CHESTER, England, July 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
Holidays and excursions taken in caravans and mobile homes have seen a remarkable rise since the start of the recession and this has in turn meant an increase in people redecorating them. Actual sales of the vehicles have gone up but also the interiors, fabrics and curtains. Terrys Fabrics has noted that individuals are in fact willing to spend just us much in decking out their caravan as they are on their trip to Spain or Italy.
The emergence of Caravan Couture has meant the decline of chintzy prints and threadbare seat covers and the start of a new era in caravan decoration. As tastes and style vary, so do the interiors caravans and mobile homes. Terrys Fabrics has also seen an sharp rise in the number of customers visiting their store looking for fabrics for this very purpose. The Terrys Curtains service has also seen a rise in interest due to the company's obvious talent for fabrics.
Neutral colours with slight vibrant shades have been recognized straight away as a common style for caravans as holiday makers look for the perfect to relax when on an a expedition or break away. Another interesting observation made by Terrys Fabrics is that style certainly seems to be getting the nudge over practicality.
"This trend for caravan interior design demonstrates how important caravans are to their owners. They haven't just bought them to use until the economy is on a firmer footing and they can afford to holiday abroad again, they've actually become a big part of people's leisure time" Paul McGuinness from Terrys Fabrics recently commented.
Customers interested in decorating their caravan or mobile home with Terrys Curtains or Terrys Fabrics can go directly to the company website or just click here to go straight there.
SOURCE Terrys Fabrics