OLLIE OUR VINTAGE CARAVAN RENOVATION
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Meet ‘OLLIE’ our 1982 Windsor Statesman caravan that we spent 3 months renovating. For more pics and the before and after shots of our little DIY head to my blog.
    Meet ‘OLLIE’ our 1982 Windsor Statesman caravan that we spent 3 months renovating. The main thing I wanted to do was take advantage of all the natural light so I used a crisp white paint and raw timber to make it appear bright and airy. Our caravan is 18ft so we have lots of room but with the bed being folded up during the day we have even more room to play with. For more pics and the before and after shots of our little DIY head to my blog.  Danielle

    Meet ‘OLLIE’ our 1982 Windsor Statesman caravan that we spent 3 months renovating. The main thing I wanted to do was take advantage of all the natural light so I used a crisp white paint and raw timber to make it appear bright and airy. Our caravan is 18ft so we have lots of room but with the bed being folded up during the day we have even more room to play with. For more pics and the before and after shots of our little DIY head to my blog. Danielle

    Meet ‘OLLIE’ our 1982 Windsor Statesman caravan that we spent 3 months renovating. The main thing I wanted to do was take advantage of all the natural light so I used a crisp white paint and raw timber to make it appear bright and airy. Our caravan is 18ft so we have lots of room but with the bed being folded up during the day we have even more room to play with. For more pics and the before and after shots of our little DIY head to my blog.  Danielle

    Meet ‘OLLIE’ our 1982 Windsor Statesman caravan that we spent 3 months renovating. The main thing I wanted to do was take advantage of all the natural light so I used a crisp white paint and raw timber to make it appear bright and airy. Our caravan is 18ft so we have lots of room but with the bed being folded up during the day we have even more room to play with. For more pics and the before and after shots of our little DIY head to my blog. Danielle

    Meet ‘OLLIE’ our 1982 Windsor Statesman caravan that we spent 3 months renovating. The main thing I wanted to do was take advantage of all the natural light so I used a crisp white paint and raw timber to make it appear bright and airy. Our caravan is 18ft so we have lots of room but with the bed being folded up during the day we have even more room to play with. For more pics and the before and after shots of our little DIY head to my blog.  Danielle

    Meet ‘OLLIE’ our 1982 Windsor Statesman caravan that we spent 3 months renovating. The main thing I wanted to do was take advantage of all the natural light so I used a crisp white paint and raw timber to make it appear bright and airy. Our caravan is 18ft so we have lots of room but with the bed being folded up during the day we have even more room to play with. For more pics and the before and after shots of our little DIY head to my blog. Danielle

    Meet ‘OLLIE’ our 1982 Windsor Statesman caravan that we spent 3 months renovating. The main thing I wanted to do was take advantage of all the natural light so I used a crisp white paint and raw timber to make it appear bright and airy. Our caravan is 18ft so we have lots of room but with the bed being folded up during the day we have even more room to play with. For more pics and the before and after shots of our little DIY head to my blog.  Danielle

    Meet ‘OLLIE’ our 1982 Windsor Statesman caravan that we spent 3 months renovating. The main thing I wanted to do was take advantage of all the natural light so I used a crisp white paint and raw timber to make it appear bright and airy. Our caravan is 18ft so we have lots of room but with the bed being folded up during the day we have even more room to play with. For more pics and the before and after shots of our little DIY head to my blog. Danielle

    Meet ‘OLLIE’ our 1982 Windsor Statesman caravan that we spent 3 months renovating. The main thing I wanted to do was take advantage of all the natural light so I used a crisp white paint and raw timber to make it appear bright and airy. Our caravan is 18ft so we have lots of room but with the bed being folded up during the day we have even more room to play with. For more pics and the before and after shots of our little DIY head to my blog.  Danielle

    Meet ‘OLLIE’ our 1982 Windsor Statesman caravan that we spent 3 months renovating. The main thing I wanted to do was take advantage of all the natural light so I used a crisp white paint and raw timber to make it appear bright and airy. Our caravan is 18ft so we have lots of room but with the bed being folded up during the day we have even more room to play with. For more pics and the before and after shots of our little DIY head to my blog. Danielle

