This is a 1950s Retro Tiny House by Trekker Trailers that has one of my favorite features: A colorful fridge!
I’ve been seeing these more and more on Pinterest and in tiny homes, particularly this aqua/turquoise color. Trekker Trailers designed the custom build around the buyer’s refrigerator choice, and it’s pretty darn cute! Plus, the fold-down bed is a nice space-saver!
With a full bathroom and kitchen this tiny vintage camper is perfect for a tiny house vacation in Oakland, CA. The caravan is a 1964 Kenskill camper that was originally used as a food truck to deliver cupcakes and other treats in Arizona.
The owners have rearranged the interior and completely renovated it. Now it’s a great spot to vacation especially if you have ever been curious about living tiny. This would be a great way to try it out.
Inside the camper caravan as you go in the front door to your right is the bed/couch, the kitchen is directly in front of you and to the left is a small dining area with the bathroom at the very end of the unit.
All the details in this camper are awesome. I love the cupcake curtains. If you are interested in vacationing in this vinatge caravan check it out on Airbnb.
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