It will be no surprise to hear that man-caves and she-sheds are becoming a popular feature and talking point in UK households. Whether it's a man cave full of testosterone-fueled hobbies or she-shed with white walls and floral inspired accessories, the next big thing in interiors is statement caravans.
Interested to explore the latest trend, we're partnering with Barefoot Caravans at the Caravan Camping & Motorhome show 2017 (21-26th Feb) at the NEC, Birmingham to encourage visitors to get creative and design their own bespoke interior for their Barefoot Caravan.
Visitors to the show will see the very first naked Barefoot Caravan on stand 4508 featuring our Knight Tile White Painted Oak planks (pictured below) underfoot and complementary grey felt walls. It's a great opportunity to see how a statement caravan can create an additional space for your home.
The chalky white painted undertones of our White Painted Oak provides a modern finish and blank canvas to help customers get started in creating their very own space. If it’s not a man-cave or she-shed you're looking for, Barefoot Caravans can also be popular as a home office, playroom or craft space.
With its retro classic exterior, Barefoot Caravans offer customers the chance to design their very own bespoke interior and select their preferred Karndean floor design.
Cathy Chamberlain, managing director of Barefoot Caravans, commented: "Karndean's Knight Tile adds a lovely texture to the space, and as well as being light and bright, it is really practical to clean and maintain.
"Since we started building Barefoot Caravans in 2015 we have been determined to find the right surface for the space. Karndean's wood and stone designs are full of detail and each design offers a different colourway or detail, which is perfect for our customers."
If you're looking to select a floor for your Barefoot Caravan, here are our top five styles to help get you started…
1. Scandi-Style - Try our Knight Tile White Painted Oak (pictured) or Van Gogh White Washed Oak for a clean modern style.