Take a look inside Pottery Barn and Airstream’s new luxury $145,500 trailer, which sleeps 5 people and has a solid oak dining table

Pottery Barn Airstream trailer
The Airstream trailer comes decked out with Pottery Barn furnishings.

  • Pottery Barn and Airstream are selling a luxury $145,500 travel trailer.
  • The companies worked together on the design, which comes with Pottery Barn hardware and furnishings.
  • The trailer can sleep up to five, and comes with either twin beds or a queen bed. Take a look inside.
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Pottery Barn and Airstream are selling a 28-foot travel trailer, with prices starting at $145,500. It’s on sale at dealers across the US.

Pottery Barn Airstream trailer

Source: Airstream

The companies describe the Pottery Barn Special Edition Travel Trailer as “the perfect blend of comfort and style.”

Pottery Barn Airstream trailer

The two companies worked together on the design, which incorporates Pottery Barn hardware and furnishings into a trailer made by Airstream. Furniture includes a custom-made sofa inspired by Pottery Barn’s Big Sur Collection …

Pottery Barn Airstream trailer

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… and a solid oak hardwood table. It also comes with a load of accessories, like a 16-piece mason stoneware dinnerware set, and an outdoor folding table and
armchair set.

Pottery Barn Airstream trailer

Soft furnishings are provided, too. These include curtains, bedding, and cushions.

Pottery Barn Airstream trailer

It also comes with an outdoor hanging table that you can attach to the window …

Pottery Barn Airstream trailer

… as well as what the companies describe as a an “airline-style” table that stows away in the arm of the sofa.

Pottery Barn Airstream trailer

The trailer can sleep up to five, and is available with either twin beds or a queen bed.

Pottery Barn Airstream trailer
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A brand-new Pokémon game for the Nintendo Switch was just unveiled, and it’s the open-world game fans have been waiting years for

Pokemon Legends: Arceus
An image from the upcoming Nintendo Switch game, “Pokemon Legends: Arceus.”

  • A brand-new type of Pokémon game was unveiled in a presentation on Friday morning.
  • “Pokémon Legends: Arceus” looks like the open-world, 3D Pokémon game that fans have wanted for years.
  • The game is headed to Nintendo’s Switch, and is scheduled to launch in “early” 2022.
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For years, Pokémon video game fans have been clamoring for an open-world version of the wildly popular game series.

And on Friday morning, they finally got exactly that: “Pokémon Legends: Arceus” is an open-world Pokémon game headed to the Nintendo Switch in “early” 2022, The Pokémon Company announced in a video presentation.

The game “honors past Pokémon games’ core gameplay while infusing new action and RPG elements,” according to its website – a mix of the mainline Pokémon games with a more active style of gameplay. 

The game is already being compared to Nintendo’s 2017 reinvention of the “Legend of Zelda” franchise, “Breath of the Wild,” particularly because of a camera move from the trailer that looks very familiar:

Beyond the art style and open-world nature of both games, the debut trailer for “Pokémon Legends” demonstrates that it’s still foundationally a Pokémon game.

Tracking, battling, and capturing Pokémon is core to the gameplay of “Legends,” albeit in a very old version of the Sinnoh region from the “Pokémon Diamond” and “Pokémon Pearl” games. “The story unfolds in a long-gone era, before the idea of being a Pokémon Trainer or having a Pokemon League even existed,” the company said.

The game is headed to Nintendo’s Switch console, and it’s scheduled to launch in “early” 2022.

Check out the debut trailer for “Pokémon Legends: Arceus” right here:

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