Reminiscent of that famous yellow submarine, this renovated 1954 Silver Dome boasts some vintage touches that make this trailer stand out. For one, the backdrop of this trailer is the awe-inspiring Taos Mountain range. And inside, you're greeted with mid-century touches contrasted against a subtle modern flair.
Take the tour of this vintage, New Mexico trailer and see all it has to offer. You won't believe how cozy this retro space feels! After you get over the fact that this tiny little trailer has sweeping views of the Tao Mountain range - you can focus on the cozy, wooden, and retro interior. We totally adore the mid-century flares like the white chair and wooden table. The built in bookshelves surrounding the window are a lovely touch too.Your food is going to have to be pretty tasty to distract you from the scene outside the windows next to the dining set. We love how the owners of this Silver Dome have kept with the 1950s vibe by introducing a stainless table that looks like it's plucked right out of the era.
Also - check out that original kitchen! They've lovingly restored the cabinets and kitchen set so it looks just like it did coming off the assembly line. But better yet, it's totally clean and functional for daily use.The other side of the galley kitchen has gotten a little bit of an update with that stainless refrigerator and new microwave. The cabinets though are completely original - and we can't get enough of that aged, honey colored wood.Like the open living space, the bedroom also has sweeping views of the great New Mexico skyline. Imagine waking up with coffee and breakfast in bed here - pure luxury!Outside, the owners have created this beautiful deck and fireplace. They've kept with the mid-century look by adding this retro-inspired fire pit and those awesome curved wire chairs. This is the perfect spot to roast some marshmallows and star gaze.
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