20 Beautiful Boho-Style RV Renovations You Have to See to Believe
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Ashley Mann spent three years living full time in a 38-foot, 5th-wheel RV with her husband Josiah and their cat, Kitty. Her favorite thing about RV life is the challenge of finding the perfect way to organize a space, and she loves seeing all the creative and clever ways people come up with to customize their RVs.
If you want your RV to look Instagram-worthy, you don't necessarily need to renovate your camper from bumper to bumper. The boho-style RV renovations in this article include brand-new RVs, vintage trailers, giant fifth wheels, and tiny campers. Any RV can be turned into a beautiful glamper with a little decor and good design.
Now let's look at some pictures!
Restored Vintage Shasta Camper
Many people dream about buying a little camper to live in and travel around doing yoga in beautiful state parks, but Summer and Ryan decided buy a 1969 Shasta camper and make that dream a reality.
Follow their adventurous lifestyle and see more pictures of their adorable little home-on-wheels on Instagram at @summerginther.
Renovated Keystone Cougar Fifth Wheel
That cactus wall!
The owners of this RV, full-time RVers Kevin and Mandy, nailed an effortless boho look with their renovated fifth wheel.
Vintage 80's Motorhome Makeover
Jessi is an artist who turned a small, older motorhome into a retreat that expresses her personality and facilitates her travels. Follow her on Instagram at @mashuplove.
1970 Silver Streak Travel Trailer
This vintage trailer with Southwest vibes was renovated by Katie and Jed, a husband and wife team who together own Stagecoach Detail & Design, a camper renovation company specializing in creating and staging short-term rentals.
I'm obsessed with this unique painted door!
1996 Damon Motorhome Makeover
This is of my personal favorite motorhome renovations because of the unique touches like the hand-painted compass and the glass tubes of spices in wooden holders on the wall.
Looking at the before photos of this 1996 Damon Ultrasport makes the vision this couple had for its potential even more amazing when you see the after photos on Instagram.
Renovated Vintage Millard Caravan (Australian)
Tony and Jennifer's vintage Millard caravan “Millie” allows them to go on adventures and make memories with their two girls.
See more of Jen's beautiful decor and clever use of space in this tiny Australian Mallard glamper on her Instagram profile, @fortheloveofmillie.
Remodeled Quantum Fifth Wheel
A black accent wall creates a dramatic backdrop to show off pattern and texture in this rustic camper. Interior designer and custom sign maker Mariah renovated this gorgeous trailer.
You can see photos of their entire RV renovation process on her Instagram page, @TheSloppyJos. (They even painted their RV exterior, and it looks awesome!)
2007 Sunset Creek Travel Trailer
One of the first steps for many RVers when renovating is to remove the built-in dining booth, which opens up much more potential for the space.
Fresh paint, new furniture, and touches like a colorful rug made this an inviting space for Amy and her two kids to call home. See photos of this RV's renovation process on Instagram at @lovethetinylife.
2006 Vauxhall Movano Camper Van (European)
This dreamy boho-chic camper van carries fashion blogger Natalia Homolova and her husband Roland on adventures throughout Europe.
Follow their travels on Instagram at @WhereWeTravelTo.
2007 Dutchman Fifth Wheel
Working as a travel nurse gives Emily the opportunity to travel not only in the States, but around the world. Living in her renovated RV makes it easy for her to relocate, and also gives her an outlet for her creativity with interior design!
You can see more pictures of Emily's RV on Instagram.
2013 Open Range Fifth Wheel
Rough beams and shiplap in contrast with rich colors and ornate details make this renovated newer fifth wheel a luxurious but comforting retreat.
Get to know this full-traveling, homeschooling family of four and follow their travel lifestyle on Instagram at @r.maria.fuller.
Remodeled Big Horn Fifth Wheel
Shelby and her husband Rooster bought renovated this fifth wheel as a home that would allow them to stay together when Rooster's military career forced him to move. Since they're currently parked in California, Shelby decided to go with a decor style she describes as “Bohemian surf shack”.
You can see more pictures of this beautiful RV on Instagram @shelbyadrift.
Renovated Class A Motorhome
Living in a motorhome with her family gave Erin the freedom she needed to start pursuing a career in music. You can see Erin's renovation process at @erinflaniganmusic.
Psst! Those gorgeous copper drawer pulls? Spray painted! 🙂
Keystone Fifth Wheel Makeover
Bright white walls and painted window frames make this fifth wheel feel extra spacious.
See more photos from this couple's time living in an RV on Instagram at @emily_economides.
1982 Windsor Statesman (Australian)
The space in this Australian caravan is utilized so well, you'd never believe this camper (affectionally named “Ollie”) is just 18 feet long!
The couple who gave it a makeover made sure the mechanics were in good shape so they wouldn't have to do much more than paint. See more pictures of the interior here, and follow this family on Instagram here.
Motorhome Fixer Upper
This camper is home to Tiffany and Caleb Remington, who live and work in the San Diego area. You can follow their tiny life and see some additional photos here.
Forest River Wildwood Travel Trailer
Zac and Melodie chose to downsize to an RV with their two boys in order to live debt-free. Their fully gutted and remodeled travel trailer proves just how beautiful a tiny home can be when you eliminate the clutter and keep only that which you need and love!
Follow this family's travels and see more photos of their RV at @oursimpleadventure.
2002 Keystone Cougar Fifth Wheel
I had an extremely difficult time figuring out which angle to choose to show off LeeAnn's bright and airy, plant-and-pillow-filled cottage on wheels! You'll just have to go see the rest of the photos for yourself (worth a click for the hexagon woodwork detailing alone!).
You can read about how she and her boyfriend Jordan renovated this currently-stationary fifth wheel in this blog post from Mountain Modern Life.
1989 Holiday Rambler Motorhome
This motorhome is over 30 years old, but you'd never know it from the interior alone! Leah and Brennan renovated it to live in full time, and they also have a tiny pull-behind camper that they use for shorter adventures.
See more pictures on Instagram at @the_ramblr_rv.
2016 Keystone Fuzion Toy Hauler Remodel
Autumn and Rusty Bailey renovated a brand new Keystone toy hauler to turn it into a home so they could all stay together when Rusty needed to relocate for work.
You can see more photos of their inventive use of space and beautiful decor on their Instagram page, and you can read about the family on Autumn's website.
- Add Authentic Arabic Style, Coziness, and Color - Spruce up the space with a leather ottoman pouf that adds some boho chic charm to the living room decor. It's the perfect furniture addition for cozying up with a book, as a foot rest, or an ottoman cover.
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Love seeing what can be done with a little work and imagination.
Wife and I bought our first RV. A 1998 Jamboree…
I’m interested in starting a travel blog with the options of getting some sort of small income from the advertising. Any advice or help would be so appreciative.
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Hi! Here’s a resource I put together on my personal website that will give you some basic info to get started, and you can email me with additional questions through that link as well! 🙂
What do people do with all the furniture and decor when they are traveling?
Most of it is left in place. Things hung on walls can stay there as long as they are not breakable, and items set on shelves can be held in place using museum putty or acrylic mounting tape. Some items may be packed into a box or basket. The furniture is usually secured using bungee cords and tie-down straps.
Thinking about journaling our campsites for later referencing. I’d like to keep in mind numbered campsites, easy access and great views for future reservations, pros and cons, etc.. Do you recommend any notebooks or ideas for doing so?
I would recommend the Complete RV Travel Planner from Streets Wander…it is available in a digital or spiral bound version, and is very thorough!