12 Amazing RV Renovations That Will Make You Want to Buy a Camper ASAP

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Looking for RV interior ideas for a camper or motorhome makeover? Planning a travel trailer remodel or RV renovations? Or maybe you’re just dreaming? These RV renovator Instagram feeds are sure to inspire you!

Some of these renovators are professionals and are available for hire, if you want someone to renovate your RV for you! Others are simply talented interior designers who renovate and flip their own RVs.

1. Professional RV Renovator: @RVFixerUpper

It’s hard to believe this romantic bedroom is actually the garage of a toy hauler trailer! Trina and Steve have been renovating RVs since 2017 and are must-follow RV renovators on Instagram.

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2. Professional RV Renovators: @Wayland_Ventures

Husband and wife team Chris & Tiernee professionally renovate RVs and are available for hire. They operate out of Wisconsin and personally are my favorite renovators to follow on Instagram! I love how bright and modern every RV they flip looks.

Photo Credit: Wayland Ventures

Want to hire a renovator like this, but there are none in your area? You can always have your renovated RV shipped to your door!

3. RVers: @188sqft

Kevin and Mandy have renovated two fifth wheels for full-time living! I love how Kevin and Mandy use color in their decor.  The photo below is the first RV they renovated to live in, and their renovation of the toy hauler they upgraded to is amazing as well!

Photo credit: @188sqft

Their second RV renovation feels even more like home!

Photo credit: @188sqft

4. RVers: @ArrowsAndBow

Not only is their RV beautiful, but through their gorgeous photography, they give you a glimpse into their life and show you that it’s actually possible for 5 people to enjoy living together in a tiny space!

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5. RVers: @Toni__Tillman (formerly @This_Little_Adventure)

Karlton and Toni’s RV was the first one that made me think I might actually enjoy living in a motorhome.  Now they’re planning to upgrade to a fifth wheel, and I’m looking forward to following their “slightly bigger adventure” as well!

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6. RVer: @WendyWiseSpaces

RV interior designer Wendy’s glampers are truly works of art.  What amazes me the most is how each trailer she renovates has its own completely unique style!

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7. RVers: @WallaceFamilyFarm (formerly @BloomingOaksFarm)

This pretty camper was home to a family of 4 while they were their dream home, an adorable farmhouse.  They did a fantastic job of making this trailer a cozy place to live in the meantime!

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8. RVers: @GypsyAndAPirate

This is another motorhome that makes me think I might be okay with downsizing from my current fifth wheel if I could renovate one to look as beautiful as that!

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9. RV Renovations: @WanderfulRVInteriors

This Instagram account features photos of gorgeous renovated RVs that have all been featured on the accompanying website, WanderfulRVInteriors.com.

10. RVers: @AutumnABailey

Another RV family that makes me think having kids shouldn’t stop anyone from living on the road!  This couple converted their toy hauler’s master bedroom into a bedroom for their kids, and turned the garage part of the RV into a bedroom for themselves.

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11. RVers: @PleadingTheFifth_Wheel

Not only does their RV renovation give me ideas for my own fifth wheel, but I love following this family on Instagram because Renee often shares thoughts that remind me that tiny living is less about having the most beautiful RV and more about living your life in a way that makes you feel happy and free.

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If you enjoyed seeing the RVs in this article, follow us @RVinspiration to see more!  Every day we post new photos of incredible RV makeovers like the ones above!  If you’d like to have us feature your RV makeover, email your photos to [email protected]!

contemporary RV renovation living room and kitchen by @gumboblood
Photo Credit: Victoria Jones

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  1. I love this. We’re on the homestretch of renovating our RV and I am SO excited about how it’s turning out! Will share pics soon!

      1. Hey.
        I spoke with you years ago while I was completely remodeling a 30ft 1 slide 5th wheel. I’m done and had this idea on how to not have a living room in your kitchen. It involves a wall on hinges that will blow you away. I will start it by spring. My pet peeve is a dang couch in the kitchen area,
        This completely solves that. Separate living room, kitchen, bathroom and bedroom. IN A 30 FOOTER!

  2. We had a 2001 allegro 31 ds. I loved it but hubby not so much so we sold it and bought a new toy hauler pull behind. I was a lil sad cause I wasn’t finished with my vision. We had it for two years and put 11,000 miles on it.
    We had just dialed in the packing and fueling ect. But life is waaaay too short to be that unhappy. Those two years were a huge learning curve for us

    1. I kinda know what you mean – we are still in our first RV but I’m wondering how long it’s going to feel like the right one for us. For that reason I’ve put off making major changes – not so much because I’m afraid of affecting resale value (it’s already 10 years old) but because I don’t want to go to all that trouble and then decide to sell it.

  3. we remolded our 5th wheel in a western style. i thought that it was beautiful, but we were surprised that not everyone who came to look at it love the western style. Oh everyone thought we did an awesome job. Anyway long story short, remember the resale factor.

  4. We recently bought a 1997 24 ft Minnie Winnie. I would like to do something different with the over the cab area. I haven’t seen any ideas for this space and wondered if they can be used for other than sleeping spaces?

    1. I have wondered about this as well as I have thought if I ever buy a Class C I would like to put that space to some good use other than just stashing my extra stuff up there. One idea I recall seeing a while back (but can’t remember where) was to turn that space into a reading nook, with shelves for books along the wall (with something across them to hold them in place) and some comfy pillows. If I see any other good ideas I’ll come back here and let you know!

  5. Instagram has been blocked on all of devices for various reasons. I’m very sad that I’m not able to view your pics ! So positive theyre truly inspiring! Keep up the great job!
    Thank you!

    1. Oh, that’s too bad! If you have an Instagram account, follow my page @RVinspiration and you’ll see lots of amazing RV renovation photos! 🙂

  6. Hi Ashley I have a Montana fifth wheel, I would like to paint my rv am looking for some ideas not sure of the paint I can use since we are in Canada and it’s get really cold here and not sure if wall papers would work for our climate. Thank I would really appreciate any feed back.

    1. Hi Michelle, I’ve definitely heard a lot of people say their wallpaper came down with the drastic climate changes. For painting cabinets, you’ll want to start by sanding the varnish off of any real wood lightly scuffing the fake wood with some very fine grit sandpaper, then clean off the dust and prime using a bonding primer…I’m not sure what paint brands you have in Canada, but I’ve heard several people recommend Sherwin Williams Extreme Bond as well as Glidden Gripper. Once the primer has dried you can paint over it with any interior paint. I would use a foam roller or a sprayer to get a nice finish on your cabinets. For the walls, you can skip the sanding and primer step and use a paint + primer all in one product if your walls have a texture to them, but if the walls are totally smooth I would follow the same process as for the fake wood of the cabinets. Hope that helps!

    2. We have the same rig, kind of. I ripped out the island, made a new one and removed the kitchen table. STORRAGE STORRAGE STORRAGE!

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