Peek inside this pink travel trailer. The homey dining area is a standout feature

Pink may not be for everyone, but no one can deny how cozy this retro vintage camper is. The exterior gives you an idea of what to expect - and boy, you won't be disappointed. Pink curtains hang on the windows and pink appliances fill nearly every room. "Talk about a jewel! Everything goes back in time perfectly," one Facebook user commented.
The inside dining room offers booth-style seating.
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For outdoor lovers, you can enjoy a nice meal on this picnic table. Of course, all the cups and cutlery are pink.
You can get a glimpse of the pink curtains that hang in the kitchen. Also, notice the pink containers on the shelf. 
The spatulas are pink as well, of course.
Here's a look at the bedroom, tucked away in the back of the camper.
The trailer does come complete with a full-service restroom.
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The vintage fridge looks stellar juxtaposed with the wood paneling. 
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