Most of my life people have always made the assumption that because I like girly things, that I would dislike the idea of camping. This is absolutely false. In fact, I really like camping. It is my husband who is the diva and decided he will not sleep in a tent this year. Ok, the real reason is because he has a bad back (he wouldn’t be too pleased if he knew I just called him a diva…shhh…don’t tell).
You see, my grandparents run a campground in northern California each summer now that they are retired. We try to make it down there every other year. So, now the question is (since my husband is boycotting the tent this year) whether we stay at a motel in town (about a 7 minutes drive from the campground) or rent an RV.
To be honest, I’m not particularly fond of either of our choices. You see, to me, if you’re “camping”, staying at a hotel is sacrilegious. Plus, the hotels in the area aren’t exactly my style. So, that leaves us with the idea of renting an RV, but they’re so expensive.
All of this lead me to the idea of a boudoir on wheels. If you could have such a thing, what would it look like? How would you custom design your boudoir camper, trailer, motor home, etc.?
Well, these inspirational photos should get your wheels turning (get it)…..
Believe it or not, you could actually stay in one of these fabulous Airstream trailers, if you plan to visit Cape Town, South Africa anytime soon. The roof of the Grand Daddy Hotel is the home of seven airstream trailers called the Airstream Penthouse Trailer Park.
Sorry ladies, you aren’t going to be able to stay in the trailers featured below, but I still wanted to share them with you because they are sooo boudwonderful (boudoir + wonderful).
This 1953 vintage Field & Stream trailer, named lil’ Cupcake belongs to Cat who also happens to have a great blog that I just discovered (and that you should check out) called The Vintage Housewife.
…and this one belongs to Desperate Housewives star, Marcia Cross. Yes, this is actually her trailer!