Essential living only

Ahh...the bare necessities. There's something truly freeing about not having to worry about the stuff you need to buy -- there just won't be enough room in your home. Just focus on the important things, carry them with you at all times, and get gratifying experiences rather than material possessions.

All of life’s simple pleasures in a single spot.

This camper certainly has a lot to offer. All the vivid colors of the furniture lends to a very happy and optimistic outlook. You can definitely enjoy staying here for as long as possible without ever thinking about the concrete jungle.

The View

Hard to build a house with a better view than a camper. Living in a camper is like living in those sci-fi movies where the window changes based on the person's preference. Depending on how you feel when you wake up in the morning, you choose what you see when you look out the window. All you have to do is drive there.

Name Your Home

How many people get to name their home and be able to live judgement free? Well, that would either be someone with no neighbors, or someone who lives in a camper. It looks like this camper's owner has both of those boxes ticked, and has decided to proudly emblazon the name of the camper on its side in a beautiful popping red that works well with the rest of the aesthetic.

Dog Friendly

Because you don't have a landlord, it's up to you to decide what rules you want in your home and how you want to run it. Never have to deal with a "no pets" rule every again. Bring your furry friend along for the ride every time, and never have to worry about him taking up the entire back seat. He'll have his pillow or crate, and you'll be able to be stress-free and never have to bother with nasty landlords telling you he's not allowed in the apartment.

Life in color?

  The whole design is just so vivid and well put together that we can’t help but want to live here. It just screams, “come here and take a step back from all the craziness.” The colors are so attractive, we wouldn’t mind bathing ourselves in it, that’s for sure.