This is a renovated 1967 Overlander Airstream camper designed by Architect Series.
It’s been completely overhauled and redesigned from top to bottom! Bill Sheppard, the designer, says, “we knew we had something good when it sold in less than 20 minutes of being listed!”
When you go inside you’ll see a cozy couch, fireplace, kitchenette, dining area, bedroom, and bathroom along with wood floors, modern fixtures, and more. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below.
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Renovated 1967 Overlander Airstream Camper
Images © Architect Series
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Images © Architect Series
Learn more: http://architectseries.com/overlander
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Our big thanks to Dale Rogers for tipping us on this renovated Airstream camper.
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What a gorgeous renovation. Wow!
Not sure how/where you would cook-but this thing is awesome!
Is it just me, or does it look like the bathroom door is half-restricted by the second couch when it’s folded out into the bed? Odd choice to make it difficult to get to the only -other- thing you might need at night…
Looks like you’d have to sit in the little tub for your hand shower not to get water all over everything too.
Sure looks nice, but I guess its target audience is young folks with strong bladders and good knees. 😀
Makes me wish I hadn’t sold my airstream (well not technically mine) this is really gorgeous.
Love Airstreams ( especially the older ones) Beautifully done. I could do with out that fireplace, It seems to be more of a unnecessary ornamental distraction. I’d rather have that space for more practical use like a flip up table, small desk, or chest of drawers.
First, I think it looks like a very attractive renovation. Second, I seem to have difficulty putting it all together in my mind as a cohesive living unit, and I just can’t get the flow of it. I need to look again and maybe it will come to me. I agree with the previous commenter about the fireplace. For one thing, it is awfully large to be in such a compact tiny home. The Airstream sure looks gorgeous on the outside and I’d love to find an old one to restore.
Beautiful renovation!!! Just beautiful!
Normally, I don’t like these sorts of RV’s and it is why I became a THOW advocate, but this is really well done. I love the fireplace and the rest of the decor; very elegant but homey. I actually think I could live in one like this, which makes this the exception to my rule. 🙂 Great job.
Could you tell me about the “fire place”?
After many well viewed observations, I think I can envision this TH as functional and beautiful!
Wow! This is like a traveling private upscale hotel suite. I would vacation here in a heartbeat.
Nicely done! God bless and thank you for sharing. Happy trails!
Thank you for the lovely compliments. Just as a note, the door to the Bathroom is a sliding hinged door, and the bed does not cover the entrance to that door. Blueprints are available upon request. Thanks again!
Just bought a 1969 Overlander in AZ. I’m desperate for ideas and love your set up. Noticed you offered floor plans in one of the comments. I am interested if the offer is still good. Thanks for your post.