A Professional Organizer’s 200-Square-Foot Airstream Is an Incredibly Tidy Home on Wheels

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Name: Xiomara Romero, with husband Frank, and bichon/poodle mix named Scooter
Location: All over the United States
Type of home: Airstream Travel Trailer
Size: 200 square feet
Years lived in: 4 years, owned

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Tell us a little (or a lot) about your home and the people who live there: Our home is a 2019 27-foot Airstream Flying Cloud travel trailer, roughly 200 square feet. I share this home with my husband of 23 years who just recently retired from the U.S. Navy after 22 years of service and our 13-year-old bichon poodle mix dog named Scooter. We have been living in our tiny home for four years now. We started this tiny adventure in San Diego, California while my husband was still active duty and have traveled through 11 states thus far. We are on a quest to tour all the states in North America (including Alaska) while working as a professional organizer helping clients go from chaos to calm in their homes.

I identify as a proud Latina, simple and minimalistic, with a maximalist attitude and wanderlust for new places.

Describe your home’s style in 5 words or less: Modern minimalistic

What is your favorite room and why? My favorite space in the Airstream would have to be the living room/dinette area. It is where I spend most of my time working, creating, and just relaxing. With the panoramic windows for viewing making it easy to take in the views from all the different places we visit.

What’s the last thing you bought (or found!) for your home? Last thing I purchased for our home was Stackers Supersized Jewelry Box from The Container Store for my closet. It fits perfectly in my space, is stackable, and holds all my jewelry and dearest items I’ve inherited from my late mother.

Any advice for creating a home you love? Focus on intentional, multi-use, and essential. Buying just to buy because it’s the latest fashion or thing to have just doesn’t work for me. I ask myself do I need it or do I want it. I also need to make sure I have a space for it in our home. As with any home, If you don’t have a designated home for the items you purchased, you will soon find yourself with excess clutter throughout and quickly fall out of love with your space.

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