Yesterday’s mail was so good – a great coupon to Saks Off Fifth, a scrumptious Elle Decor (I’ll tell you more about that when I have more time), the yellow and black old Playboy club ashtray I won on eBay, and a Sundance Catalog (it’s too much to ask to get a personal letter these days, so something impersonal from Robert Redford is as good as it gets). Check out the trailer they have on the cover – I thought it was just for styling, but it’s available for $24K. Here’s the product story:
This trailer was designed from plans dating back to the 1940’s and has been enhanced with modern-day functionality improvements. During the era of post depression, highway construction, and Roosevelt’s push for developing the National Parks, more people started traveling across the country. Teardrop trailers — or a “tent on wheels” — appealed to these travellers for many reasons: they were an upgrade to tents and they were lightweight enough to carry behind the “cars of the day”.
Constructed of top quality grade maple hardwood and clear maple plywood, the interior promises to really glow. The exterior will be wrapped with high polished anodized aluminum, making upkeep a breeze. No repolishing to worry about!
photos from the sundance catalog
Hi, I'm Becky. I live in Atlanta. Besides acting as the "Editorial Director" here on Hatch, you can find me spewing lots of design opinions and tips over at Houzz. Make me happy -- leave a comment!