For all you modern-design-loving, wanderlusting nomads, Airstream’s Bambi trailer may be just the ticket. The 75-year old company has long been known for their sleekly-designed, fully-loaded travel trailers, and the Bambi is no exception. One of the smallest models in their product line, Bambi doesn’t skimp on quality, offering a happy marriage of economy and efficiency, wrapped up in a well-designed package. Its interior boasts quite the list of amenities for such a compact space, from a full kitchen to pull-out sofa and bunkable beds. The International CCD Model owes its genius design to Christopher Deam, who has designed many a mobile design concept over the years.
Available in five models ranging from approximately $30,000 to $60,000 for the 75th anniversary edition, the Bambi trailer is a great economical and design-minded option. Interior details include aluminum detailing, 1940’s inspired upholstery, recessed lighting, and warm woodtones. And thanks to its lightweight, hand-riveted, all aluminum aircraft construction, you can travel with a Bambi as fast and as far as with your car alone.