It’s so shiny but the bedroom has about six fewer dreamcatchers than I imagined.
And just look at that California ocean (and Fiji water product placement).
The interior gave off a cozy, California bohemian vibe. Comfy cushions lined the sofa, knickknacks were scattered around the living area.
The modest bedroom, nicknamed the “honeycomb” for its rounded roof, was tucked at the back of the trailer. An earth-tone blanket and suspended dream catcher invited a good night’s sleep.
All in all, just a fun-loving guy in a trailer.
To make the trailer more personal, the actor swapped the picnic-style table it came with for a traditional wooden table he had made by a Louisiana craftsman. Mindful of every square foot in his tight quarters, McConaughey used low benches as seating because they could slide beneath the table when not in use.
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