Tiny houses built on wheels are just one of the many options for a person considering a tiny house.
I recently stumbled across an article on my Airstream FB fan page about all the ways people are using the classic airstream. I encourage you to read the full article by Katharine Keane at Radical Revamps of a Classic here.
Still standing on the original site of a 1922 autocamp, Autocamp Santa Barbara opened in January 2013 and provides a “boutique hotel experience.”
Skillet Street Food started as a single 1962 Airstream roaming the streets of Seattle in 2007 before the boom of food trucks had converted lunch eaters around the country.
Hairstream partners Ric Pipino and Gil Haziza opened their converted 1994 Airstream Classic Motorhome as a mobile hair salon this past summer in Southampton, New York.
Allen opened her “coastal, southern, country boutique” in January 2015. Though she has run into some permitting hurdles, Allen is constantly posting on her website and Facebook page where her customers can find her next.
“I saw an Airstream and thought, ‘Hairstream Airstream,’” Gale explains. After a year and a half of renovations, Gale’s 1961 Bambi Airstream, The Hairstream Trailer, opened in March 2014 and is currently parked in a food cart lot in Portland’s Hawthorne neighborhood.
So be creative with your life and dreams and think outside of the box. What would you do with an old Airstream trailer?