I've been dreaming for years of having a vintage trailer camper that I can fix up and make cute. I've perused Pinterest and scoured Craigslist but the stars just never aligned...until this week!
A dear family member acquired a cutie pie of a trailer several months ago - a 1970 Go Tag-a-Long. She had plans, but decided it was no longer a project she wished to tackle. So, knowing I was super envious and excited about it for her, she offered to sell it to me. Aaah!! I am very grateful! If you know anything about vintage campers and trailers, these babies are becoming more and more rare everyday.
So now I'm a bit obsessed about planning the refurbish. What color scheme? What style? And oohhhh I cannot wait to decorate it with kitschy vintage decor!
If you have a vintage camper or a camper that you have refurbished, I'd absolutely love to see photos. Please feel free to post them in the comments under THIS POST ON FACEBOOK.
I definitely want a space to sit and craft, talk with friends, have a meal. I love this dark turquoise.
And then there's a pink and green combo! Love!
The tiny little spaces of utilization inside these trailers are just so charming and cozy. I can hardly wait to turn it into a mobile art studio.
Stay tuned, this one may be travelling to a town near you soon!
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