Timeless Travel Trailers converted an Airstream Motorhome into a tiny home on wheels named "Loretta."
The trailer, designed to look like a city home, was created for a New York family of six.
The trailer — named "Loretta" — was designed for a New York family of six that lives "a hustle and bustle lifestyle 24/7" but wanted a getaway that still resembled their city home.
The interior was designed to be "simple and fresh," according to Timeless Travel Trailers. Like many typical non-moving apartments, Loretta includes enough room to sleep and seat the entire family, as well as multiple entertainment systems.
The Colorado-based maker claims to be the "largest and most experienced custom builders in North America" and has worked on conversions for companies such as Bonobos and Deep Eddy Vodka. It also has pre-converted trailers for sale and for rental available on its website.
Take a look inside Loretta, the city getaway:
Loretta was built on a 1989 Excella Motorhome.
Timeless Travel TrailersIt is 37 feet long...
Timeless Travel Trailers...and filled with a "modern and minimal aesthetic," according to its maker.
Timeless Travel TrailersThe interior color scheme is grey, blue, yellow, and white.
Timeless Travel TrailersIts aluminum interior skin contrasts the faux-oak floors.
Timeless Travel TrailersThe marble veneer waterfall countertops add to the trailer's luxurious appearance.
Timeless Travel TrailersIt also has ample seating in the galley, dinette, bar, and bathroom.
Timeless Travel TrailersThere are three sofas, two of which can convert into full-sized beds.
Timeless Travel TrailersThe bar comes with a wine chiller…
Timeless Travel Trailers...and a hidden liquor storage unit that can lift up from the bar-top.
Timeless Travel TrailersThe dinette consists of a solid white oak table top and additional side tables so the family can dine together.
Timeless Travel TrailersThe shower includes a stainless steel shower pan and a duckboard.
Timeless Travel TrailersLoretta also includes amenities such as a home theater set-up: a pop-up projection screen and projector.
Timeless Travel TrailersAudio is provided by a Sonos stereo system.
Timeless Travel TrailersFor non-projection viewing, there's a 32-inch television with Apple TV by the kitchen.
Timeless Travel TrailersThe kitchen includes a microwave, induction cooktop, and a refrigerator-freezer compartment.
Timeless Travel TrailersLoretta also has safety features, such as a security system and back-up cameras.
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