The new 2020 Airstream Classics seem to have a cottage-like, chic, or even ‘farmhouse-style’ interior. I’m not sure what to call it, maybe you can tell me, but they call it the “Comfort White” color scheme. What do you think of it?
To me, it seems to have a little tiny house inspiration in some ways, do you think so? Anyway, I know Airstreams are super expensive, but aside from that fact, how do you like it? This is the Classic 33FB, by the way.
Today I thought I’d show you one of the very first tiny houses on wheels. This cabin is made out of a tree that can grow up to 465 feet tall. And this one is built right onto a vehicle making it one of the first motorhomes we’ve ever seen.
I love being reminded of the fact that this idea of unique tiny homes is absolutely nothing new. And this wonderful creation from a century ago reminds us just that.
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