Caravan Style


The website alone for this boutique in the heart of Spitalfield’s market in London’s East End, is inspiration enough. A series of beautiful collages displaying ‘Caravan’s’ style of products are reminiscent of faded seaside vignettes. The boutique itself reflects this uniqueness, carrying an eclectic array of furniture, fashion and vintage inspired accessories for the home.


~ by Rohini on August 21, 2007.

4 Responses to “Caravan Style”

  1. Hey, I really love old retro stuff and vintage furniture is one of my favorites. The old stuff was made well and lasts, not like the new cheap stuff.

  2. Hello im Stevie betts,
    I’m 15 years old and i go to walthamstow school for girols in east London. For my GCSE, one of the subjects i have chosen was business studies, for one of my tasks i needed to find a small local business this is how i came across ‘Caravan Style Boutique’ ive been looking all over the internet to try and find out some information about this business and was wondering if you could answer me some questions to help with my work,
    – How many employees does the business have?
    – What is its turnover?
    – What is its profit?
    – How many branches or outlets does the business have?
    – Is it classed as a small, medium or large business?
    i would appriceate the help

    thank you

    Stevie Betss.x

    • Hi Stevie,

      Caravan is a great business to look into – very creative! I can’t really help in answering your questions but if you give the main Caravan Shop a call 020 7033 3532 or drop them an email at i’m sure they’d be happy to help. Good luck! x

  3. thank youu x

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