My Houzz: New Life and Style for a 1976 Airstream eclectic-patio
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My Houzz: New Life and Style for a 1976 Airstream Eclectic Patio, Salt Lake City

Photo: Lucy Call © 2014 Houzz
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Eclectic gravel patio photo in Salt Lake City with no cover — Houzz

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daniellekay1969 wrote:
I'm trying to remodel my Grandma old trailer! And have no idea were to - Everything needs to go! & get gutted out were so I start & began!
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lobelia
That is such a cool looking a trailer. What are you planning to do with it? Live in it or use it as an accessory room? Of course, you already know the first step - clear everything out. Then trash, keep, and donate all the stuff.
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bootzyguy wrote:
patio material - What is the material for this patio? Thanks!
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Cynthia Lemmon

I see rocks, wood, an old metal barrel and plastic... this is a FUN place to be!!

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toniyoung wrote:
where did you find your Airstream Trailer?
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Solace Home Design wrote:
I have used your picture in my blog by mentioning your name. - Hello I am a Houzz "the inspirer" badge blog writer. Please corporate below link with your inserts and changes. Thank you in advance Sincerely, Debra from Solace Home Design http://www.solacehomedesign.com/time-immemorial-backyard-fire-pit-ideas/
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flora ortega wrote:
RV OWNER - I want to remodel my KEYSTONE TOYHAULER ,,,,BUT NEED HELP WITH PICTURE IDEAS??? WHERE CSN I FIND HELP????
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Lucy Call added this to My Houzz: New Life and Style for a 1976 Airstream
Menzel is now improving the exterior of the trailer. Some of the updates include recaulking all the windows and seams, sanding and refinishing the main trailer frame and possibly doing a full repolishing. “These are now fun tasks that I can take plenty of time on, unlike the mad dash in midwinter to finish the inside,” he says. Menzel loves living in Salt Lake City, since there are a lot of options for tiny-home parking and the city is surrounded by the Rocky Mountains. “This city-mountain clash means that within minutes, you can go from downtown to isolated canyons — the perfect dynamic for off-grid living and gorgeous views,” he describes. He was planning to move with his Airstream to the San Francisco Bay Area and says, “Driveways, backyards, vacant lots and alleys are all welcome.”
Mitchell Parker added this to Houzz TV: See a Man Turn a ’70s Airstream Into a Cool, Happy Home
He parks the trailer on a 40-foot lot at the back of a friend’s house in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City.

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Jean Williams added this to My home
It's like a little village outside, its cute and cozy

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