Last week in our Tiny Spaces video series, we took you on a tour of a super stylish family home in Brooklyn. Next up, we’re heading to sunny Saratoga, California to get some small space living/travel inspo from Monty and Jenni’s modern Airstream. Tour their camper to see how repurposed pallet bunk beds, dual-purpose furniture and plenty of lock storage can make tiny home travel both functional *and* comfortable. Check out Jenni and Monty’s camper below, and tune in next Tuesday for an SF studio that’s full of personality and genius small space hacks.
Monty and Jenni’s family camper was designed with their kids in mind but still has that modern, rustic look we love. Originally purchased as extra sleeping space during a home remodel, this camper has become a shared family space perfect for exploring all that California has to offer.
To make the camper more suited for their style, Monty and Jenni took out the old Airstream bunk beds and built ones out of repurposed pallets. This adds a more rustic vibe to their space and will put up with plenty of wear and tear while their kids get older.
The design of the 25-foot camper is clean and minimal with plenty of smart storage solutions throughout. With locking cabinets, they don’t have to worry about things sliding around during a trip. Everything is designed to be mobile, while also leaving plenty of space to live, cook and relax as a family.
Their dual-purpose furniture allows for both a dining nook and a master bed/chill zone for the whole family. There, the kids can watch movies, play or read. Then, they can bring the table up and play board games or eat a delicious meal together.
Whether you’re looking to purge everything and move into a home on wheels or just want to see how Monty and Jenni managed to create such a modern, family-friendly camper, the video below will inspire you to start living your own tiny travel adventures.