Miranda Lambert's trailer just got a total overhaul—again! For the job, the country star turned to the same women who designed it the first time in 2010: sisters Amie Sikes and Jolie Sikes-Smith, better known as the Junk Gypsies.
After eight years on the road, the singer's famous 1952 Airstream, dubbed "Wanda the Wanderer," needed to be completely gutted and redecorated—and the singer was blown away by the results.
"It is incredible," Miranda gushed in a video on HGTV's The Find & The Fix page. "I couldn't have even dreamed up how great it turned out … I literally didn't know what to expect, but I knew it was going to be awesome because it's y'all."
Previously, the Gypsies shared a video of the demo. Not only did Miranda's crew put plenty of miles on "Wanda the Wanderer," but the inside has gotten a lot of wear and tear as well.
"Number one, I'm sorry," Miranda told Amie. "Bless her heart, she's been rode hard and put up with it," she said, describing the space as a "rolling dressing room" or "fellowship … except with liquor."
The design process followed. Inspired by Miranda's Texas roots and the name of her tour, "Livin' Like Hippies," the Sikes sisters filled the trailer with fringe and velvet. A faux snake skin booth and a salvaged church pew provide plenty of seating.
Overall, the finished product was very Texas, very boho-chic, and very "Miranda." Clearly she agreed; on Instagram, the artist added: "My Texas soul sisters inspire me so much."
Want to meet the Junk Gypsies? will be appearing at the Ikaroo Fair in Nashville on Saturday, April 21st at 11 a.m. .