Colorado Caravan reconfigures a 1966 Airstream Safari to hold two beds and a dining bench without feeling cramped.
While many people might steer clear of old, dilapidated travel trailers, Kerri Cole and Patrick Neely of Colorado Caravan prefer to do just the opposite—which is why we’ve long been a fan of their work. Last year, the Denver–based couple shared with us how they
For the past three years, the husband-and-wife duo have been remodeling Airstreams for people all over the country, converting them into sales offices, mobile nail salons, bars—you name it.
With Margot, their client wanted a transportable home for herself and her son to travel in when they came back to the states for the summers.
“Our biggest challenge during the project was the layout,” explains Kerri. “We knew the client, a single mom, wanted two separate, semi-private bed areas for herself and her 11-year old son—not to mention storage, a place to eat, functional kitchen, and a bathroom with shower. That’s a lot to fit into a small space.”
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