Sunday, May 8, 2011

Trailer envy

This is Buttercup she was at the Junk Salvation show in Hilsboro, Oregon

Completely redone kitchen sooo bright and cheery!


I adore these yellow and red upholstered dinette seats!

Here's my little shabby chic'e Aladdin . This is my booth at The Junk Salvation Show a couple months ago. The May show is coming up next weekend in Puyallup, Wa go here for more details


My Aladdin is a 15ft 1963. This is my very first trailer and I still love her, but I have yet to give her a name any ideas?


This was the front of my trailer I covered the hitch with a tutu lamp shade.










18 comments:

  1. Just found your blog. I love little vintage trailers. In 1970, I had a 16' Aristocrat - I sure wished I had it now. Love your redo - they are so neat.

    Wished I didn't lived in the Midwest (Indiana).
    Hugs,
    Connie

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  2. I love your trailer- Just darling. I am just fascinated by them. I have re-habbed houses for years and I think it would be fun to restore one of these for fun. I don't know but your little Shasta just has such a peaceful, serene look about her. It made me think of the name Serena. Whatever you call her- she is beautiful! Hugs-Diana

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  3. Love this and the name Buttercup as we have a 61 Compact named Baby Buttercup (: I'd love to exchange blog links with you if you'd like. I'll hop over and get you added. I am really enjoying both this blog about the whole trailer obsession (I can SO relate) and the other one you have about junk (another passion of mine).

    Kelle
    DaisyShasta.blogspot.com

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  4. I would call me "green with envy" LOL.. I have a mystery, un-named, old tin can myself. I could not pass her up and she is now sitting in a lovely space in my yard. I am starting to work on her and have so many ideas...but where to start LOL.... I want to take her out on the road next summer..meanwhile, my grandkids think that they have the greatest clubhouse ever...
    Jean

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  5. Amy, I love your buttercup. If I had the cash I would come get it this minute! Valerie

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  6. Do you have photos of the inside of your Aladin?

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  7. She is the exact color of those old fashioned buttermint...so how about "Buttermint"? I've just started a blog about my vintage trailer named Petunia. I'm still working on the blog layout and am new to the blog world.

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  8. Aweee sooo pretty!!!
    I love them all!!
    Now I want one!

    Cheers from the East Coast!

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  9. I'm your newest follower. I love vintage trailers. Friends have one on their pumpkin farm and it's fabulous. Thanks for sharing these beauties.

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  10. Do you have more info about the trailers, like how much they weigh. (I need to know if I can tow it). Also, they are all road- ready?

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  11. She's beautiful...I'd christen her "Genie" - for obvious reasons, of course!! :)

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  12. I would call her "Lacie" or "Lacey" she is beautiful!! as are the others. I just purchased a 1970 Shasta and redid her into a theme that reflects our lifestyle with horses. I named her after my grandmother and a cousin who have both passed, yet shared my passion for country things. You can see Pearlie Rose at my blogspot and let me know what you think. I have really enjoyed your vintage trailers. thanks for posting.
    http://pearlie-rose.blogspot.com

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  13. I think you just named her yourself. Tutu!!

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  14. Do you have any 8ft, 10ft something small? I would love to purchase one of yours.

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  15. Hi Amy, Just stop in to say I love your Blog. All these cute trailers, I can't get enough of them. I'm Hooked...lol I am from Oregon and I would love to know how and where you find all your trailers as I'm looking for one myself to fix up shabby chic. I have linked you to my page at

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bunny-Tales-Cottage/455639461144187

    Stop by and take a peek. Thank you for sharing all your lovelyness. Colleen :o)

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