A gorgeous book celebrating travel, adventure, and beautifully styled rolling homes.
The Modern Caravan is a warm invitation into rolling homes designed for life on the open road.
Brimming with evocative storytelling and hundreds of photographs showcasing handsome interiors and stunning landscapes, this book features more than 35 stories from solo travelers, couples, and families who traded the comforts of a rooted life for ever-changing vistas and eye-opening experiences.
Readers will meet a family exploring Australia in a cozy vintage camper filled with plants and natural wood finishes; a young couple designing a modern trailer inspired by the colors and textures of the high desert; and a couple who renovated their chic Airstream with green velvet seating, floral wallpaper, and herringbone wood floors.
Balancing style with function, each carefully crafted tiny home is the result of long-held dreams, ingenuity, and imagination.
EXPERT AUTHOR: Kate Oliver is a celebrated Airstream builder and designer. Her work has been profiled inDwell, Remodelista, Domino, Apartment Therapy, andDesign*Sponge, among others. In this book, she draws on her experience as a designer, builder, storyteller, and photographer to create a one-of-a-kind book full of wanderlust and inspiration—the ultimate guide to beautiful small-space living.
SPEAKS TO WANDERLUST TREND: The book speaks to anyone eager for products and experiences that offer an escape into a world of simple pleasures and exploration. With gorgeous travel photography, engaging stories, and practical tips, this package will appeal to design enthusiasts, armchair travelers, and anyone who dreams of a life of adventure.
BEAUTIFUL GIFT: This is the perfect gift for anyone who loves road trips, outdoor adventure, or interior design. The book includes hundreds of gorgeous photographs and makes for a thoughtful present to give along with any adventure accessory or decor object—a flannel shirt, a ceramic bowl, or a beautiful blanket—and the eye-catching package will add beauty wherever it's displayed.
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