Pimp My Ride: Amazing Caravan Customizations May 7th, 2015 in General by Danny Smith Caravans don’t have to be boring. With a little creativity and some research, you can pimp your ride and customize it in any manner that appeals to you. There is only so much that can be done by adding caravan awnings and annexes. Surely you can change the design of the awning / annexe a little, but for creating an outstanding impression, you really need to go that extra mile and come up with something different without compromising on efficiency. Check out some really cool caravan customizations. Would you like to own any of these? Safari Trailer Source:https://in.pinterest.com/pin/78390849735317284/ Painted in vibrant colours and reflecting the theme of nature, this is indeed a safari trailer which can make heads turn on the road. It does have a touch of vintage elements in its design. Vintage Trailer Source: http://arrowintheeye.com/page/3 This is clearly a vintage design with rustic elements. If you have had the fortune of living in the good old days, this caravan would definitely bring nostalgia inducing memories. Tiki Hut Camper Source:https://in.pinterest.com/pin/78390849740610219/ A wood based theme along with wooden fixtures and accessories gives it the appearance of an actual hut, a Tiki hut to be specific. If you have been to a Tiki hut before, this should definitely give you a similar experience. Cinderella’s Ride Source:http://bitcheswithhitches.blogspot.in/2013/10/cinderella.html Now this is a caravan fit for a princess. Aptly named, Cinderella is a uniquely designed caravan with exquisite interiors, fabulous décor, and a design that emanates regal vibes. Want to ride in this exquisite caravan? The Time Traveller Source:http://tinyhousepins.com/fahti-600-funky-little-travel-trailer/ If you consider the design of this caravan, there is nothing spectacular. It’s rather simple actually. But it is this very simplicity and the contours of the design which make it a time traveller. Well, it may not be a time traveller out of modern sci-fi, but it is definitely similar to one of the early models which you might have seen in movies. The “Cricket” Source:https://in.pinterest.com/pin/112660428154608817/ This is what you call innovation. A caravan that attaches to the back of a vehicle and can be completely detached as well as erected on its own legs. Introducing the “Cricket”. You can pull up an awning shade which is a bit unconventional, but still manages to get the job done. The caravan has space for one person (or maybe two kids). From a design perspective, this is really cool. Maybe we would be able to see some developments in the base design with added functionalities and features. Butterfly Wings Camper Source:https://in.pinterest.com/pin/438749188668222288/ If this doesn’t impress you, nothing will. From the front or the back, it will appear to be similar to a regular caravan. That’s only till you open up the sides and watch the caravan grow wings, and that too in style! The opened up sections are covered with what appears to be a modified awning or an annexe which has been designed exclusively for this caravan. Nevertheless, this is one the most interesting designs that I have personally come across. Highway Palace Source: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=539216479455283&set=a.115748448468757.7197.107959415914327&type=1&theater A caravan that’s meant for people who need a little more space than usual. There is nothing modern about it. But the sheer design and the construction of this caravan is sufficient to grab anyone’s attention. There is also a hint of power that is portrayed by the caravan’s structure. Contact Us Name * Phone * Email * City State ---Australian Capital TerritoryNew South WalesNorthern TerritoryQueenslandSouth AustraliaTasmaniaVictoriaWestern Australia Postcode Enquiry Type * ---General EnquiryProduct EnquirySupport Comments * Related PostDifference Between a Caravan And a MotorhomeThis Floating Caravan Will Make You Go WOWInternational Tourists Prefer Caravan Parks and Aussie Road Trips to Luxurious Hotels in AustraliaCity Slickers Leave Sydney Lifestyle for their Love of Caravanning Previous Next Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.