Love Cake..? I Do… is a fusion of steampunk and sugar. The liquorice black trimmings of recycled rubber curtains by Roche van den Berg and the pressed ceiling wallpaper by Robin Sprong form the backdrop for this peek inside the bakery . Recreates Katie Thompson, turned her magpie eye on the project, resulting in a printers tray table housing vintage cake collectables and piping nozzles as well as the barometer wall clocks. Weddings – a big part of Old Mac Daddy’s business – are honoured in both the name and a chandelier of trinkets and bridal cake toppers by the Charly’s team and Carin Cronje. The work of artist and innovator, Lauren Fowler, can be found in the cross-stitch detail on blankets and cushions, whilst the Kraal Gallery lovingly wove the big cushions on the seats with the words Love & Cake. Fab Fabrics then upholstered the cushions and custom made the oversize beds.
In Love Cake..? Me too! the adventure continues into the cake box. Presided over by a signature Charly’s rainbow (courtesy of Mak1one) flowing from a birthday candle pulpit, the bright pink and white signature stripes of Charly’s celebratory boxes fly across the ceiling – arching over a bed made for gingerbread men and allsorts characters – a nest of decorations in brights and darks. The small space is cosy and made more so by snug upholstery from Fab Fabrics . As in the larger trailer, Landsdowne Boards has homemakers taking notes with their creative kitchen cupboards and fine details, the custom made gingerbread theme in Love Cake? …I Do is a treat!
Please note that this trailer does not have a built-on living unit and bathroom, its shower and toilet area is located in the trailer yet it boast a private garden and a view to die for. This trailer only sleeps two adults and two small kids.