My Cool Caravan

My Cool Caravan
Author : Jane Field-Lewis
Publisher : Rizzoli Publications
Total Pages : 160
Release : 2010-03-19
ISBN 10 : 9781862058781
ISBN 13 : 1862058784
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

My Cool Caravan Book Description:

A weekend away in a stylish caravan provides the perfect antidote to 21st-century living and more and more people are now taking a look at caravans, breathing fresh 'retro' vibes into the humble caravan and campervan. Old style caravans and campervans also tap into the nostalgia/retro market and the desire for a simpler lifestyle. my cool caravan aims to inspire with both text and well-styled photography a new generation of caravan and campervan owners and provide an idiosyncratic sourcebook for the design conscious. The inspiration for the styling can come from many different sources – this book looks at 40 styled caravans of all vintages, from across the world, covering themes such as Country Cottage, Old Retro, Trailer Park Treasures, Silver Bullets and Recycled.

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