We have a little thing for Airstreams. We dream of buying one, renovating it, and leading a simple, peaceful life in our little silver trailer. Until we come up with a little spot to put it in, however, it's a dream. Which is why, for now, we just drool over books like Airstream Living -- which is where we first saw Kristiana Spaulding's Airstream.
Spaulding says, "... I incorporated rounded forms to the interior to match the feel of the exterior. The color palette is actually based on a piece of birch bark that has a surprising array of subtle colors. Within the interior I made my sentimental objects into functional objects to keep things streamlined. This can be seen in my sand curtain and my postcard countertop on my design page."
You can see a couple more photos of the California jewelry designer's '67 Airstream Tradewind, as well as her jewelry, on her website. Images: Simon Brown