The Draper is a Mad Men-inspired tiny home on wheels. The RV’s interiors are made of white-washed pine, with 10-foot-tall ceilings, recessed lighting, and clerestory windows that make the whole thing look like a shrunken version of Don’s swanky apartment. There’s a sleeping loft, a walk in-shower, a washer and dryer, and even a mud room.
On the outside, the Draper has the angular shapes that define many midcentury-modern homes. One side lowers to become a deck, exposing a window and a wooden exterior. It’s the ideal place to sit in your Eames molded plastic rockers (or knock-offs) and gaze up at the stars.
Made by the luxury mobile home company LandArk, the Draper costs a whopping $144,900. In a world of Eames knock-offs and #vanlife aspirations, Draper is right at home.