Do you love vintage ’50s furniture? How about cowboy and cowgirl chic? It’s OK if you’re on the fence, because this retro camper rental will make it hard for you not to fall head over heels for antique, nostalgic beauty.
Ellen named her 1954 Prairie Schooner travel trailer Nellie. She says of her favorite backyard hangout,
This ain’t the Ritz but it is just the right clash of classy and trashy.
A night’s stay is $89, and there’s a two night minimum. Next time you’re planning on visiting Pasadena, California, you might want to consider this quirky and cute vintage trailer over that stale and expensive hotel!
The camper has one bed that sleeps two adults. All the essentials are provided: shampoo, TV, A/C, washer and dryer, and of course – wireless Internet access.
The tile countertop makes this travel trailer kitchen look like one in a residential house!
Mosaic backsplash behind a four burner stove with oven.
While this tile mosaic backsplash might be a bit impractical for an RV on the go, you might consider using peel and stick tiles to bring some life to your kitchen or bathroom walls. Full tutorial here.
Mix of old and new: the vintage cabinets stand in stark contrast to a modern microwave.
And with a huge private yard, (big) dogs are welcome!
For more information, visit Ellen’s Airbnb listing.
Photos courtesy Airbnb
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