A 1966 Camp Trailer Gets A Facelift

Alberta blogger and graphic designer Jen Eckert renovated a vintage 1966 camper that she purchased for $400. Isn't it adorable?

See the makeover at  Design*Sponge


  1. Very nice.
    I just sold a bigger one, when I left England, there are some beautiful older ones about, but sadly too many get scrapped. Yet I've always thought a little camper in the back garden is the easy way to a neat retreat, writing, reading, escaping haven, which has the very easy ability to be guest accommodation also. Plumbed in to water supply and drainage and you have a tiny-house.

  2. My house is quite large so I don't really need an extra guest room or place to retreat but I want one nonetheless.


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