Along with her husband and three kids, Sarah Schneider renovated and redecorated a vintage Airstream they call ‘Wandering Star’.
Sarah has a self-described obsession with the clothing and accessories store Anthropologie.
She liked the Wandering Star pillow at Anthropologie so much that she named her trailer after it!
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She says of her family’s trailer,
I wanted a home on wheels, where we will journey and see the country, to feel like home. I wanted it to be comfortable and inspiring, to evoke imagination, adventure, and creativity. I wanted it to feel wild and free.
The family’s vintage Airstream decked out with string lights.
Sarah said that the Airstream was ‘dark’ inside when she first got it. She started the renovation by painting everything white right off the bat.
Sarah uses the sitting area as a dining room now.
This couch in the front of the trailer turns into a bed.
Sarah bought all the drapes and had them cut to fit the Airstream’s wrap-around windows.
She installed an octagonal backsplash and butcher block counters in the kitchen area. The mirror on the wall adds even more light to the room.
Sarah at work in the kitchen of her Airstream.
The walls are covered in Anthropologie wallpaper.
In the rear of the trailer are two twin beds.
The bathroom sink is made out of an old farmhouse bowl.
Some of the ‘camping equipment’ Sarah brings with her on trips: table linens, string lights, candles, throws, rugs, and outdoor accessories.
Sarah says that she, “…can’t wait to take the Wandering Star traveling across the country.”
Read Sarah’s interview on the Anthropologie Blog
Visit Sarah’s website at LoveSarahSchneider
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