A Beautifully Retrofitted 1969 Airstream Strikes a Chord With a Nashville Musician

The designers embraced the trailer’s heyday by outfitting it with vintage furniture and decor.

While searching for a new home and office, Nashville-based musician Ryan Hunter Sanchez decided that it was due time to embrace the call of the open road. He scored a 1969 Airstream Sovereign that was stripped down to its bare shell and proceeded to give it a complete overhaul. Georgia-based NüAbode handled the design and build of the 31-foot trailer, while the team behind Mavis The Airstream transformed the interior into a "bachelor pad" fit for living and working on the go.

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Marissa Hermanson
As a freelance writer who spends her time working from home, Marissa has a deep appreciation for the home and the time and effort people put into designing their spaces.


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