August 27, 2015

Introducing Blossom the Classic Caravan

I have a BIG announcement to make!

After seventeen months of long, hard, dirty work, the biggest ever Restyled Vintage transformation is ready to show off!



Before I introduce you to her properly, I have one more announcement to make. The focus of Restyled Vintage is changing. I'll no longer be painting furniture as my main focus - it just doesn't really excite, inspire or challenge me any more. In the future though, you never know - I may do a little bit from time to time, if I feel inspired to do so...never say never!

Restyled Vintage will continue, of course! It'll be a real mix of everything I love - Vintage, Vintage Style, vintage caravans and anything and everything Old School Cool.

Now....drumroll please....

This is Blossom. 

She's an aluminium framed Viscount Supreme, built in Australia in 1978.

She is 16 feet long x 8 feet wide, and sleeps four people - she has a full Queen bed at the rear, and the front club lounge shaped dinette seating converts to a small double.



She has a fridge which runs on 240v electricity, and a gas oven and cooktop. Her original wardrobe has been converted to a pantry with lots of storage space - in fact, the whole caravan has an amazing amount of storage.



Blossom's cupboards are stocked with carefully selected vintage and vintage-style treasures to complement her charm - vintage Pyrex, Melmac picnic ware, vintage Tupperware, vintage linens, and vintage enamel cookware all mix beautifully with pastel canisters and kitchen utensils.

She's vintage pastel heaven!



Blossom's brand new Queen size bed is very cosy and comfy, and there's also plenty of storage space underneath.




February 2016 Update:
Blossom the Classic Caravan went to live with a new family on Valentines Day, 14th February 2016.

There will definitely be another caravan renovation in store for me, maybe more than one...watch this space!








6 comments:

  1. Blossom is absolutely beautiful...that is a name a friend calls me! I love her pastel colors and what you have done with her and all the vintage stuff you have in her. And I love the green, pink and white tablecloth, another vintage. She is a Classic! Great job!

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  2. Beautiful! Something I would love to do! Amazing xxx

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  3. This is beautiful! Did you replace the windows in this camper? If so, where did you get replacement windows?

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