|Original lamp shade.|
|This is the toaster I used in my first apartment. Makes the best toast!|
|Vintage game basket fits under bed.|
Maybe because of sentimental reasons, or maybe because I wanted my clubhouse back, I decided that I wanted a little vintage trailer to park on my property, as well. I have been looking for one for several years that would fit into the modest budget that I had been setting aside for it. Finally, I found this little Pathfinder on Craig's List. It was priced right, so I drove out to Tum Tum in the wee hours of the morning to purchase it. Happily, the interior of the trailer is good condition, with no major damage. Nearly everything is original such as the lights, shades and Formica. The floor had been replaced in the 70's and was really unattractive, so I covered over that with black and white vinyl. After the floor was finished, I could think about decorating the trailer.
I decided that I wanted to decorate it with fun, vintage items that would be true to the era of the trailer, instead of a specific theme. Although, I am definitely going for more kitchy items.
I was able to display the trailer at our May Barn Bazaar, and since our guests seemed to enjoy seeing the inside of the trailer, I thought our blog readers would like to see it, as well. It's still a work it progress, but I'm in no hurry. I am enjoying the process of fixing it up and finding just the right items to put inside. My son is having a great time with his new "clubhouse", and so am I. I hope you enjoy it, too.