Friday, August 14, 2009

Gypsy Caravan
I featured a very modest gypsy caravan here a couple of weeks but these ones takes the cake - by designer Jeanne Bayol. I saw these images while I was browsing through the super pretty blog(Thought Patterns) of talented paper artist Tina Tarnoff. I think you will enjoy Tina's blog - so much colour and pattern - lovely.

11 comments:

Hi Octane Jewelry said...

Very cool

Emilie said...

Oh, how magical!

Julie said...

How cool! Wouldn't you love to have one of those in your backyard - then you could go on a little "sleepover" every now and then. :-)

nathalie et cetera said...

I saw her in a cooking show. Her caravans are in her garden. They each have a particular flair. Gorgeous!

At Home with Kim Vallee said...

They look amazing and so inviting. Imagine doing a party with those caravans as the main decor.

Hanna said...

magical would be my term for it as well :) Think of the dreams you would have sleeping in there!

cartolina said...

Oh I am so happy that you like this caravan! The inside is so amazing but I think for me it's also the outside shape and dimensions that are so pleasing to the eye. When I lived in scotland in the 70s I remember the gypsies coming around to our village maybe once a year and setting up camp in a farmers field - they came with horses and caravans just like these!
Thanks for all your comments
Fiona

Love Honor Disobey said...

I am crazy mental over gypsy caravans...thanks so much for this posting and the link. I am also very fond of shepherds huts as well and have been visualising there to be one in my garden...but since they fetch about £7,000...I may have to settle for a homemade wigwam instead....aw well. x

Cameragirl said...

Love these caravans too - how fun to have one parked in your garden for sleep overs!

Just a note, LoveHonorDisobey, the term Wigwam is a very politically incorrect term for a Tipi - and I love tipis too :-)

Love Honor Disobey said...

er...excuse me Cameragirl...how exactly is the term wigwam considered 'very' politically incorrect? I'm from North America and part Native American...I know the technical difference between a tipi and a wigwam (one being conical shaped, the other dome shaped)...but how is this politically incorrect? Did I miss something here?

(...sorry Fiona to clog up your comments sections with this but Cameragirl doesn't have anything I can link to so I'm not able to ask her directly)

Catharina Maria said...

This is great !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I love this kind of living !
♥ Rini , the Netherlands ♥

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