Caravan Selection 21/22
EXCITEMENT & VARIETY
People in their prime (often referred to as “best agers“) go traveling with an open mind, but clear ideas. They like to head for big cities, enjoy the excitement, variety and change, and like to spend their time in renowned restaurants and bars for dinner and one for the road. Nevertheless, star hotels are too rigid, and not flexible and mobile enough for them. They know what they want and consciously want to be in the thick of it.
Self-reliance and independence come first – their own motor home is the means of choice. But it‘s not only ahead of the curve in terms of technology, the interior design is also exceptional. Here, special favorite items and eye-catchers are used to form the focal point of the mobile vehicle.
COLOR & MATERIAL
Cool, dark woods and stones such as Rochefort Walnut, Narbonne Oak, Teramo, Tambora or Assoluto Quadro are being used more and more, whose fine structures and clear, classic lines ensure modern coziness. Clean colors such as black, white or whisky tones are also characteristic of the furnishings and furniture. Besides, it must be practical and high-quality. Matt, easy-to-clean surfaces or applications and accessories made of stainless steel provide that special something on the move.
Especially young couples with children often rediscover the passion that their parents and grandparents had, as soon as they start a family themselves. Suddenly, their own memories flood back, of their childhood in a cozy camper, with their siblings in the bedroom above the driver‘s cabin, and their parents sleeping very close by within safe reach. A feeling of security and home.
In addition, mobility and flexibility are valued. The fact that you‘re ready for any situation and always have the most important things with you: in a flash, your mobile home turns into your living room, playroom or cozy reading corner while your children are taking an afternoon nap. Feel closely connected with each other and right among nature at all times. Discovering the world with all your senses and imparting your children with values such as community, a life with fewer material possessions, and the priceless value of freedom, independence and shared memories.
COLOR & MATERIAL
This requires storage space, clear, light shades that underline living spaces and allow space for naturalness. Scandinavian-looking, discreet wood decors with a light texture, such as Tropea Oak, create both a sense of space and feel-good atmosphere. A combination of plain surfaces in white, anthracite, pastel shades in blue with a classic, timeless stone look, such as Grey Caspio, create a harmonious world of color.
This term is used very often. A need that is more and more in demand in today‘s world, and that more and more people are demanding for themselves. It doesn‘t matter if you just finished your studies or training, are in the thick of things at work, or are about to plan a family – you just want to get out of the house. Get out. Explore the world. More and more people are making the most of living differently. To create a healthy balance between work and leisure, and also integrate this freedom into everyday life. And to spontaneously go for a drive on the weekend, to switch off, to explore nature.
Here, we‘re talking about a target group that has already defined an awareness of itself, and its demands, expec- tations and what can be got out of life. Down-to-earth free spirits, who believe that self-determination is just as important as a sustainable approach to resources and the environment. This is where quality and longevity are important. A sense of materials, appreciation of crafts- manship, respect for selected items that embellish everyday life, involve functionality, and also bind memories together.
COLOR & MATERIAL
Strong colors are required here that convey a feeling of home and closeness. Graphic shapes and designs underline the passion for homemade products, and the appreciation of craftsmanship, naturalness and durability. Earthy shades in combination with natural and high-quality materials reflect free-spiritedness and down-to-earthness.
Delicate wood decors such as Century Elm or Wisla Pine underline the variety of natural and creative options, thanks to their clear, classic and fine lines.
THE PATH IS THE GOAL
Getting to know the country and its people in detail, immersing yourself in everyday life abroad, and adapting. Take the enrich- ment of foreign impressions with you, let them flow into your own being, and let them change you and enrich your lives. It‘s often not important where the journey is heading – the path is the goal. And on this path, there‘s so much to experience and discover. Without pressure of time, the mobile home quickly becomes the main residence, reflecting the impressions and achievements of worlds and places that are no longer foreign. It tells a story.
New impressions, aromas, people and customs inspire you to get to new destinations and stages. These travelers want to remain active and con- sciously engage with their surroundings.
COLOR & MATERIAL
Warm, earthy colors and dark woods such as oak or cedar decors mix with various materials, patterns and souvenirs. Shades such as red and brown in combination with light white vases and accessories on surfaces with stone decors create a cozy overall atmosphere that lasts.
The cultural heritage of the traveled landscapes gushes into the caravan. The warm, earthy shades convey a sense of security – you‘re on the road but you‘ve already arrived.
WORK ON THE GO
To be connected to the world - many people follow this longing and combine work with their passion, travel. “Digital nomads” can work wherever they can find the Internet and electricity. That's why some of them simply set off. They travel unencumbered to the most beautiful spots on earth, meet up with people and adventure.
Their job also travels with them. Because their vehicle offers them everything they could wish for in terms of “being at home” and “working”: Connection. Mobility. Flexibility. The merging of life and work can take place very naturally here, and in a balanced way.
COLOR & MATERIAL
In order to be able to realize their dream of freedom, mobile nomads like Michael opt for a clean minimalism, the great luxury of which is almost invisible in the multi-functional approach. The colors of the interior are kept in tranquil, dark greens and strengthen the connection between inside and outside. Metal decors such as Flash provide powerful contrasts to young, fresh wood decors with a great play of colors – such as Imperia Pear Tree. Amberwood anchors the mobile nomad in the here and now and also works really well with metal. Textile decors such as Kalamos or Duna create a cozy atmosphere and provide an inspiration for work.