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Retro living on the move with the Barefoot Caravan

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We were sold just by looking at the outside. But the inside of the Barefoot Caravan is every bit as stylish.

This is a modern-day take on a vintage Teardrop look. Nothing new on that front, we have featured an updated Teardrop in the last, as well as the similar T@B 320 Retro Caravan in the past. But this one takes rounded a step further. This one is almost egg-shaped.

For that reason, this is a real head turner. But it would mean nothing if the inside didn’t match up. It certainly does. The designers have ben forced to use the curves for the internal finish, but the end result really does work, offering Tardis-like space that covers pretty much all your needs.

That space includes a bathroom (with a shower tray that drops down to ensure you don’t have to), kitchen with two-ring gas stove and sink, a convertible sofa-bed (the bed extends to 6ft) and plenty of storage space.

The finish is worth mentioning too. Opt for the ‘Roberts’ look and you can get yourself a midcentury-style interior in a shade matching one of the classic 1950s Roberts radios. They even throw in one of the radios to finish the job too. You can plug in that radio too, with both mains sockets and USB slots also here.

Check out more images on the maker’s website, as well as the options for making you own bespoke Barefoot Caravan. As for price, that starts at £21,950.

Find out more at the Barefoot Caravans website

Via Gizmag





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