Take a look inside the Seawright Caravan

The Seawright Caravan is, according to Facebook, designed by Michelle Wilson of Hornby Island Caravans. The company is located on Hornby Island, British Colombia; and the caravans, or trailers, are built by Ken Clark and Lawrence Nyberg. Seawright was completed in July 2014 and was intended to serve as guest quarters.
Wilson states on Hornby Island Caravans that she gained her inspiration for her caravans from the gypsy vardos in Europe. When designing a caravan, she strives to use "natural, healthy materials . . . that . . . are designed in such a way that is mindful of the client’s needs." This caravan gives an additional 160 square feet (14.86 square meters) of space for when guests come to visit.
 
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At the client's request, Williams left plenty of open floor space for extra chairs. She used bamboo for the floors and pine for the ceiling. Under the desk is extra space for a mini fridge.
A built-in step makes getting into the queen-size bed easy, and extra storage under the bed is perfect for tucking away clothes and shoes.
In order to easily access the extra storage behind the bed, Williams points out on Facebook that the shelving is on wheels and pulls out easily.
The area has many mosquito and spiders, so the caravan's windows all come with screens. This caravan is custom designed for the needs of the client and provides a unique solution to the problem of where to put guests when they arrive at your doorstep.
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