This is a paid partnership with Willerby on how to style a caravan three ways! All styling and caravan love our own!
If you know anything about Club Jupiter by now, it’s probably that we love a little bit of styling in our own little Crème Brûlée (the name of our own Willerby BK Bluebird if you’re new around here). We’re often changing things up and one of the first ideas we had when started our partnership with Willerby was for us to style up a newer model. You see, we think that caravans are super versatile and you can bring your own look to them without having to do a full renovation like us.
With a unique layout and modern styling throughout, the Brookwood has everything you need for either a spacious holiday home or full-time residence. The large open-plan lounge, generous fixed dinette and stylish breakfast bar combine to make the living area of this home a super-sociable space. Plus, it has plenty of great design features such as walnut in-built furniture, modern lighting a retro-style sofa that will work with every interior style. Don’t believe us? Check out how we brought our own design ideas to create three completely different looks and be sure to click through to each one to find out how to get the look.
Whinnie is our 70s queen so it’s no surprise that she chose to bring a 70s jewel-toned style to the Willerby Brookwood. Using blue, orange and brown hues, Whinnie transformed the space from a neutral setup to a retro retreat. The bold curtains completely change the look and feel of the space and the layered rugs make it all feel cosy and welcoming. We can totally imagine curling up with a book on the sofa or hosting a dinner party in the dining area. Caravan entertaining can be glamorous folks!
See Whinnie’s 70s jewel-toned caravan styling >>
Looking for an Americana retreat? As a travel writer, Anna took inspiration straight from her trips around California, Arizona and Texas, bringing to life a bohemian desert modern aesthetic with sunset pink, cactus-green and natural raffia hues. By changing up the curtains, adding in texture via cushions and placing ceramics and greenery around the caravan living space, Anna was able to create the perfect Palm Springs-inspired space.
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Emma’s style is eclectic with a retro rock and roll twist that’s sophisticated at the same time. Whoa, that’s a lot to take in but we think she nailed it in her Willerby Brookwood. The main space is light and airy with neutral colours, but some personality has been added via artwork, slogan cushions and lots of music memorabilia. Kicking back in here to some vinyls would be a dream, right? That’s how to style a caravan!
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Looking to buy your own caravan or holiday home? The team at Willerby can help. Get in touch with the showground team who will be happy to answer all your questions about purchasing a Willerby Home. We’re also on hand to answer any questions about our own experiences – anything to talk about our Willerby factory tour again or how to style a caravan. We love to chat.