Take a look inside a beautifully renovated travel trailer – its kitchen is a spacious delight

Always wanted to visit Malibu? Now you can do that affordably in this totally renovated trailer in the hills, just minutes from the ocean. This trailer represents glamping at its finest, with plenty of room for the family, all the amenities you'd expect, and a killer view.
Inside you're welcomed by a bright, open, airy space with a bit of rustic flare. Bright textiles, warm quilts and big beautiful windows bring the rolling hills right inside. Although the space seems small, it really has everything you'll need — including a full-sized kitchen for big home-cooked meals.
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The inside of this trailer is bright, open and colorful. The white walls contrast against the natural cabinets, and despite being a small space, everything flows together naturally.
From here take a peek at the fully functional kitchen and the pretty little breakfast nook. There's also a couch to kick back and relax on at the end of the day or to chat with the cook during lunch prep.
Then there's the spacious kitchen filled with light. Although the cabinets are a bit mismatched, that design "flaw" adds to the funky rustic charm of this glamping experience. Plus, it has everything guests could need from a stove to an oven, full-sized refrigerator and a microwave.
The breakfast nook is just as open and cheery as the rest of the space. Bench seating provides plenty of room for everyone to squeeze in for a meal, and the large window offers a stunning view of the mountains outside.
In the back of the trailer, a big beautiful bed covered in a wonderfully rustic quilt awaits guests. This space has tons of storage overhead and stunning views of the rolling hills.
The other side of the trailer features bunks for the kids. This space also boasts its own storage space that's just right for clothes and hiking and adventure gear.
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An outside eating and relaxation area overlooking the mountains helps guests enjoy all that Malibu has to offer.
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