and bought a 2014 Airstream, which they turned into their house on wheels. After decking it out with an amazing solar system, they were able to renovate the interior to match their style and needed functionality.

Jenna over at Tiny House Giant Journey did a great video interview with the awesome couple, which you can watch at the end of the post.

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Living and Working on the Road in their Airstream!

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Check out this stunning 1976 Vintage Airstream that’s been lovingly restored by the people at Tiny Haven in Harper’s Ferry, West Virginia.

The interior of the Airstream has a clean, almost Nautical look to it now, with bright white walls and navy accents. The bathroom has been redone as a stylish tiled wet bath, and there’s a California King Bed in the back! Wow.

But what really makes this a special spot to stay is the large covered deck with pasture views. The sunsets are breathtaking and you’ll feel secluded from the hustle and bustle, but close enough to town to explore. Book it here.

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Stay in this Clean & Bright 1976 Vintage Airstream

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