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Many of the details of the trailer’s interior have been crafted by hand. The original chandelier piece is born of a vintage tea pot and copper pipes. The illusion of a library is devised by using a clever wallpaper and much of the interior incorporates found wood, leather, and various metals. All of the leather present in the trailer is from an old couch which the designer purchased for the equivalent of $22.

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dave moult, teardrop trailer, steampunk, 19th century design, copper, leather, recycled materials

The exterior is fitted with a hatch which holds a stove top and kitchen space. A industrially ornate fold-down sink is located on one side of the vehicle and the exposed wires and pipes of the absorption refrigerator can be seen on the other. The design is a celebration of both mechanical and natural elements, and truly one of its kind.

+ Dave Moult

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