Karine's airstream was the aesthetic inspiration for the house she built. Elements of it were used in the house and the airstream became an extended room connected by a covered walkway from the house. The airstream was completely gutted down to a tin can shell. On the exterior, all the old protrusions from vents, HVAC equipment, etc. were removed for a sleeker look, since they were no longer needed. Framing on the interior had to be custom cut to fit the curvature. Closed cell spray foam was used to insulate the space. The walls were covered with narrow beveled edge pine boards to accommodate the curves and create a barrel look. Pine was milled from a local sawmill. The walls on both ends were covered with aluminum panels. Hardwood maple flooring was installed. Custom built in maple storage units were installed with solid cherry tops. A custom built in maple bed was installed with drawers beneath.