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Before: Exterior

Flyte Camp's Anna and Justin originally purchased this trailer as a personal project, but interest from a client convinced them to sell it after the restoration. 

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After: Exterior

The exterior of this camper was painted cherry red to match the client's hot rod. 

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Before: Dinnette

The sofa is completely gone and the walls look dark and dingy.  

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After: Dinnette

A vintage ClickClack sofa was reupholstered for the dining area. 

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After: Dinette Windows

The walls, shelves and the fold-down table were all refinished and given a glossy new shine. 

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Before: Kitchen

Where possible, Justin and Anna will try to salvage and restore the original cabinetry. 

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After: Kitchen

The cabinetry was refurbished to its former glory. New stainles-steel countertops and sink keep the retro look intact.

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Before: Kitchen

The pink oven is cool, but unfortunately it doesn't function too well. 

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Restored, Upgraded Vintage Camper

The dividing wall between the stove and entry counter was removed to open up the space. A new vintage-style stove and Marmoleum floor keep the classic vibe.

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Before: Ceiling

The skylight and surrrounding ceiling suffered years of water damage. 

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After: Sleeping Area

The new bedroom now has a larger toilet closet and a television. 

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Before: Exterior

Major body work and new compartment doors are all needed. 

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After: Exterior

Pinstriping, quilted stainless steel and high-gloss paint job turned the dilapidated tin can into an adorable home-away-from-home. The screen door and windows were restored instead of replaced. 

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Before: Exterior

Although the interior of this 1946 Curtis Wright camper was gutted, Anna and Justin kept the exterior skin, which was in decent shape. 

Before: Exterior

The couple gave the exterior of this camper a facelift with new paint and shiny mirrored metal. 

Before: Interior

This dining area and kitchen look like they haven't been touched in decades.  

After: Interior

Anna and Justin found vintage booth seats that they reupholstered for the new, functional dinnette. 

Before: Kitchenette

The trailer had no working appliances or clean counter space. 

After: Kitchenette

New stainless-steel counters, birch cabinetry and a vintage-style stove bring the kitchen back to working order. 

Before: Sleeping Area

The sofa/pull-out bed is completely gone. 

After: Sleeping Area

A custom bed was made to match the dining room bench. 

After: Sink + Upper Cabinets

Anna and Justin outfitted the trailer's interior with birch wood and stainless steel. 

After: Awning

A new vintage-style awning extends the living space to the great outdoors. 

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Before: Exterior

The camper was stripped down to the frame for a complete makeover. 

After: Exterior

The camper was outfitted with new axels, wheels and tires as well as a brand new shine. 

Before: Kitchen

The kitchen cubby was mostly intact, but was looking more than a little worn and weathered.

Before: Kitchen

To save money and time, the cabinets' frame was left intact. 

After: Kitchen

Anna and Justin restored the original sink and ice box but added a new countertop, cabinet doors, water-holding tank and a pump.  

After: Kitchen

Anna and Justin incorporated their client’s vintage light fixture above the sink.  It helps reflect the refreshed chrome shine. 

Before: Doorway

The door was falling apart and in need of refinishing. 

After: Doorway

The new Marmoleum floor and resurfaced doors bring this camper into the 21st century, but with a classic retro style. 

Before: Dining Area

The dining area was non-existent. Justin and Anna had to rebuild the sofa/convertible bed. 

After: Dining Area

The new booth provides plenty of seating and room to kick back. The wall sconces give an amibient glow for dining or task lighting for reading.  The dining table is covered in stainless-steel to match to the kitchen. 

After: Bed

When the dining table is folded down and cushions spread out, there is plenty of room for a good night's rest. 

Before: Window

The old window and walls look worn and layered with soot. 

After: Window

The walls have been resurfaced with Douglas fir and a new window will provide natural air flow.

Before: Walls

To make this space more functional, Anna and Justin planned for some vertical storage. 

After: Walls

Wall shelves provide extra storage. 

Before: Exterior

The exterior of the camper was dull and boring before Anna and Justin polished it to a mirror shine. 

After: Exterior

Custom window awnings with fabricated hardware add character and charm to the 1947 camper. 

Before: Exterior

Clients of Justin and Anna's company, Flyte Camp, wanted to use this trailer as a lakeside retreat for their family. 

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After: Exterior

The result was a beautiful vintage restoration, complete with a collapsible awning and shiny new surface. 

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Before: Kitchen

The midcentury modern aesthetic is cool, but it is worn and not too functional. 

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After: Dinnette

For more dining and living space, the pullout table was replaced with an L-shaped bar.  The wall TV can be viewed from the kitchen or living area.  

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After: Kitchen

A powder-coated red cooktop and convection oven match the new retro-style fridge and bar stools. 

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After: Kitchen

Anna and Justin retained and restored most of the original cabinetry and added an original Panel Ray heater (left). 

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After: Kitchen

New flooring and stainless-steel countertops look sleek but still feel original to the camper. 

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After: Kitchen

Anna and Justin also added a brand-new sink to complete the kitchen renovation. 

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Before: Sitting Area

The banquette was completely torn out and needed to be replaced. 

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After: Sitting Area

The main living area is modern and open with a mid-century-style couch, bright red bar chairs and wooden blinds. 

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Before: Bedroom

The space between the bed and wall is under-utilized.  It's too tight to do anything with or even stand there. 

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After: Bedroom

A new queen-sized bed makes the most of the space. A TV and built-in DVD makes it a better place to relax.

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Before: Bedroom

The old bed has to go, but the built-in nightstand will stay. 

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After: Bedroom

The modernized bedroom includes new bedding and wooden blinds. 

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Before: Bathroom

The bathroom desperately needed help. 

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After: Bathroom

The bathroom was updated with new flooring, birch cabinetry and a modern toilet. 

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Before: Bathroom

The dark wood cabinets and tiny ceiling light in the bathroom made the room feel cramped. 

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After: Bathroom

Marmoleum countertops, new cabinets and an updated ceiling light brightened the bathroom. 

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Before: Bathroom

 The old shower was dark and dingy. 

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After: Bathroom

New aluminum walls were installed to give the bathroom a crisp, modern look and feel. 

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After: Bathroom

The old laminate countertop was replaced with durable Marmoleum. 

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Before: Exterior

The original exterior was dull and dingy. 

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After: Exterior

The exterior was polished and whitewall Coker tires and a vintage striped awning were added to bring back the classic 1950s look. 

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