I’ve always loved tiny vintage campers, and I am amazed at the transformations that people make with them. Isn’t all of this vintage red and white fun?
Look at this little pink cutie with the wallpapered door.
This fun camper is used in outdoor wedding venues by the Planet K & D wedding planners.
This is just way too cute! Those turquoise walls are so cheerful, and look at that chandelier. (The article did explain that the chandelier is easily removed before travel.)
Here’s another little camper that is put to good use in a business. This clever crafter brings her crafty camper to your driveway for a crafting party! I assume you can’t invite a large crowd.
I suspect that this camper stays parked. Although that wallpaper design might drive me crazy, I love the great pieces of vintage furniture and that gorgeous dark hardwood floor.
Okay, I want to park this vintage Airstream in my backyard and use it as a craft room (for all of that crafting that I have every intention of doing some day).
I love the use of a road map for wallpaper.
All of these polka dots might make me dizzy, but it is fun to see.
This retro Western look is fun too.
Since a camper is normally a part-time place, the décor can be more fun and more funky – a departure from what you’d want to live with in your home every day. Going on a short trip in one of these little campers would make me feel like I was having a real adventure.
Are you ready for a road trip? I’d love to have a little renovated vintage camper, even if it never leaves home! Every girl needs a playhouse. Hope your weekend is great. laurie
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