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Glamping in Vintage Campers

Camping doesn't always mean "roughing it." Take a look at some modern luxuries added to restored travel trailers on the hit TV show Flippin' RVs .

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©2014 Flyte Camp LLC

©2014 Flyte Camp LLC

©2014 Flyte Camp LLC

©2014 Flyte Camp LLC

©2014 Flyte Camp LLC

©2014 Flyte Camp LLC

©2014 Flyte Camp LLC

©2014 Flyte Camp LLC

©2014 Flyte Camp LLC

©2014 Flyte Camp LLC

©2014 Flyte Camp LLC

For easy entertaining in a limited space, a barware rack was fitted onto the side of the kitchen cabinets to hold aluminum tumblers and goblets. 

A pull-out wine drawer takes up less space than a standalone wine rack. 

Here is a view of both the wine drawer and the barware rack (from the last two photos). The wine drawer is on the left and the barware is hanging across from it. A vintage airplane, birch cabinetry and chrome accents add to the camper's retro 1940s vibe. 

There were definitely no TVs in 1950s campers, but this vintage RV has three. To conserve space, this TV is hidden in the countertop and pops up at the touch of a button.

A custom leather banquette provides ample space for lounging. 

When it's bedtime, a rollaway ottoman fits in the center of the sofa to create one big bed. 

Modern speakers would have looked out of place in a vintage camper, so Anna and Justin -- owners of Flyte Camp -- hid the speakers above the windows in the camper's original soffit.  

The surround-sound speaker in the upper left-hand corner matches the rest of the camper's classic wood design. 

In this camper, the wall-mounted TV can be tilted either toward the kitchen or lounge area. 

In the bedroom of this camper, the TV is housed in a custom-made wood frame to match the interior. 

Stainless-steel countertops make for easy cleanup and give vintage campers a high-end feel.

The stainless-steel countertop and backsplash provide a retro feel and reflect light to brighten up the whole camper.