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Two-time Women’s Professional Rodeo Association Barrel Racing World Champion Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi believes a comfortable living space makes for better performance in the arena. With 20 years of experience living life on the rodeo road, it’s safe to say she knows what she’s talking about. 

When the time came to upgrade her current rig, it’s no surprise Brittany turned to the talented team at Signature Quarters for her living quarters conversion. 

“I’ve had a lot of trailers over the years and they all kind of look the same,” Brittany said. “Quality is a huge thing for me, they have to last going up and down the road. Stepping in this trailer I knew I made the right choice with Signature Quarters. I’ve never had a trailer that looked quite like this in quality and design.”

Working with the designers at Signature Quarters, Brittany created a space that checks all the boxes for style and function.

“We were excited for the opportunity to work with a seasoned professional like Brittany,” said Signature Quarters owner and designer Abby Clark. “We value the experience and knowledge she has of what really works for life on the road. Brittany knew what she wanted both in a floor plan and design. Our team just filled in a few missing pieces to the puzzle and executed the plan to bring it to life.”

That hands-on approach paid off according to Brittany.

“When I started this venture I had a few specific things in mind,” Brittany said. “I knew what I wanted in a floorplan and what I needed to make the trailer functional for my family. After our design meeting, I knew it was going to look good, but I was shocked that it looked this great.”

Knowing she was working with a smaller floorplan, Brittany chose white walls and a cream leather sofa to keep the main living space light. Shadow grey alder cabinets added a stunning contrast to the color palette — and are a cinch to keep clean when on the road with her young daughter, Tinlee.

Brittany handpicked a modern chevron backsplash tile, white quartzite bianco formica countertops and grey-toned bedding with a southwest flare to tie the design together.

“With this being a smaller trailer without a slideout, I was really worried about it looking and feeling small,” Brittany said. “I knew I wanted light colors to keep it open and airy. The dark cabinets with the white walls and light-colored couch look amazing.”

Beautiful design wasn’t the only thing on Brittany’s list.  A space that is functional and efficient for her traveling family was just as important.

“The most important thing was a good spot for my coffee pot in the morning.” Brittany joked. “And the dinette was important for our daughter to sit, color, watch tv. It gets long and boring on the road sometimes and this is the perfect spot for her.”

The team at Signature Quarters is used to working “inside the box” and created a layout with a half-dinette and a fold-down bunk to maximize the use of the space. They utilized every inch inside the bathroom to create plenty of storage including shelving and a wardrobe, plus saved room for an upgraded wet wall panel shower.

“In the design process Brittany and I had lots of discussions about creating a space with a small footprint that still has an open, airy feel and is also super functional,” Clark said. “I think we did just that! We are already brainstorming and looking forward to the next one!”

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“I really wouldn’t have to recommend Signature Quarters,” Brittany said. “Signature tells the story right here – their quality, their design, just the small things that you don’t even think about. The SQ teams thinks about those things. This trailer speaks for itself.” 

Brittany will be competing this week in her “sweet sixteenth” Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. She comes in to the Finals in the number 12 position but has her eyes on a third world championship.

“Brittany is such a fun cowgirl to watch all year long, but especially in Vegas,” Clark said.  “We can’t wait to cheer her on!”