The transformation of my Vintage Trailer

Gotta Love Pink

OMG I cannot find the words of how my trailer turned out. With alot of hard work but enjoyment at the same time. Started with the painting of the inside, adding my Applique's to the cabinets, tearing out the 3 layers of flooring and then carpet. Changing out the cushions fabric to a floral print. Also last but not least adding a missing window and painting it pink and white!
Here is a photo of the inside. So adorable!
The kitchen area, with all pink!


  1. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your vintage pink trailer! You did a beautiful job! I really like the stainless steel(?) diamond shaped trim in the kitchen, it wasn't too much, but enough to give it the exciting 50's diner feel! I would like to use that in my home kitchen if you don't mind sharing exactly what it is called and/or where you found it?

  2. What a fantastic transformation! LOVE it! It was nice meeting you yesterday at Junk In The Trunk & I'm happy to be your newest follower. Would love for you stop by for a visit @ Blessings ~ Judy

  3. Your trailer's interior looks wonderful. The pictures show that you love your trailer that much. You keep everything in good condition! Even if you only gave us a simple glimpse of the inside, I can still feel the comfort around the place. I just hope that you're not only focusing on the interior. You have to keep the parts and components of your trailer in great condition too!

    Liza Pilon @ Prairie City RV Center