Jill began Ann’s renovation in 2014. “She needed some work, but was in pretty good shape overall,” Jill explains. For the most part Jill gutted everything, keeping only the original upper cabinets, closets, twin bed bases, and the shower configuration.
New flooring replaced the rotting original and everything was painted white, making the trailer feel bright and spacious for its 160 square feet.
The most major structural change to the interior came to the dining/bed nook. Here Jill removed the original bench, cushion and table combo, outfitting the space with new storage benches, Tempur-pedic cushions, and a boat hydraulic pedestal table, allowing for easier conversion from dining table to bedroom.
(The table lowers down and is covered with a cushion, converting the nook into a full bed.)
Jill’s design sense, influenced by color, light, and whimsy, fills the trailer. Vintage Airstream postcards, framed as art, and pillows with travel-inspired sayings evoke a spirit of wanderlust.
“I hope to one day take Ann on the road,” Jill says.
Jill’s decor style is an eclectic mix. She likes to mix modern with vintage and Scandinavian styles, with family keepsakes thrown in.
I hope you enjoyed this home tour. You can see the original article here at Apartment Therapy.