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Vintage Camper Decoration Ideas

Are you looking for ideas to kit out your vintage camper van or caravan? Look no further than yay retro! We have loads of great ideas.

Lots of people who own a VW camper or Sprite Caravan want to fill it with vintage wares from the 1960s and 70s for the full nostalgic effect. Adding vintage cushions is the easiest and comfiest way to add a splash of retro colour to your van, and we have cushions in lots of shapes and sizes to choose from. Made from up-cycled vintage linens choose from a range of flower power designs from orange to red and pink...

Another top idea is to invest in vintage melamine tableware, our most popular melamine items are Flower Power trays and Gaydon Melmex Butter dishes.

Floral trays like this one from 1970s Marks and Spencers are the perfect way to carry items in and out of your van when eating al fresco, and look wonderful when not in use too. Many camper van hire companies like to kit out their vans for hire with items just like this.

Melamine is a lightweight plastic, and so the most popular choice for camper and caravanners, one of our best selling items is the Gaydon Melmex butter dish, designed in the 60s this iconic brand is a key feature of any camers breakfast table.

If you are looking for campervan storage ideas, look no further than 70s Tupperware such as that shown in the orange 'harvest' pattern above or vintage 50/60s tea, coffee and sugar canisters. These plastic storage jars are the lightweight solution to managing your teabags etc in your van!

Vintage enamel teapots, coffee pots and saucepans are another extremely popular choice with vintage glampers. Resilient, fun and stylish; heating your beans up in one these lovelies is sure to brighten your day!

yay retro! offer combined postage wherever possible via a refund after purchase. So if you find numerous items which will deck out your vintage van in style go ahead and indulge! Pop into yay retro! for a browse now...

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