There’s no rule saying you have to settle for the dark and dingy interior of your RV! Regardless if your RV is a big rig motorhome or a small travel trailer, brand new or 50 years old, you can paint your RV to lighten, brighten and personalize it with these easy-to-follow painting tips. Once this part of your RV remodeling project is complete, your motorhome or camper will be brighter, look and feel more like home!
RV toy haulers are typically built with no decorating sense. But, with a little creativity and eye for color and design, we’ll show you how we transformed our Heartland Cyclone into a fun and amazing living area. Check out our custom toy hauler interior makeover that made our camper look more like a home…or ship cabin??
Though our luxury fifth wheel didn’t need a major RV renovation taking it down to bare bones such as removing cabinets, major reconstruction, we did make some incredible cosmetic modifications and improvements. One of which was replacing our carpet and sheet vinyl with new solid surface plank flooring.
Our RV kitchen backsplash in our fifth wheel is a bit different from the popular peel and stick backsplash tiles that other RV owners installing in their RV kitchens. Here’s our cool DIY backsplash that is affordable and durable with a fun pop of color and texture! We also are including our step-by-step installation guide.
If you think remodeling a fifth wheel bathroom is easy and less time consuming because it’s small, think again! Our RV bathroom was actually the most challenging because it involved working around the toilet and tight corners. But the question remains, would we do it again?
Every RV remodel or renovation project needs to start with a good plan even before picking up a paint brush or hanging art on a wall. But, what if you don’t even know where to start? We’ll help walk you through the interior design planning process of your future RV makeover.