For over forty years, Bill Sheppard has been building homes in Alabama. Now he’s turned his attention to a different sort of dwelling – vintage travel trailers! The renovation that started everything was his 1967 Airstream Overlander remodel.
Most Airstreams aren’t too shabby to begin with, and many models have a more modern feel than other brands of RVs. This Airstream renovation stays true to the “new-vintage” movement, and features trendy upgrades like an electric fireplace and super modern kitchen layout.
Looks good on the outside, but what about the interior?
A fun electric fireplace greets you as you step inside. It fits perfectly beneath the silvery side window.
Love those pillows.
Believe it or not, this is the kitchen. Where’s all the cabinets?
Ah…there they are. Not a lot of counter space to work with though.
Cozy bedroom with light-colored linens.
The dark trim continues in the bathroom.
Large skylights balance the dark stained wood and liven up the interior.
We’ve seen many new RV renovations that feature a light interior, with white or off-white walls and accent colors that pop. While this design keeps an ultra-modern theme, the dark trim and wood stain gives the interior a masculine sort of feel.
For more information about Bill’s other renovations visit his website. And would you believe it – he writes that this 1967 Overlander sold within 20 minutes of posting! Whoa.
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