Static caravan interior ideas
Even though it might be your second home, you’ll still end up spending loads of time in your static caravan. With this in mind, you’ll want to keep your caravan interior as homely and welcoming as possible. This can be achieved in a number of ways, from adding accessories to changing the decor. You'll love how enjoyable designing the inside of your static caravan can be.
It’s amazing some of the transformations that can be achieved on a caravan interior. With a little bit of elbow grease, plenty of creativity and some good advice, you can transform a tired, drab space into a vintage, modern, or unique interior. Even owners who bought new can benefit from some interior design advice; while new caravans are often luxuriously appointed with contemporary decoration and interiors, there’s still room for your own personal touch. Always remember: how you design your caravan interior is entirely up to you - so if something in this article sparks an idea, why not give it a try? If you're looking for even more inspiration, check out the interior photos of our caravans for sale.
There are a great number of things that can be done in the lounge to improve its appearance. Firstly, consider changing the wallpaper. This is actually quite an easy task in a static caravan interior given that the wall space you’ll need to cover is considerably smaller than that in a conventional house. This means that the job shouldn’t cost too much in the way of money or time, though be prepared for some fiddly moments around the corners and other impediments like light fittings, plug sockets and windows.
No matter whether you’re in an ordinary house or a static caravan, the pièce de resistance in the lounge, is of course the sofa. Get this bit right and the vibe of your whole caravan will benefit as many a night will be spent here. You might not be able to buy a new full-size sofa given the spatial restrictions but there are plenty of options in compact sizes. Otherwise, reupholstering furniture with a fabric that matches the decor in the curtains and the rest of your caravan interior is certainly on the cards. If even this is too much for your budget, then why not try upcycling some vintage furniture such as classic, farmhouse-style chairs? They can really transform a room if given a fresh coat of paint. It’s also possible to simply enhance your current seating with a few colourful scatter cushions and luxurious throws. Whichever route you go down, make sure you plan in advance.
The kitchen has great potential as a room for adding a bit of flair and pizzaz. Cupboard doors, for example, can be replaced or painted to give your kitchen a new look. Alternatively, you can give the kitchen surfaces a rub down with sandpaper and use a varnish to give them a sparkle. Other little touches like matching the crockery, kettle, and toaster to the colour scheme in the room is bound to be a style hit. Similarly, as a means of saving space and adding some style to your kitchen, we’ve heard that hanging pans and utensils on the wall is all the rage at the moment.
Another caravan interior idea for the kitchen is to start a small herb garden by your kitchen window. Not only will this provide a fresh aroma to the kitchen area, but you’ll have fresh springs of seasoning for your dishes just an arm’s reach away. You can get creative with the growing containers too; some examples we’ve seen include teacups, small pots, window planters and other handy containers. If you're planning to whip up a culinary masterpiece for friends and family, why not try growing some mint, parsley, sage, rosemary, or thyme?
Caravan bathrooms are usually quite compact, but with a little bit of creativity this space can still be practical and relaxing. Therefore, you don’t need to change too much around here, simple and minimal will work in your favour. For example, a quick change to a matching set of towels, bathmats and shower curtain will freshen up the room and make it more stylish.
Probably the best thing you can do is save space by mounting fabric pockets next to the sink and radiator or otherwise by installing a corner shelf in the shower as a place to put all your products. For more inspiration, check out some of our bathroom design ideas.
A well-known design hack to make any bedroom space look bigger is hanging up a mirror. Of course, these come in many different styles, finishes and sizes of mirrors available, but we recommend a full-length mirror that will allow you to view your current outfit and help illuminate the darker recesses of your bedroom and shine more light into the space. Getting a fancy bedside lamp can also be a great way to improve the lighting in this room.
Lighting aside, perhaps the main issue when it comes to designing static caravan bedrooms is space, especially with all those holiday clothes to store. Fortunately, there are several innovative storage solutions. For example, over-door hangers are perfect for static caravans where you may not be able to drill into the wall or doors. Similarly, multiple hangers are cleverly designed to help you store many clothes together, while adhesive hooks and hanging shelves will allow you to make the most of the vertical space available. For more inspiration check out some of our bedroom design ideas.
Let2own - make no site fee payments until 2031
Let2own is a contractual lettings product that offers eligible owners a guaranteed letting income at a preferential rate (calculated each year) in exchange for a stipulated number of letting breaks. It also allows eligible owners to pay their site fees and receive their letting income in 12 equal monthly instalments; the monthly site fee amount charged by Haven will be after deduction of the letting income.
‘Make no site fee payments when using Let2own until 2031’ is available at 33 Haven parks excluding Burnham, Cardigan View, Far Grange, Garreg Wen, Lydstep Beach, Riviere Sands and Seaview. The letting income received will vary by make, model and location. The monthly site fee payment does not include running costs e.g. utilities, rates & insurance.
“Make no site fee payments when using Let2own until 2031” is applicable to new customer purchases of new Atlas Chorus 3 Bed or equivalent or superior grade holiday home purchases made through Haven where customers have also signed up to Haven’s Let2own contract. It is not applicable to part-exchanges or private sales and cannot be used in conjunction with our free Site Fee promotion. It is available across 40% of eligible Parks and applies when letting a new Atlas Chorus 3 Bed holiday home (or equivalent or superior grade for 15 weeks.
An example of how “Make no site fee payments when using Let2own until 2031” operates under Let2own is the purchase of an Atlas Chorus 3 Bed holiday home at Primrose Valley with a monthly site fee of £585.00 (includes purchasing discount of £45) and monthly letting income of £803.67. The monthly difference equates to £218.67, which will be credited to the owner's account. Both letting income and site fees are subject to yearly pricing reviews and the monthly site fee costs and letting income shown in the example are based on 2024 figures.
Modelled assumptions on expected annual site fee and letting income charges over the 7-year lettable life of the Atlas Chorus 3 Bed indicate that under Let2own it is anticipated that these customers will continue to receive a monthly credit during this period, however, this is not guaranteed. The modelled assumptions are based on the historical performance of Haven over the past 5 years of trading.
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