Monday, April 19, 2010

Quintessentially English

Lovelane Caravans
Anna Bingham was a lingerie designer now she is the owner of Lovelane Camping & Caravans in Cornwall. How diverse is that? Anna and her husband have taken caravanning to a whole new level. I felt as though I had been transported back to my childhood when I saw these images.
The one big bonus is that they are static and not in front of me on the way down the motorway.
Found via Designsponge (how come I only hear about it on an American website?)
Lovelane Caravans
Lovelane Caravans
Lovelane Caravans
Lovelane Caravans


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studioJudith said...

Charming and oh-so-versatile, indeed!

Miss Di, you might enjoy seeing my
Quintessentially American version of these, my little Airstream -
it's more of a silver spaceship,
but great fun for exploring the back roads of the American West:




decomarce said...

I love this caravan,so beautiful!

Unknown said...

These are fab. There's something so magical about caravans/campers. When I was little I was obsessed with living in a covered wagon. Your photos remind me why...

Hope you are well Di!
xo Mary Jo

Gypsy Purple said...

Oh my...fabulous!!!!

vicki archer said...

These are adorable.....xv

Mélanie A. said...

I love this gypsy style caravans

Enzie Shahmiri said...

Di, I love the 2nd to last. Now I could find a spot in the backyard and go in there to escape and dream~

Noel Solomon said...

Too much fun this is!

xo Noel

Gypsy Purple said...

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Karena said...

Di, wonderful site and fun colorful post. I love it!

Art by Karena

Marilyn Miller said...

The trailer with the tea table sitting under the awning touches my heart. Oh how I could use some time there, right there in that trailer with the sea nearby. Just beautiful!

babelfish said...

I love the gypsy caravans, so lush!