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Wooden teardrop trailer is like a tiny land yacht for camping

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It can be pulled by almost any car

The Hütte Hut trailer designed by Sprouting Sprocket Studio.
All photos by Skye Moorhead & David Johnston/Hütte Hut

It’s hard to update a classic camper, whether it’s the iconic silver bullet Airstream, the legendary Winnebago, or a cult-classic shape like the teardrop trailer. But Santa Barbara-based Hütte Hut does a good job rethinking an old favorite with their wooden teardrop caravan.

Using a yacht-like aesthetic and warm colors, the Hütte Hut trailer boasts double doors, expansive windows, bowed trusses, and a sun diffusing canopy that lets in plenty of light. A dry weight of 850 pounds means that it’s towable by most vehicles, and the trailer can sleep two.

You won’t be doing much else in the Hütte Hut besides sleeping or relaxing, but a Joubert Okume marine ply exterior, Baltic Birch wood floors and fixtures, and solid wood trusses make for an inviting space. Optional extras include interior window coverings, a battery system, additional floor storage, and LED lighting.

First launched in 2015, the Hütte Hut trailer starts at $63,900. If you’re interested, head over here for more info.

All photos by Skye Moorhead & David Johnston/Hütte Hut
All photos by Skye Moorhead & David Johnston/Hütte Hut
All photos by Skye Moorhead & David Johnston/Hütte Hut
All photos by Skye Moorhead & David Johnston/Hütte Hut