After the Whaletail Airstream made it’s way to a new home last week, we’re getting stuck into our next project already: taking out the interior of this vintage Airstream, ready for a luxury refit. This Airstream is going to have a very decadent and luxurious interior and will be shipped out to a client in Dubai once it is finished.
As always we’ll be blogging every step of the process, so watch this space to see this Airstream being transformed by our dedicated team in the coming months!
Here it is: all finished and delivered to our client who is a film director and wants it as a home from home when he’s filming on location.
This camper has been panelled with wood throughout to give it a rustic feel and has a wood burner, copper kitchen worktops and copper-fitted bathroom, with an office at the back for business. The large leather sofa in the lounge is seated on a section of the RV which pulls out, to create more space when it is parked up; and the two seats in the cab have been upholstered to match. The sofas also transform into two king-sized sofa beds. These photos are by our amazing photographer, Jeremy Phillips.
In the workshop today: here are some more snaps of the Winnebago which is almost ready to go to it’s new home as a location vehicle for a film director.
Here you can see the American icon is now looking rather rustic and romany, with copper worktops and fittings in the kitchen, a Belfast sink, plus a copper shower. Everything is panelled with wood – floors, walls and ceilings – and the shower room has a porthole window. This RV is also fitted a wood-burner and large leather sofas that pull out into beds.
Outside it is no longer off-white, but a fab shade of British Racing Green.
In the workshop today. We’re renovating the exterior on this vintage Airstream which is another new luxury restoration project for 2015:
Meanwhile the Winnebago is being fitted with a new aluminium roof:
As promised here are some exclusive shots of the recently finished Huntsman 65 Airstream – the second of a pair of luxury Airstreams which were commissioned by the Huntsman brand. These Airstreams will be used as promotional vehicles before ending up being used as a pair of luxury guest lodges for this client.
All photos are by our fabulous photographer Jeremy Philips
As you can see this Airstream is decorated in a similar style to the Huntsman 68 Airstream, with some variations in design – such as silver rather than copper bathroom fittings – giving it some individual flair:
Here are the two Airstreams together:
And Huntsman 65 on it’s own:
Antler door handle:
Light switches set into the tartan walls:
The lounge area:
Antler door handle:
Looking towards the bedroom by the etched shower screen:
The bathroom, with silver fittings and antler mirror:
Heating controls set into the tartan wall:
Silver wash basin in the bathroom:
As promised here are some external shots from our Huntsman Airstream photo shoot the other week. This is Huntsman 68, the first of two Airstreams we refitted for the Huntsman brand – the second one is now finished too and we’ll be having a photo shoot with that one too, so stay tuned for more delicious Airstream pictures, coming soon!
Following hot on the tail of the Huntsman 68 Airstream which we featured on the blog last week – the Huntsman 65 is now finished and has left the workshop. This Airstream was the second of two custom projects for the Huntsman brand, which will be used for promotions before being used as luxury lodges on their owners estate. Here are a few snaps of Huntsman 65 to whet your appetite and we’ll be posting much more once this Airstream has been photographed by our wonderful photographer Jeremy Phillips.
Stay tuned to the blog find out about our next exciting project which the team have already started working on!
As promised here are some shots from the photoshoot of the Huntsman 68 Airstream which is now finished and off on a promotional tour for the Huntsman brand. this is the first of two Airstreams we have fitted out – the second is in our workshop and nearing completion – so stay tuned to the blog for more news! Today we’ve got some interior shots so come back later in the week to see what this beautiful shiny Landyacht looks like from the outside!
In the ARC workshop today – we’re working on the Airstream Poolhouse again – here you can see the window surrounds going in:
In the workshop today – work is progressing steadily on the Huntsman 65 Airstream.
Here you can see more work to repair the underbelly of the Airstream:
In this picture the bathroom sections are being fitted in the bedrooom ensuite which also features a bespoke cocktail cabinet:
Dave cuts one of the wall sections ready to fit:
Whilst Darren cuts the dark red interior aluminium skin: