This Scandinavian-Inspired Tiny Camper Is Bright and Airy

published Oct 18, 2018
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If you didn’t already know, tiny campers are having a major comeback. And the Droplet Trailer—a modern camping pod inspired by traditional models—is further proving that notion to be valid.

Constructed around a queen-sized bed that comfortably sleeps two, this mini-camper embodies Scandinavian design that is seen through its minimalist approach. With a wood interior and aluminum composite exterior, the 950-pound Droplet is “bright, spacious, and robust.”

Enter the two-door wide entrance and be greeted by the simple wooden interior, along with two cabinets and two shelves for storage. The door, side, and ceiling windows let in an immense amount of natural light, allowing the space to feel bright and airy when on the road. But the camper is extremely private at the same time, with all windows tinted from the outside.

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When day turns to night, two LED reading lamps light up the space. But it might be a good idea to keep the lights off—with so many surrounding windows, stargazing is the thing to do.

The outside of the Droplet is coated in an aluminum laminated foam, keeping the camper insulated so it can be used all-year round. The camper’s small kitchen can be accessed outdoors, which includes a slide-out fridge, cooking stove, and a sink equipped with a closed-loop water system for easy cleanup.

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In addition to being able to purchase one of these trailer pods, the company has also added a rental platform to increase convenience and decrease the impact of their manufacturing operations. All you have to do is register on their site and voila, the Droplet is yours to rent.

Whether you’re interested in buying your own or simply taking the Droplet out for a drive, check out more details on the innovative tiny camper here.