    Meet ‘OLLIE’ our 1982 Windsor Statesman caravan that we spent 3 months renovating. The main thing I wanted to do was take advantage of all the natural light so I used a crisp white paint and raw timber to make it appear bright and airy. Our caravan is 18ft so we have lots of room but with the bed being folded up during the day we have even more room to play with. For more pics and the before and after shots of our little DIY head to my blog.  Danielle

    Meet ‘OLLIE’ our 1982 Windsor Statesman caravan that we spent 3 months renovating. The main thing I wanted to do was take advantage of all the natural light so I used a crisp white paint and raw timber to make it appear bright and airy. Our caravan is 18ft so we have lots of room but with the bed being folded up during the day we have even more room to play with. For more pics and the before and after shots of our little DIY head to my blog. Danielle

    Meet ‘OLLIE’ our 1982 Windsor Statesman caravan that we spent 3 months renovating. The main thing I wanted to do was take advantage of all the natural light so I used a crisp white paint and raw timber to make it appear bright and airy. Our caravan is 18ft so we have lots of room but with the bed being folded up during the day we have even more room to play with. For more pics and the before and after shots of our little DIY head to my blog.  Danielle

    Meet ‘OLLIE’ our 1982 Windsor Statesman caravan that we spent 3 months renovating. The main thing I wanted to do was take advantage of all the natural light so I used a crisp white paint and raw timber to make it appear bright and airy. Our caravan is 18ft so we have lots of room but with the bed being folded up during the day we have even more room to play with. For more pics and the before and after shots of our little DIY head to my blog. Danielle

    Meet ‘OLLIE’ our 1982 Windsor Statesman caravan that we spent 3 months renovating. The main thing I wanted to do was take advantage of all the natural light so I used a crisp white paint and raw timber to make it appear bright and airy. Our caravan is 18ft so we have lots of room but with the bed being folded up during the day we have even more room to play with. For more pics and the before and after shots of our little DIY head to my blog.  Danielle

    Meet ‘OLLIE’ our 1982 Windsor Statesman caravan that we spent 3 months renovating. The main thing I wanted to do was take advantage of all the natural light so I used a crisp white paint and raw timber to make it appear bright and airy. Our caravan is 18ft so we have lots of room but with the bed being folded up during the day we have even more room to play with. For more pics and the before and after shots of our little DIY head to my blog. Danielle

    Meet ‘OLLIE’ our 1982 Windsor Statesman caravan that we spent 3 months renovating. The main thing I wanted to do was take advantage of all the natural light so I used a crisp white paint and raw timber to make it appear bright and airy. Our caravan is 18ft so we have lots of room but with the bed being folded up during the day we have even more room to play with. For more pics and the before and after shots of our little DIY head to my blog.  Danielle

    Meet ‘OLLIE’ our 1982 Windsor Statesman caravan that we spent 3 months renovating. The main thing I wanted to do was take advantage of all the natural light so I used a crisp white paint and raw timber to make it appear bright and airy. Our caravan is 18ft so we have lots of room but with the bed being folded up during the day we have even more room to play with. For more pics and the before and after shots of our little DIY head to my blog. Danielle

    Meet ‘OLLIE’ our 1982 Windsor Statesman caravan that we spent 3 months renovating. The main thing I wanted to do was take advantage of all the natural light so I used a crisp white paint and raw timber to make it appear bright and airy. Our caravan is 18ft so we have lots of room but with the bed being folded up during the day we have even more room to play with. For more pics and the before and after shots of our little DIY head to my blog.  Danielle

    Meet ‘OLLIE’ our 1982 Windsor Statesman caravan that we spent 3 months renovating. The main thing I wanted to do was take advantage of all the natural light so I used a crisp white paint and raw timber to make it appear bright and airy. Our caravan is 18ft so we have lots of room but with the bed being folded up during the day we have even more room to play with. For more pics and the before and after shots of our little DIY head to my blog. Danielle

