Friday, December 2, 2016

The Most Amazing Atomic Era Revamped RV of Vintage Beauty You'll Ever See

I recently had the pleasure of attending the Tiny House Festival in St. Augustine. My friends and I didn't expect the huge assortment of tiny homes that were on display! There were amazing converted buses, campers of all shapes and sizes from different eras, there was even a yurt! Going through my photos I realize I took 352 photos! I'll be back for a second post on this event, but first, take in the dedication that went into creating the mid century modern dream camper below!


I love how it's filled with vintage finds and sticks to a consistent teal / yellow / red color scheme.


Astro Boy! Of course I love anything with even an inkling of robot goodness.


And I'll take one of each of these. Me and toys, I'll never grow up.


Those kitchen canisters bring back memories of vintage selling, I loved that kitchenware. These red ones with the flowers are very pretty. Love the moon pies there, too.


And you can't go wrong with vintage Life magazine, cameras, and coloful fiestware.


And this was just 1% of an magical day of looking at Tiny Houses! We didn't even look into everything they had. I'll be back to the next one for sure!


Let's move in!
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12 comments:

  1. Oh my god! This must have been such a fun display! I love the vintage goodies here. People who can live in tiny houses amaze me.

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    1. I've lived in a camper for a while, you completely get used to it. I'm assuming for these owners it was more of a showpiece but there were lots there others lived in too.

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  2. Oh my goodness, this is fantastic! It's very primary colour centric, isn't it?

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  3. Yep, popular colors at the time from what I've seen in things I've sold but not to that cartoon level of the camper I suppose, haha.

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  4. Holy moly! So much awesomeness in such a little space. I seriously just wanna buy the entire thing and have it in our backyard and play house in it:D

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    1. That would be fun to have a micro house out back for work and such :) or play! I still want my own treehouse one day.

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  5. I understand so many pics, look at this beauties wow wanna have it all!

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    1. Each micro house had its own theme, it was so much fun! Can't wait to share the rest.

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