Jumpstart Your Day: A 70-square-feet Charming Camper
Step inside the Trillium Caravan and be transported to the 19th century
A camper or a trailer is often used by people who go on camping trips. While these vehicles come in usual colors, you'll be surprised to see the Trillium Caravan built by famous woodworker Jim Tolpin. The details are amazing and it features hand-hewn wood and steel fabricated to the highest quality.
The caravan looks so regal even from the outside. The design highlights a traditional 19th Century English vardo style. Every inch is carved and painted beautifully using quality paint.
Up close, one can see the attention given to details. We can't help but admire the hand-carved trillium—a perennial flowering plant for which the caravan was named after.
As with any other small space, the caravan maximized every inch of space without sacrificing comfort. In the photo, a pull-out table is stored underneath the bed. It can be utilized for meals, reading, and quick work. Overall, the caravan can sleep three or more people as aside from the bed, the floor can also be utilized.
Storage is key! According to its specifications, the Trillium Caravan offers storage under the bed, under the sink, under the stove, and under the seats, to name a few. It also has bedside drawers and tables.
There are also precious antiques and other unique English touches within the space. These elements will surely make any trip worthwhile and memorable.