Who doesn’t love shopping at Whole Foods? The veggies are divine, fish is abundant (and for land locked Denver, that is essential), excellent quality and it’s just an overall fun shopping experience. Today, while shopping for our dinner tonight~fish and various veggies, I found this super dooper cute re-usable shopping bag. I thought how adorable it will look in my Airstream one day. Think I’ll go back and get a couple more. Only $0.99 each.
I can see this new Espro Press in the kitchen of my new Airstream (one day soon!!!).
“The Espro Press is a precision coffee brewer, similar to a french press, but with a patent-pending two-stage micro-filter that preserves all of the freshly brewed flavors and aromas, while keeping sediment out of your cup.” Retail $99
How awesome would this clock be in an Airstream? I have actually seen similar versions of this clock (or maybe it was this clock!!) in photos of Airstreams. I have to admit that my design taste is geared towards the mountain, Colorado feel. Lots of stone and wood is what I prefer. But, with the hopes of our own Airstream one day, it’s been fun and challenging to move my taste (for the Airstream only!) towards Midcentury Modern style. What else would you put in the riveted aluminum tube anyway? Well, I know-the Airstreams “Classics” out there do share my passion for the wood and cozy feel. But, why duplicate my house with our land yacht?
From Design Within Reach
I took Hubs on his first adventure to IKEA last Saturday. He had never experienced the “machine” that IKEA is. We stumbled upon some great ideas for our Airstream. Well, I know, I know~we don’t own an Airstream “YET”. But, it was still fun to imagine and dream. We did purchase this useful trivet for our home kitchen in hopes that one day it will adorn our Airstream kitchen as well.
IKEA Lamplig Trivet, stainless steel, $6.99
IKEA has so many inexpensive and uber creative ideas for keeping your kitchen neat and tidy. We didn’t purchase this but, thought it might be very handy in an Airstream (an it folds up!!).
IKEA Grundtal Dish Drainer, stainless steel, $24.95
Since this item was being discontinued and it’s the perfect size for an Airstream kitchen (plus, it goes with the dish drainer) we were able to snag two of these, very handy and cheap “Rails”.
IKEA Grundtal Rail, stainless steel, 20 7/8″, $6.99
Thought this cutlery caddy could be a very cute planter for the inside an Airstream. Or use it for cutlery and other kitchen utensils. It would hook on the Grundtal “rail” mentioned above.
IKEA Grundtal Cutlery Caddy, stainless steel, $5.99