The interior of the trailer was built using only the finest Maple
and White Birch plywood and hardwood.
Vintage looking materials such as fabrics, trim, flooring, lighting, hardware, and counter top materials were used through the trailer whenever possible to create this period feel.
One of the biggest challenges in designing the trailer was not only keeping with the vintage motif and making it entertaining friendly, but creating a trailer that can sleep 6 people comfortably as well as giving them all a place to sit and eat a meal, and still have enough room to move around. Here is what we came up with!
The sofa converts into 2 - 26" bunk beds. The arms of the sofa were built in such a way that they fold open and fit into the void created by the back of the sofa when it is raised. The top bunk is locked into place and you now have sleeping for 2!
The dining table has a 20" drop in leaf that extends the table to the sofa. With the bench seats, sofa and 2 small side chairs, you now have seating for 8 people.
Remove the extra leaf, drop the table down and fold down the cushions and you now have sleeping for 2 more.
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