You Can Now Airbnb "The Muffin Mansion" (Yes, That's A Good Thing)

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In a previous life, this camper was the food truck for Katie Cupcake, serving up delicious treats in Flagstaff, Arizona. Today, it's parked in Ginger and Lewis’ garden in Oakland, California, where it serves as a whimsical haven for weary travelers. The 1964 Kenskill camper has been fabulously restored and customized so that guests can play “pretend camp” while enjoying the comforts of home.          
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The Muffin Mansion, as the camper is named, has a wonderfully quirky and colorful exterior.
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The interior is an eclectic mix of retro and modern furnishings.
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The curtains are decorated with cupcake prints — a wink towards the camper's former function. Even though the kitchen is quite small, there was just enough space to fit a double sink.

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The interior feels much more spacious than it did during the cupcake days.

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The full bathroom contains a flush toilet, sink, separate shower, and a modern baroque mirror.
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All gray water (from the sinks and shower) is filtered through a composting worm bin and recycled into the garden.
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Like the rest of the interior, the tiny dining area is delightfully colorful.

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The bottom of the bed and the crystal chandelier are both adorned with broderie anglaise.
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At the moment, you can't book the camper — but Ginger and Lewis promise it will be back on Airbnb in a couple of months.

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