A mother in Scotland just spends £450 or approximately $625 in buying a caravan and restoring it using products from a bargain store, a report said.
According to the article, after the coronavirus epidemic has affected international travel, Kerry Henderson, 39 took a chance and started a lockdown project.
The Cowdenbeath hairdresser and her husband Scott purchased the van for only £ 250 (or close to $347), before interior renovations.
After four days of work, the old towing caravan that was used to store a bicycle became a luxurious pad.
Kerry said that the van smelled of oil when they acquired it. So they had to do some cleaning for the transformation.
“We cleaned it up, tore up the carpet, and put down new vinyl. We also painted every inch of the carpet and reupholstered the sofas,” she said in the report.
The van can sleep two people and is completely transformed from an old-fashioned, beat-up space to a stylish, grey getaway spot.
Kerry has given the caravan a new lease on life and is now looking for a place to keep it. It currently sits in her garden at her sister’s house, the report said.