Matt and Beau of LGBTQ lifestyle blog truly are Jacks-of-all-trades. For the past few years they’ve been teaching their readers how to cook, travel well, and dress to turn heads. As if that weren’t enough, earlier this fall they added “renovations” to their growing list of can-do’s when they bought a vintage trailer named Rosie.
They found the 1969 Globestar traveler on eBay, and since driving her home have swapped out her floors, changed up her lighting and optimized her small footprint to accommodate guests and pets. The new look is soft and calming, an oasis on wheels, and blends nods to the camper’s heyday with modern additions like contemporary wallpaper, copper accents and updated lighting. Overall, the space is just as nice as any brick-and-mortar home, and after three months of hard work, is all set to hit the road in style. Scroll down to check out the transformation and read more about everything this multitalented duo did to make Rosie sing. Enjoy! —
Image above: Matt and Beau had very little renovation experience when they bought this retro trailer. All told, the camper and its new furnishings cost them $10,000.