Vacationing in RVs have been apart of America's travel traditions for decades. While the first motorized camper was developed in the early 20th century, the popularity of travel trailers grew exponentially in the 1950s and 1960s. Just as other architectural developments, trailers began to focus more on interior design and comfort rather than strict functionality.
While this Red Dale Coach travel trailer was manufactured in 1973, its owner wanted to pay homage to classic midcentury design and 1950s popular culture whilst renovating her home-on-wheels. The result is a brightly colored, absolutely adorable, and infinitely comfortable trailer named Myrtle.
As soon as you step foot inside this camper, you won't know where to look first because of all the precious details that make up the whole. You can tell how much time and thought the owner, Misty, put into the decorations. Look closely and you will fall in love with the handmade curtains crafted out of vintage cotton, sugar sacks.
What color palette describes midcentury America better than pastels? We can't get enough of the turquoise details throughout this interior.
Check out how cozy and spacious this dinette is. Not only is it perfect for friends to gather around for a meal but it also converts into a large bed in the evening.
Board games, snacks, and drinks: what more do you need for an awesome time?
Peek into the corner and you will find another lovely sitting area perfect for cracking open a book and catching up on your midcentury modern design knowledge.
Thought this camper was to small to have a bathroom? Think again, this Red Dale has everything you need.
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