I have always been jealous of those who get to travel the country every day as a part of their career.
There are some out there who get to see all of America while selling homemade DIY projects or vintage goods, like this gorgeous antique sewing machine. But a drawback of this kind of travel is that you have to give up many of the comforts of home.
But brilliantly, blogger Corrabelle Rose has come up with the perfect solution — she has decided to bring the comforts of home with her. She travels the country, selling vintage treasures at antique shows and markets.
And instead of staying in impersonal hotels wherever she goes, she’s created her very own home away from home — full of unique accents that will certainly brighten up her long trip on the open road.
Scroll through below to see exactly how Corrabelle transformed an ordinary mobile home into a comfortable and adorable pink vintage trailer!
Would you want to travel the country in a home like this? Let us know in the comments.
Corrabelle Rose is always “on the road looking for crusty garden urns, paint-chipped furniture, gently laundered fabrics and awesome architectural items.”
And Corrabelle has decided to conduct her business in style, while traveling in this stunning, vintage pink trailer.
And while the outside is pretty, the inside is even cooler and funkier. She has furnished her mobile home with pink floral accents and strings of colorful lights.
And in case it wasn’t obvious, her love of all things pink can be seen throughout the trailer, including the kitchen — which features an adorable pink microwave.
And when it’s time to hit the hay after a long day of antiquing, she can fall asleep in a cute little bed surrounded by pink floral decorations.
And as if this incredible mobile home weren’t enough, Corrabelle recently upgraded to another trailer — a pink 1998 Fleetwood — with even more room for antiques and florals!
This second amazing mobile home features a kitchenette decked out in an adorable rose pattern.
She has even included a bit of her personality in the littler details, with vintage pink plates and salt shakers.
Her bed got a major upgrade as well, with its much larger size, pretty pink curtains, and a cute bright pink pillow to wake up to every morning.
Her bathroom even affords her plenty of space to spread out and express herself with details like a cute poodle wastepaper basket.
Bright white cupboards in the kitchen allow the rose curtains to truly pop with color.
Even Corrabelle’s friend Peg loved these trailers so much that she bought her own vintage pink trailer, too!
Not to be outdone, Peg covered her seats in a dusty pink fabric that matches the small vintage tablecloth on her pop-up kitchen table.
These amazing women are traveling the country in style, with these incredibly unique pink-centric mobile homes.
If you love these pink vintage trailers, check out more work from Corrabelle Rose.
Would you want to travel America in a mobile home like one of these? Let us know in the comments.
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