Airstream’s New “Comfort White” Travels In Style

01.24.20 | By
Airstream’s New “Comfort White” Travels In Style

Airstream owners are a passionate and aesthete bunch, with numerous examples of trailer owners taking things into their own hands and modernizing the interiors of their favorite trailers to their tastes and specifications. The trailer manufacturer is fully aware of the desires of their customer base, and in turn have announced an all-new design-forward interior décor for its flagship 2020 Classic Travel Trailer line catering to clientele who want to travel in style.

Available in both Queen or two Twin beds, both options are power adjustable to make sitting or sleeping at a more elevated position easy. In the Twin configuration, a nightstand offers extra storage and a device charging station.

Airstream’s Comfort White theme is described as “Scandinavian-minimalist” in design, with the interior of the silver bullet trailer outfitted with a mostly monochromatic theme that reads like Virgil Abloh on a roadtrip vacation. The theme is realized using two shades of “ultraleather” upholstery, Shaker-style cabinets, dark Corian countertops with a star-like swirl, grass-cloth woven/textured vinyl floors, and the golden glint of German-imported brass hardware appointing the interior with a modern and luxe vibe.

Smart Control Technology offers occupants the ability to control and monitor lighting and temperature control, alongside access the internet.

The glamping set will find the 2020 Classic Travel Trailer’s kitchen more than capable for cooking up something well beyond campfire fare, with the cooking space fitted with a stovetop, oven, and convection microwave all within arm’s reach. A large stainless steel sink and counter space makes prep and clean-up easy, with a stacked brushed stainless steel refrigerator completing the kitchen appointments.

Unlike other trailers, Airstream keeps the toilet and the showers in separate sections of the cabin. The toilet and vanity operate as a half-bath, with a shower available across in its own dedicated section.

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Gregory Han is Tech Editor of Design Milk. A Los Angeles native with a profound love and curiosity for design, hiking, tide pools, and road trips, a selection of his adventures and musings can be found at