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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF CAMPERDREAMIN
55.7% of camperdreamin's followers are female and 44.3% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.20%. The average number of likes per post is 854 and the average number of comments is 30.
Camperdreamin loves posting about Adventure, Travel, Mountain.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR CAMPERDREAMIN
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF CAMPERDREAMIN
- Fitness & Yoga 76.14 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 72.88 %
- Beauty & Fashion 71.08 %
- Art & Design 70.89 %
- Home & Garden 55.48 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 52.49 %
- Travel & Tourism 48.61 %
- Children & Family 47.83 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 47.11 %
We’ve gone for what we know and like when it’s come to the kitchen appliances. The kitchen setup will match our one in The Grizzly in many ways for a very good reason, we know it works well. Installing the undermounted sink is always a bit of a hold your breath moment but we needn’t worry when we’ve got CT1 (super strong sealant/adhesive) on the case. Even so, we’ve added a supporting frame underneath just to be extra safe. We’ve used LPG compatible household hobs in all of our campervans and they work great. They’ve all had an electric ignition but we just chop the plug off and use matches instead. LPG has a lot more energy content (and therefore is more efficient) than mains gas so the jets need to swapped for ones with smaller holes to limit how much gas is being fed to the hob. It’s a simple process. We love this tap because it extends and has buttons to pause and change the flow of water which means it’s extremely economical. Especially important when your water supply is limited to a small tank. Products links can be found in our latest blog post. Link in bio.
A whole lot of love has gone into this kitchen frame through the week and the hard work has paid paid off. The oak worktop and earthy green are a colour match made in heaven. 😍
Choosing colours with @wagtailcampers who are making our cushions for us. 😍 We’ve made our choice out of these gorgeous faux leathers but which would you go for - A, B or C?
Houston, we have a problem. I’m already falling for this van! We are pouring all our spare time and energy into this build and it’s difficult to not get attached. Zorro is really taking shape now and I must admit I’m a little in love with this colour scheme (swipe to see our inspiration). I’ve been painting through the week around clients and today we’ve fitted the floor and trimmed the walls. Next step, kitchen.
The best van building buddy. 🧡 The life of a van build dog isn’t particularly thrilling but luckily the yard where our workshop is located gets has plenty of people and dogs to make friends with. Bear naturally loves every single one of them and I think it’s safe to say the feeling is generally mutual.
What a weekend! We’ve worked flat out to get the ceiling in and walls in and boy does it feel good to get some timber into the van. Time to start choosing some paint samples for those walls!
The base of the ceiling is up. We’re using surface protection sheets to give us the matt black background that we need for behind the timber. They’re light, durable, waterproof, cheap and super easy to mould to the curves of the roof. We’re installing the ceiling exactly the same as we did in The Grizzly so if you want to know our exact approach then check out our blog and YouTube.
Ticked off installing our windows and finished the (seemingly never ending) insulation this weekend. We’ve used celotex boards for the bulk of the insulation and recycled bottle insulation for all the gaps, ribs and awkward places the boards can’t get to. A tried and tested approach which keeps us warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Nearly at the stage now where we can begin doing the more fun and more creative stuff. Bring it on.
Day 2 was spent stripping the van, giving it a good clean and treating the floor. We also installed our baton skeleton and laid out the wiring all ready for the insulation stage.
Day 1 of the build was dedicated to installing our skylights and solar panel. We’ve opted again for the Maxxair Maxxfan Deluxe and Fiamma roof vent. We have the Maxxfan over the kitchen and the vent over the bed. Ventilation is really important and we find this combination works really well. We like to have the fan on low at night which pulls a gentle breeze through the vent above the bed. Heaven! Links to our skylight installation blog and vlog from the last van are back in our bio.
Got to love that beautiful blank canvas! We’ve opted for a Citroen Relay L3H2 which is the same model as The Grizzly. It works so well for us so made sense to do another one. But blimey van prices are bonkers right now. We paid top end for this one but it’s in a great condition, has low miles and it came from a local reputable garage that we trust so it ticked all the right boxes for us. The layout and design will match The Grizzly in many ways but of course there is always room for big improvements. We’ll be taking the things we love and levelling them up in terms of design and quality. Our approach has always been and will continue to be to start with one thing and let the build evolve. Let’s see where this one takes us.
Well guys here it is, our new conversion project ‘Zorro’. If you have been following our stories you will know this project has been in the pipeline for a few weeks now. We’ve decided to put our spare lockdown time to good use so instead of sulking at home on the sofa at weekends we’ll be working on this beauty. We are not planning on keeping this one and hope to sell it on. (Our mates who know us too well are already warning us not to fall in love with it!). Our dream is to move into the wilds one day and it wouldn’t be logical to take our current businesses with us so this is bit of a test run to see if we can turn our passion for van building into a living that could move with us. There isn’t much adventuring going on right now so we’ll be going back to build posts for a while. Normal service will resume, hopefully one day not too far away!
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