Monday, September 12, 2011

The Fancy Farm Girl











You know someone creative, fun, and downright feminine was behind this adorable little trailer! Seattle photographer Tiffany Kirchner-Dixon with a super cute blog aptly titled The Fancy Farm Girl received the 1959 trailer nicknamed Audree as a Mother's day gift this year, and began with the mere intention of sprucing it up. Fate wouldn't have it and the project quickly gained momentum. (That happens so easily, doesn't it?) She redid everything from the interior and exterior paint, new lighting, new door knobs and hardware, and accessorized it like no other trailer has seen. Oh how I LOVE it! There are lots of fun vintage finds, but many original items inside too, like the enamel icebox, the 1950's gray speckled flooring and the yummy aqua counter tops. To read all about the mega-transformation and for more great images taken by Tiffany herself, just head here!


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36 comments:

Luciane at HomeBunch.com said...

How sweet! This is so adorable! Definitely a happy place!

I'm wishing you a very blessed week, Erin!

xo

Luciane at HomeBunch.com

Tanya @ Dans le Townhouse said...

Wow - super bright and airy. And I love the punches of colour and pattern. Very girly!

tinajo said...

This is soooo colorful and fun, love it! :-)

Sharon @ Ms Magpie Designs said...

Oh how I want a travel trailer! I just posted about my love for vintage airstream trailers.....this is fabulous! Love the pink and turquoise!

Thanks for the inspiration!!

The Glamorous Housewife said...

And now I will spend the entire day obsessed with the idea of buying a trailer and redoing it to look EXACTLY like that trailer because it is AMAZING!

Thanks doll,
The Glamorous Housewife

Joanna said...

Lovely, fun and exciting trailer. Check out also 3D Rendering

Janell Louise said...

I just visited her blog and saw the outside of this adorable trailer but no inside pictures and I was disappointed :( But here you have it! I absolutely LOVE how she decorated it. She really turned something that is usually thought of as junk-yard material into something covetable! Kudos!

http://happ-ilyeverafter.blogspot.com

p-l-a-i-d said...

This is so incredibly cute! Whenever I think of a trailer, I think dingy and dirty...not flirty and fun! I cannot believe that The Fancy Farm Girl was able to transform the trailer into this fabulous space.

Melodie said...

It's always been a little hope of mine that I could one day do this to a camper! So cute!

Sylvia Cook Photography said...

that is so cute!!! love it! I'd love to have one like this!

Rayleigh said...

Absolutely the cutest trailor I've ever seen! It makes me want to buy a trailor and spruce it up!!!

www.byrayleigh.com

Cove and Grey said...

That is amazing!! Such an adorable space

Vânia Pinho said...

Olá querida, seu blog me faz suspirar e me tira do tédio!!! Parabéns pelo bom gosto!
Tive a audácia de levar algumas imagens para o meu blog mais dei os créditos, espero que não se importe.

bjssss e ótima semana

Vânia Pinho

Kristen Anderson said...

I am in LOVE!!! <3

Sarah (Mrs. Ruffled Flats) said...

Whenever I see photos of something really inspiring, my heart starts beating like crazy, my brain starts racing, and it almost feels like I'm going to explode. These photos did that to me! That trailer is AMAZING! Man, I'm rethinking ever having a little garden shed of my own or even studio - maybe I'll just plop one of these in my future backyard, fix it up, and have my little womanly space all my own!

This is so great! I'm very happy you posted it, Erin!

Anonymous said...

I think it's cute and funky, but it looks like something designed for my 12 year old niece.

This Moment said...

How cheerful! How adorable! How girly! I love it!!!

Jill

Raquel said...

That is the coolest trailer ever! Not that I would ever have a need for a trailer to travel in but if I did, it would be soo cool to sleep in there!

Cristi said...

Am I kind of dying??! I kind of am!!!

Dallas said...

I think she won an award.... I don't know what you would call it, but I think she won.

Laila Dietrichkeit said...

Olá Erin!
Hoje é meu aniversario e decidi que só postaria coisas que eu adoro! O seu blog é uma coisa que eu adoro! Por isso postarei especial p/ você!
um bjo

Lovely Scribbles said...

Oh my goodness! I absolutely LOVE this one! Awesome find, Erin!!

Sarah at Finishing Touch Interiors said...

oh my its loads of fun i love it what a cute little space so funky

Cassy said...

This makes me want a trailer!!! Thanks for sharing.

xo

www.suite4e.com

ps. I'm having a giveaway over on my blog for anyone who is interested!

Kim said...

Oh my, and then I hopped to a link she had to a lady who sells these cute retro trailers and she'd just been to a rally and had LOADS of photos of other adorable retro trailers. Be still my heart! :)

Mary said...

As someone who recently downsized, I see this as the perfect validation of the concept that beauty (and FUN) do NOT need space to thrive.

Thanks so much for this one.
Mary

jessica-andrews87 said...

Simply Gorgeous =)So much inspiration for my daughters room with the colors and everything! I love it =)

Sizzle and Zoom said...

Very charming cheerful post. It makes me smile.

HausStylish said...

omg that is soooo gorgeous. We have an old vw microbus/kombi and I can only dream of getting it to look this good! so lovely.

melish said...

love love LOVEing the blend of turquoise and white but ADORING the pink pop up!

Mr Lonely said...

walking here with a smile. take care.. have a nice day ~ =D

Regards,
http://www.lonelyreload.com (A Growing Teenager Diary) ..

Anonymous said...

This is absolutely adorable. I am wanting to get something small like this to travel in when I retire..hopefully next year. My guy may not like it, but oh well. Unfortunately, I will have to use his truck to pull it. He is living in a turquoise and white house now so I guess he won't mind. LOL
Redhot

green grace said...

oh my maybe he is a straight man after viewing this hot mess of a houseby Revathi

meadows said...

This is soooo greenful house and enjoy, love it! :-) by pR

Marion said...

TIFFANY!!!! HOLY BURRO! First of all, those Burro's.I will need to kiss one of them. Secondly, HELLO! the photo shoots are adorable. When I come in June can I have one? ( or am I too old?) LOVE the makeup too! So Retro!
OKAY and your little pink Playhouse/Trailer/Party mobile...Is outrageously fun!! Every tine I look around your blog I either see things that I have or that are WAY similar, or more stuff I simply can't live without! It's crazy how much more we have in common than I realized...which is probably a good thing because I would have bugged you to death with questions and Blah Blah...you would not have gotten anything done! I'll be back and I'll be back frequently! I am sharing some stuff on my FB page tonight and I'm gonna tweet that adorable video!

NitaU said...

My trailer is a lil bigger, and my hubby would never let me paint it pink but I LOVE yours!

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