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Let these gorgeous RVs inspire you to channel your inner Joanna Gaines!
Amy and her husband sold their 1,700 square foot home to live in this Forest River travel trailer. Amy has gradually been making modifications which include a peel-and-stick tile backsplash, painted cabinets, a drop-leaf table from Ikea, and peel-and-stick wallpaper on the refrigerator. Her white plank wall is actually made from textured shiplap wallpaper.
Brooke and her husband Jon regularly live in their camper while traveling for work, so they wanted it to have a homey feel. Their travel trailer has undergone several phases of decor including this farmhouse look which featured white cabinets, peel-and-stick wallpaper, and cozy decor pieces.
Brooke used burlap sacks to make curtains and cover the trim on her dining booth.
After having to remove a wall in their bathroom due to a suspected water leak, Brooke and Jon decided to replace the wall with corrugated metal, which gave it even more of a country feel.
Cherice and her husband bought their fifth wheel to live in full time after they sell their house. Clean gray and white paint with cheerful blue and white curtains make this kitchen feel fresh and modern.
The rich, wood headboard original to the camper is accented nicely by the dark paint color, while white trim and one white wall keeps the darker colors from overpowering.
Cherice and her husband removed the built-in dining booth and sofa, replacing it with a sofa with hidden storage under the seat and a convenient storage cart. The faux wood accent wall in the living room slide was created using this wallpaper.
Christina and her husband bought their 2015 Forest River Wildwood Heritage Glen Lite fifth wheel to live in full time so they could keep their same home no matter where in the U.S. the military sends them. To mimic the look of a plank wall, Christina used peel-and-stick flooring which she then painted. She then used antiquing wax to create the illusion of depth and to give her white painted furniture an aged look. You can read more on her blog about her bedroom makeover.
Christina used peel and stick flooring to make a faux wood wall in her kitchen, too. She also added burlap to the inset panels of her kitchen cabinets.
Here is a picture of her RV’s living area.
Jennifer and her fiancé remodeled this 2007 Timberlodge RV to use as a lake house. Having the RV set up in a permanent location gave them a bit more freedom with their decor and furniture choices.
A versatile drop-leaf table can be expanded to seat more people or occupy less space with the leaves down.
To create her backsplash, Jennifer used faux brick paneling (available at Home Depot or Lowe’s) and added spackling “grout” and whitewash to make it look more realistic. Her fiancé built the amazing stovetop cover.
The subway tile backsplash in her beautiful bathroom is peel-and-stick tile from Amazon.
The black and white color scheme with rustic wood gives Jennifer’s RV a more modern Farmhouse feel.
Kelly turned her 2002 Coachmen Rendezvous Class A into a farmhouse on wheels. with the help of some paint, distressed wood wallpaper on the dining booth, and other decorative touches.
This is Kelly’s dining booth being used as a comfortable looking day bed.
Kelly used the same peel-and-stick subway tiles that Jennifer Reid used in her RV.
Kimberlyn made the uncommon choice to paint her RV’s trim but leave the original wallpaper, and it looks awesome!
A slipcover disguises the factory-original sofa.
Kimberlyn used the distressed wood wallpaper to make an accent wall behind her bed and as insets for her cabinet doors.
Melissa has an impressive ability to innovate to create the look she imagines for her RV. She made her curtain rods out of PVC pipe spray painted to look like copper, and her windows are framed with peel-and-stick wood shiplap. I love the decorative “wrought-iron” detail in the corners of the slide-out trim, made from a shelf bracket.
In addition to fresh paint and cute farm decor, a tin backsplash helped Michelle achieve the bright and cheery Farmhouse look in her RV’s kitchen.
Michelle added more storage by mounting these baskets on the kitchen cabinets. (Check out this blog post I wrote for more fruit storage ideas!)
Michelle also used the distressed wood wallpaper as a bedroom accent wall.
She painted her built-in dresser with an aging technique to complete the antique Farmhouse look.
Robyn and her husband John renovated a 1990 toy hauler and turned it into a tiny home. These photos show some of Robyn’s Farmhouse style decor during one phase of their renovation process.
Robyn’s husband does construction for a living, so it was no problem for him to build a real plank wall for their bathroom.
They also added this real wood wall and sliding door to the open floor plan toy hauler to create a separate bedroom for their daughters. They reinforced the frame of their RV to compensate for the added weight of the extra walls.
Robyn uses vintage Farmhouse items like a rake head and a cheese grater to add storage to her kitchen.
To see more photos of beautiful RV makeovers (including the ones pictured below), check out this blog post featuring photos of some of my favorite RV makeovers!