Florida resident Sasha Glass is a multi-talented artist that designs furniture, graphic design layouts, custom bohemian fashion and festival attire, when she isn’t renovating tiny home-vintage campers. For her art isn’t confined to what you find in a museum or a gallery:
“I know art, to some people, means a few abstract and colorful streaks on a canvas, but to me it is in just about everything I see, touch, hears, feel and taste. It is everywhere. When I look at something I find the potential in it, then I size up whether it’s obtainable to restore, create or re-invent with my skill set. If it is, I go for it! If it’s not, well…. then I learn about it to its fullest extent until it IS!”
As a child, she constantly followed her father, a skilled contractor around, and the skills she picked up now come to good use when she restores old vintage campers.
1955 Dalton camper
This 1955 Dalton was renovated by Sasha Glass in the summer of 2017. The exterior is painted coral and white in a scallop design, while the interior is cream, coral and dark wood. The subfloor and walls has been repaired, the roof vent is replaced and the roof resealed. An external shower has been constructed and Sasha has created an external hot and cold water option from the water heater using copper pipe and sharkbite/Pex tubing for the external shower. The wooden shower floor is foldable for storage and easy use. The old kitchen countertop was replaced with a custom made decorative, fluid and cohesive backsplash and countertop and a portable Haier A/C unit and mini fridge was installed. Sasha also custom made the table, a plank wall, shelving, paint and upholstery.
1974 Lark camper
The 1974 Lark was renovated in the fall of 2016. The exterior is painted teal, seafoam and white in a stripped design while Sasha has kept to a teal, grey and white palette with dark wood accents for the interior. The old kitchen countertop has been replaced by a new custom tile backsplash and wooden countertop and outside an external shower has been constructed. All old electrical wiring has been replaced with new wiring and the camper has been equipped with new tail lights, side markers, wiring harness, adapter and tires. And new Propane tank, regulator and copper tubing and flares have been installed.
1971 Tag-A-Long camper
This 1971 Tag-A-Long was renovated by Sasha Glass in the spring of 2016 where the tired wood interior got a much needed update. The purple, cream and dark wood color scheme gives the camper a lovely modern and bohemian vibe. The old kitchen countertop was replaced with a new decorative, fluid and cohesive backsplash and countertop and the plank wall and shelving were also created custom for the Tag-A-Long as well as the upholstery, pillows and window treatments.