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A Remodeled Vintage Travel Trailer Was Given A New Interior

This remodeled vintage 1948 Vagabond 23 travel trailer includes a living room, kitchen, bedroom, and bathroom.

Ron and Shayna of Darlin’ Trailers have shared photos of their recently completed remodel of a vintage 1948 Vagabond 23 travel trailer. The Hudson, aptly named as a nod to its birthplace, has been renovated to meet the needs for modern-day living without sacrificing the classic vintage style of the trailer.

Let’s take a look around…

The Exterior

The exterior of the travel trailer is striking, with a matte black and white finish, and wood accents.

This remodeled vintage 1948 Vagabond 23 travel trailer includes a matte black exterior, living room, kitchen, bedroom, and bathroom.
This remodeled vintage 1948 Vagabond 23 travel trailer includes matte black and white exterior with wood accents.
A remodeled vintage 1948 Vagabond 23 travel trailer includes has a matte black and white exterior and a modern interior.

The Entryway

Stepping inside, we see the light and bright interior is completely opposite to the dark exterior. The entryway includes a bench with a couple of storage baskets and a wall-mounted tv.

The entryway of this remodeled vintage travel trailer includes a bench with a couple of storage baskets, and a wall-mounted tv.
The entryway of this renovated vintage travel trailer includes a bench with a couple of storage baskets, and a wall-mounted tv.

The Living Room

The living room is small but functional, with a sofa that transforms into a bed, allowing for two additional people to sleep in the trailer. Large windows, including a 6-foot skylight, add natural light to the interior and help to make it feel larger.

The living room of this remodeled vintage travel trailer is small but functional, with a sofa that transforms into a bed, allowing for two additional people to sleep in the trailer.

The Kitchen

At one end of the trailer is the kitchen, with wood cabinetry, a shelf, and a light-colored countertop. There’s also an induction cooktop and convection oven.

The remodeled kitchen of this vintage travel trailer includes wood cabinetry, a shelf, and a light colored countertop.
The remodeled kitchen of this vintage travel trailer includes wood cabinetry, a shelf, and a light colored countertop. There's also an induction cooktop and convection oven.

The Bedroom

A partition and curtain separate the living room and kitchen from the bedroom, where you’ll find a raised bed with plenty of storage underneath. There are also built-in bookshelves and charging stations.

The modern bedroom of a remodeled vintage travel trailer.
A remodeled vintage travel trailer includes a raised bed with storage underneath.
A renovated vintage travel trailer includes a raised bed with storage underneath and built-in bookshelves.

The Bathroom

The opposite end of the trailer is home to the spa-inspired bathroom, with shelving, a vanity, toilet, and a shower.

This renovated vintage travel trailer includes a spa-inspired bathroom, with shelving, a vanity, toilet, and a shower.
This renovated vintage travel trailer includes a spa-inspired bathroom, with built-in shelving and a vanity.
This remodeled vintage travel trailer includes a spa-inspired bathroom, with shelving, a vanity, toilet, and a shower.
This updated vintage travel trailer includes a spa-inspired bathroom, with shelving, a vanity, toilet, and a shower.

Source: Contemporist

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