Here are some more photos of one of our recent Airstream Motorhome restoration projects. This minimalist design shows how versatile our team is in listening to what our clients need to create the perfect home from home for them – whether that is filled with colour and disco lights or something more subtle.
This Airstream features a refined take on our trademark LED starry ceiling, with the owner’s star sign constellations set into the upholstered ceiling of the motorhome.
As you can see here, we pay careful attention to every detail in each of our projects, with everything finished to a meticulously high standard.
In the ARC workshop today – a break from the bling! After the shiny and brightly coloured finish of our recently finished Dubai Airstream project, we’re now working with some traditional oak.
This 30ft Airstream Sovereign is being fitted with oak panelled end caps, oak panelled walls and an oak ‘barrel top’ ceiling. The oak ceiling is similar to the one we installed in Winnie the Winnebago (pictured bottom) which was inspired by the ceiling of a romany caravan.
Winnie the Winnebago (below)
In the workshop today, the Dubai Airstream is looking good as the soft furnishings are fitted. The side of this Airstream opens up to create an outdoor entertainment area.
In the ARC workshop today: This fabulous golden cocktail bar is under construction in the Dubai Airstream – one of our luxury Airstream refit projects which is being shipped out to Dubai once it is completed.
The bar was decorated by our new upholsterer, Chris Burns. Chris renovates VW campers and will be joining ARC soon – so we will become even more of a hub for all things retro! You can also see in this picture that this Airstream is being fitted with one of our classic ‘starry sky’ lighting designs with twinkling, colour-changing LEDS set into the ceiling.
Meanwhile one of our early projects, the Weber Barbecue Airstream has come back to the workshop for a service and buff and polish ready to hit the road again this summer as it tours the UK demonstrating the delights of Weber barbecues. You can see more pictures of this Airstream project on our website gallery page and blog.
In the workshop today – this stage area is being created on the Dubai Airstream. Once finished, this deluxe project is going to be shipped out to Dubai where the Airstream and stage will be used for special events and weddings.
In the workshop today we’re doing some more Airstream polishing! Here you can see the team polishing an Airstream with a new side that they fitted earlier.
The temperature in the UK has certainly taken a dip in the last week or so but here in the ARC workshop some members of the team are keeping warm by polishing these Airstreams. It’s a tough job that requires a lot of repetition and elbow grease – but the results are certainly stunning!
As you may have seen from our blog just before Christmas we finished an Airstream 280 Motorhome project and sent it off to it’s happy owners – and now he we are starting another one…
Here you can see the beginning of the project as we start with the basics before moving onto the bling. We are checking that the motorhome is structurally sound before laying a brand new floor and fitting insulation and a polished end cap.
Keep your eyes on the blog in 2016 to see how this exciting new project turns out as we show you the work in progress, every step of the way.
Here are some photos from our latest finished project a lovely Airstream 280 with a simple, neutral theme. All images by the brilliant Jeremy Phillips:
In the workshop today: this Airstream is being fitted with a polished brass end cap:
Meanwhile, Darren and Dave are discussing the cocktail cabinet which is going to be fitted into the Dubai Airstream: