Tiny House Tour | Big Sky Design
If you are as obsessed with the tiny house trend as we are, then you’re going to love Big Sky Design’s remodel of an old camper to serve as the company’s mobile interior design boutique. Modeled after the ever-popular food truck trend, Jennifer Kraner, the owner of Big Sky Design, noted that design is food for your soul.
The “before” image of Bea, named after Jennifer’s grandmother. Jennifer found this gem on Craigslist and jumped at the chance to create North Carolina’s first mobile design boutique!
Bea clearly needed some TLC and Big Sky Design had some big ideas for this little space. Big Sky Design had a clear vision to retain the funk and charm of the original camper but update the space to showcase materials they often use in their designs.
The transformation is jaw-dropping. The blend of mid-century modern and quirky pillows encapsulate the character of Bea and Big Sky Design’s endless imagination. Pro-tip: Check out the mix of pillows! Big bold patterns and muted pastels blend seamlessly to create an interesting space with little more than fabric.
To maximize space, the living room doubles as the bedroom with a bunk bed that pulls over the seating area!
The full-kitchen compliments the pastel vibe in the “living room” (can we call it a living room? Sitting room?) with aqua tile work and pastel accessories. Calacatta Nuvo updates and opens the space because of the light color and clean finish.
Big Sky Design has completely changed our mind about camper living! While we still aren’t sure if we could live in under 100 sq ft of space, we are willing to give it a go if the camper looks anything like Bea.
The camper is used for private design consultations, pop up parties, and employees even take her out for glamping on the weekends!
Bea is our new bae.