    Meet ‘OLLIE’ our 1982 Windsor Statesman caravan that we spent 3 months renovating. The main thing I wanted to do was take advantage of all the natural light so I used a crisp white paint and raw timber to make it appear bright and airy. Our caravan is 18ft so we have lots of room but with the bed being folded up during the day we have even more room to play with. For more pics and the before and after shots of our little DIY head to my blog.  Danielle

    Meet ‘OLLIE’ our 1982 Windsor Statesman caravan that we spent 3 months renovating. The main thing I wanted to do was take advantage of all the natural light so I used a crisp white paint and raw timber to make it appear bright and airy. Our caravan is 18ft so we have lots of room but with the bed being folded up during the day we have even more room to play with. For more pics and the before and after shots of our little DIY head to my blog. Danielle

    Meet ‘OLLIE’ our 1982 Windsor Statesman caravan that we spent 3 months renovating. The main thing I wanted to do was take advantage of all the natural light so I used a crisp white paint and raw timber to make it appear bright and airy. Our caravan is 18ft so we have lots of room but with the bed being folded up during the day we have even more room to play with. For more pics and the before and after shots of our little DIY head to my blog.  Danielle

    Meet ‘OLLIE’ our 1982 Windsor Statesman caravan that we spent 3 months renovating. The main thing I wanted to do was take advantage of all the natural light so I used a crisp white paint and raw timber to make it appear bright and airy. Our caravan is 18ft so we have lots of room but with the bed being folded up during the day we have even more room to play with. For more pics and the before and after shots of our little DIY head to my blog. Danielle

    Meet ‘OLLIE’ our 1982 Windsor Statesman caravan that we spent 3 months renovating. The main thing I wanted to do was take advantage of all the natural light so I used a crisp white paint and raw timber to make it appear bright and airy. Our caravan is 18ft so we have lots of room but with the bed being folded up during the day we have even more room to play with. For more pics and the before and after shots of our little DIY head to my blog.  Danielle

    Meet ‘OLLIE’ our 1982 Windsor Statesman caravan that we spent 3 months renovating. The main thing I wanted to do was take advantage of all the natural light so I used a crisp white paint and raw timber to make it appear bright and airy. Our caravan is 18ft so we have lots of room but with the bed being folded up during the day we have even more room to play with. For more pics and the before and after shots of our little DIY head to my blog. Danielle

    Meet ‘OLLIE’ our 1982 Windsor Statesman caravan that we spent 3 months renovating. The main thing I wanted to do was take advantage of all the natural light so I used a crisp white paint and raw timber to make it appear bright and airy. Our caravan is 18ft so we have lots of room but with the bed being folded up during the day we have even more room to play with. For more pics and the before and after shots of our little DIY head to my blog.  Danielle

    Meet ‘OLLIE’ our 1982 Windsor Statesman caravan that we spent 3 months renovating. The main thing I wanted to do was take advantage of all the natural light so I used a crisp white paint and raw timber to make it appear bright and airy. Our caravan is 18ft so we have lots of room but with the bed being folded up during the day we have even more room to play with. For more pics and the before and after shots of our little DIY head to my blog. Danielle

    Meet ‘OLLIE’ our 1982 Windsor Statesman caravan that we spent 3 months renovating. The main thing I wanted to do was take advantage of all the natural light so I used a crisp white paint and raw timber to make it appear bright and airy. Our caravan is 18ft so we have lots of room but with the bed being folded up during the day we have even more room to play with. For more pics and the before and after shots of our little DIY head to my blog.  Danielle

    Meet ‘OLLIE’ our 1982 Windsor Statesman caravan that we spent 3 months renovating. The main thing I wanted to do was take advantage of all the natural light so I used a crisp white paint and raw timber to make it appear bright and airy. Our caravan is 18ft so we have lots of room but with the bed being folded up during the day we have even more room to play with. For more pics and the before and after shots of our little DIY head to my blog. Danielle

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