1970 Airstream Sovereign 31′

Client: Active family of four
Vessel: 1970 Airstream Sovereign 31′
Location: Pacific Northwest
Purpose: Explore wild places in their backyard

Design Highlights:

An active family of four from the Pacific Northwest who plan to explore the many wild places in their backyard thanks to off-the-grid functionality. Mom and Dad, along with their two daughters (12 and 1), and two doggies are planning to travel cross-country for several months and beyond.

Paramount among this family’s priorities was sustainability, durability and eco-friendly. Their tow vehicle is a 2014 Nissan Armada 4WD with 9000 lbs of towing capacity is more than enough for their 1970 Airstream Sovereign of the Road 31’er.

The mid-bath floor plan features a “U” shaped dining table in front that easily converts into sleeping for two thanks to a sturdy hydraulic gas assist table leg. The mid-bathroom entry is a surface sliding door that faces a generous kitchen area with plenty of food prep and storage space.

Next to the kitchen is a mid-coach sofa/children’s nook that can double as a twin bed.

In the rear of the coach is a generous master bedroom suite that offers privacy for Mom and Dad thanks to another surface sliding door. There’s generous storage tucked below the bed and above thanks to an overhead bunk.

The overall design aesthetic is contemporary cool. White walls balanced with soft toned flooring create an inviting, spacious space.


  • Rectangular stainless steel utility sink
  • Commercial-style brushed nickel faucet
  • Corian countertop
  • Stainless 3-burner range stove/oven
  • Bamboo dining table with adjustable gas rise assist leg base
  • Double door refrigerator
  • Wood paint grade cabinets
  • Swiss Coffee painted walls and ceiling
  • Sliding bathroom door with hardwood frame with plexiglass interior
  • Stainless steel sliding door hardware with recessed handle
  • Rain-style shower system
  • Self-draining floor through removable Teak bath matt
  • Stainless linear bar-style bathroom sink
  • Audio player with mp3 amp, pair 5” speakers
  • 1000 watt inverter with 50 amp charger
  • Breaker panel with 55 amp converter
A family having food inside the Camper Van

Why so few photos? Innovative Spaces was founded in 2015 when our owner Nate Stover, who was then the head builder for Hofmann Architecture, took over the facility, tools and construction team from Hofmann to continue to grow the business. As such, we don't have as many photos as we'd like of this Airstream, but the timelessness of this project lives on and is a great example of what you might expect from us.

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