Old holiday home gets a cool makeover
Why the makeover started
The project, named Club Jupiter, was established by friends Anna Hart, Emma Jane Palin and Whinnie Williams to champion UK holidays and to draw attention to caravan holiday homes as a cool concept. The idea was born during lockdown from a realisation that more people would be holidaying in the UK as a result of Covid-19 restrictions on foreign travel.
The trio bought a three-bedroom, 2010-model Willerby holiday home at Birchington Vale Holiday Park near Margate, in Kent, and spent months giving it a complete makeover, with a distinct 1970s twist. Holiday homes manufacturer, Willerby, supported the Club Jupiter team.
The result of the makeover is being called a “Pontins meets Palm Springs” holiday home, pairing aesthetics inspired by the Californian desert resort with a classic British seaside static caravan. The living and bathroom areas are inspired by Palm Springs and 50s and 60s vibes. The three friends have each designed their own bedroom, reflecting their individual personalities and tastes.
The trio, Emma, Anna, and Whinnie, said
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