Couple Converts Retro Airstream Campers Into Tiny Homes Named After Iconic Women

Alicia D'Aversa
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It may be obvious that campers are already sort of tiny homes. I mean, many people already do live in them. However, if you have a vintage camper, they don't have the most modern aesthetic. That's exactly what I personally love about them, but it's not everyone's cup of tea.

One couple's specialty is turning retro Airstream campers into modern tiny homes that will pleasantly surprise any owners.

Airstream campers are arguably the coolest camper trailers out on the market, the husband and wife duo Ed Potokar and Amy Rosenfeld make them even cooler.

Hudson Valley Airstream

The couple actually completely renovates the interior of the campers into modern tiny homes that will make you want to give up the city or suburbia life.

Each camper they renovate is named after an iconic woman in pop culture history, like Roberta Flack, Dolly Parton, Betty Jean, and Janis Joplin, and they're all decorated according to their personal style with a modern twist.

Hudson Valley Airstream

According to Business Insider, the couple focuses on Airstreams from the '60s and '70s because of the mid-century style round windows.

They just don't make 'em like they used to!

Each trailer has its own unique qualities, but they all have everything you need to live comfortably.

Hudson Valley Airstream

They have a bedroom, living area, bathroom, shower, storage, and a kitchenette with a fully functioning oven and dishwasher.

The campers are great for those who want to live a semi-luxurious life out on the road, and they work great as Airbnbs or guesthouses for family and friends.

Hudson Valley Airstream

And hey, let's not forget the adult children who had to move back home...

Ed and Amy sell their trailers for around $97,000, and you'll need to head to their Hudson Valley Airstream website to see how you can get your hands on your own, or just ogle at the photos and dream.

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