When we purchased our 1977 Rear Bedroom Argosy, I wanted to keep everything as original as possible. It was never our intention to completely gut, restore or change the interior of our Argosy especially since it was in really great shape.
One of the easiest updates you can give everyone your Airstream, Argosy is to change out the hardware on your closet and pantry doors. Although, many are gutting their Airstreams and updating their hardware to bright and shiny products, we are trying to keep originality to our Airstream Argosy.
After sewing curtains for our Argosy made by Airstream, I found the most popular question to be….. What are the measurements. This blog entry is all about that singular topic!
Keep Reading for the measurements…
Airstream really put a lot of effort and quality into their Trailer Curtains but after 40 years, it’s time for an update! Sewing new Airstream Curtains is a breeze and just takes time + patience.
At one of our favorite campsites in Auburn, AL. Checking out Auburn University since it’s an option for our rising 10th grader….in just three short years!
Using recycled roofing tin to update a wall in a Vintage Airstream, Argosy or Trailer.
One of the walls in our Motorhome has the original Airstream wallpaper and just begs for an update.
Vintage Tin Ceiling Tile on the Back Wall.
While vacationing in the Western North Carolina Mountains, we stumbled across the Otto Depot in Otto, NC. It’s a wonderful place to find Vintage “Junk”, barnwood, old chippy paint doors, tin tiles, old trunks and so much more!