Katie Wiley, the owner of Stagecoach Detail and Design, renovated a 1971 16ft. Aristocrat Lo-Liner lovingly named, “The Cabin” because this little trailer has everything a perfect cabin retreat has to offer. The Lo-Liner has been completely renovated to feel like a cozy cabin in the woods—a space that feels inviting not only in the summer camping months, but all-year-round. Wiley explains that the Lo-Liner offers warmth and ambiance from a faux fireplace built into a charming chimney. Plus, she used beautiful fabrics made of wool and organic cotton to give it the nostalgic feeling we know and love in cabin culture. The incredible aroma of the cedar paneling makes it hard to leave this tranquil, unique space.The family owned business, Stagecoach Detail and Design, firmly believe in what they do and pour their heart and soul into every project. Their main objective is saving timeless treasures and trailers from landfills and give them a new life out on the road. Wiley says that what sets them apart from other “trailer flippers” is that they are committed to making RV's and travel trailers that feel like home.