Rustic Modern RV Tour

Rustic Modern RV Tour

We’ve been on the road in our renovated motorhome for several months now, but the interior continues to evolve as we learn more about our tiny home habits. We previously shared photos of our rustic modern RV all decked out for the holidays but wanted to share some updated photos so you can get a glimpse of how we’re currently living in less than 300 square feet. (When it’s super clean anyway, which tends to last all of about 5 minutes.)

Update: 6/2017 – Check out our most recent RV video tour below!

By the way, I feel super honored to have recently been interviewed by Little Yellow Couch for the Style Matters Podcast! It was my first Podcast so I was pretty nervous and even screwed up one of my favorite Dr. Wayne Dyer quotes at the end, but it was a lot of fun and I hope you’ll check it out!

Here’s a recent photo of our RV enjoying the Florida sun after spending the last few months in Wisconsin. We’ll be heading out in just a couple weeks to slowly make our way West.

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I don’t know if our to-do list will ever be finished, and there are items we would eventually like to update, but they aren’t as high on our priority list right now. Besides, we like the idea of picking up some of these items on the road as we travel West.

Rustic Modern RV Tour

Is our RV perfect? Nope. Are there changes I want to make to some of the decor? Yup, but we love our tiny home on wheels and are enjoying all the of the challenges, adventures, and memories that come with it.

For those that are new here you can read more about us and our RV adventure here. This post may contain affiliate links for your convenience. View our full disclosure here.

The Before Tour (Video):

I’ll include some before photos throughout the post, but you can also watch a quick before tour from our very first RV trip below:

I’ll warn you ahead of time that this post is pretty heavy on photos so you may want to grab a cup of coffee or wine, or whatever drink tickles your fancy.

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This is what the front of the RV looked like when we first brought it home. The previous owner took really good care of it, it just wasn’t our style.

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This is from our first night hanging out in the RV. I remember sitting on that couch and planning out some of the renovation projects on my iPad. 🙂

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Here’s an updated photo of our living room. I love our buffalo check curtains (which you may have seen in our Christmas tour) but they felt a little dark as we head into Spring so I wanted to go with something else. To be honest, I had some white curtains up but it was just a little too white.

I’m considering painting a design on them since I haven’t had any luck finding the design I have in my head, but am gonna keep an eye out to see if I find something I love. Until then I found these microsuede curtains online for $30 and I’m digging them for now.

Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com

Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com

The photo above shows our extending pull-out desk/table in action. Sometimes Eric works on his laptop at the sofa using a folding TV tray and sometimes I use my computer on the wall-mounted desk in our bedroom, but we both enjoy working (and eating) on this pull out desk/table too. We originally planned to keep the table leaves (and tray) in the storage behind the sofa but instead we just store it next to the drivers chair while parked, or between the passenger chair and sofa when we driving between destinations.

Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com

I recently picked up that clip-on cup holder and it’s coming in handy, especially when I use the desk in the bedroom.

Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com

And if you’re curious about how we catch up on our favorite movies and shows, we have our TV installed on a lift inside the media cabinet in our living room (where the dinette booth previously was).

Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com

I love having plants but our cat Duckie loves to eat them, so I’ve tucked some of his favorites inside a mini greenhouse I found at HomeGoods.

Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com

This is the sofa that came with our RV and while it was functional, it wasn’t our style.

Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com

We had trouble finding the perfect sofa in the awkward dimensions we needed (and within budget) so we removed the old one and built our own. We definitely lucked out by having my mom upholster the cushions.

There’s extra storage underneath, and I love the narrow sofa table we built behind it. We planned to use it for storage but we have to be extra careful trying to get anything in there with the exposed bulbs from the overhead light fixture we built. Exposed bulbs are awesome, but you definitely need to be extra careful if you install them in a place with lower ceilings, like an RV. Yeah I probably didn’t thing that through, but hey I still love them!

Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com

Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com

The ottomans we’re using for our “coffee table” are not the prettiest things, but they work for now and the furry rug disguises them a bit more.

I like that they can be used as footstools and turn into mini chairs when we need extra seating. Not to mention they are bonus storage and we use them for corralling loose items before hitting the road.

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Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com
Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com

Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com

Here’s what our kitchen originally looked like. It was in decent condition before we discovered the massive water leak in the ceiling due to cracks in our skylight.

Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com
You can read more about our tiny kitchen remodel here.

Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com

Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com

Yes we have a mini venus flytrap in our kitchen, but honestly my jar of vinegar/dish soap probably does a better job.

Oh and you can catch a glimpse of my mom’s Avocado Seed Planter in this photo, which I just placed a new seed in. She created a way to plant avocado seeds where you don’t need to use messy toothpicks. Be sure to check them out in her Etsy shop!

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The backsplash is painted wood planks, although it’s hard to tell from the photos. You can  get  a better idea below:

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We need to re-oil our counters here soon, but are still very happy with how they’re holding up. You can read all about our wood countertops here.

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This hanging wall storage sure is coming in handy, especially with space at a premium.

By the way, our DIY magnetic/dry erase fridge panels are holding up great. I recently discovered that Target’s Method All-Purpose Cleaner is the best way to clean the panels, and remove any ghost writing left behind from dry erase markers.

Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.comHere’s what the view used to look like down the hallway into our bedroom…

Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com

And this is what it looks like now. This hallway is one of the reasons we purchased this specific RV floor plan (we love the large windows), but now it feels less like an outdated motel room and more like “us”.

Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com

Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com

A couple months ago we added extra wood to the sides of our wall-mounted desk so that I can also use it for my Mac. I don’t like that it blocks the window, but it’s nice to work on my computer in the bedroom sometimes.

Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com

Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com

Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com

Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com

The bathroom may be small, but it’s one of my favorite spaces. There are two entrances – one from the hallway and one into the bedroom, which makes it feel bigger.

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We loved the extra storage space this linen closet provided, but it wasn’t as functional for us with the added drawers so we removed it and built our own custom storage space.

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The wood and tin came from Eric’s family’s farm and we still have some “prettying” up to do to the inside. The lower section of the cabinet actually holds the litter box, which our cats can access from the side of the wall in the bedroom, which you’ll see in just a minute.

Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com

Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com

Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com

Here’s a photo that shows what the RV looked like after we removed the old linen closet and before we painted all of the wood cabinets in the bedroom white…

Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com

And here you can see the kitty door we installed in the wall that leads into the closet in the bathroom. We were unable to install the litter box in one of the storage bays below the RV due to a steel beam, and didn’t care for it in front of the passenger chair, so we figured this was our next best option. The cats love it and it’s easier to clean, but I do wake up sometimes to their super loud scratching, haha. We still think it’s the best spot for it, but just something to think about if you’re looking for litter box options in your tiny home.

Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com

Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com

Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com

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Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com

Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com

Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com

Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com

Well that about wraps up our Rustic Modern RV Tour. We hope we’ve inspired you to create a home you love, regardless of how much space you have 🙂 If you have any questions feel free to leave them in the comments below.

Update: 6/2017 – Don’t forget to check out our most recent RV Video tour here!

Rustic Modern RV Tour

Note: The photo above was taken right before our latest video tour. I forgot a few projects have changed around here and will need to add some more updated photos soon!

Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com
Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com
Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com
Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com

Looking for more RV inspiration? You can find all of our RV-related posts here. Don’t forget to check out our YouTube Channel and if you’re Curious about our RV decor and products you can check out our list of our RV decor resources!


Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com
Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com
Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com
Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com
Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com
Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com
Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com
Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com
Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com
Could you live in less than 300 square feet? See how this outdated motorhome was completely transformed into a rustic modern RV! MountainModernLife.com
68 Comments
  • Kathy
    Reply

    Can we just bring our RV to you guys, and have you completely re-do it for us!!! ROFL!! (Not trying to be a weird stalker type!) But, if you guys head through the St. Louis area on your way out West, and need to take a break, we would love to meet you for a drink, or a meal!!!

    February 21, 2017 at 8:40 am
  • Just recently found your page! Love it and everything you’ve done with your RV. We have an old RV that we spent 4.5 years travelling around North America in nearly a decade ago now. These days we have it parked up lakeside a couple of miles from our house and are renovating it ! (and wondering why we never did it whilst we were travelling so we could enjoy the fruits of our labour?!)

    Question about your lighting that you switched out – I love the style of your new/industrial look fixtures and wondering if you purchased them or made them? And are they 12v – ie, are they running off the batteries or 110v so you only use them when you’re hooked up to power? We are changing out some of our fittings for something less ’70-style-RV-terrible’. Most of the lighting in our RV is currently 12v which is awesome that we don’t need a hookup to have them running but I’m figuring out how to get all the awesome fixtures you see to run 12v, and of course none of the awesome vintage lightbulbs that are around can be used in our 12v fixtures. Just wondering if you’ve done some handywork in this department or found an awesome source for 12v lighting??

    February 22, 2017 at 4:57 pm
  • Diane Davies
    Reply

    Hi, love what you guys are doing! My husband and I have recently started renovating our own RV we just bought. I’m curious how travelling with your cats has been? Do they go outside at all? Have you had any issue in at the places you’ve stayed? Love to hear how your fur balls enjoy it
    -Diane

    February 22, 2017 at 6:37 pm
  • Tiffany McFarlane
    Reply

    WOW! Your home is ABSOLUTELY AMAZING & BEAUTIFUL! I sat here in awe because I am strongly considering purchasing an RV and fulltiming. This encourages me to not only do it, but I am excited to make it “my first home”. Thank you so much for the inspiration and you guys did an fantastic job! 😀

    February 22, 2017 at 8:34 pm
  • Ed Bickford
    Reply

    What a cool renovation you have done! Love it – feel like a home!

    February 22, 2017 at 9:33 pm
  • PaToya Hall
    Reply

    Do you mind posting at some point about where you got your home decor/accessories? Love what you’ve done!

    February 22, 2017 at 10:44 pm
  • vicki
    Reply

    Absolutely LOVE your home. I wish I had your talents and visions! I purchased an old 1978 Tioga that only has 55000 miles. I’m just hoping mine will look a third as good when I’m finished with it!!!!

    February 23, 2017 at 8:16 am
  • LOOOOOVE what you’ve done with the RV! Your videos have been super informative as well. My husband and I are planning on building a home in the Rocky Mountains next year, and we decided that we’re going to renovate and live in a 5th wheel while we build. Saves on rent, and we all get to be together during the build instead of separated all the time. You’re blog has been very inspiring and it’s one of my favorite go-tos! If you’re ever in CO I would love to meet you all!

    February 23, 2017 at 4:14 pm
  • nancyk
    Reply

    Oh my, you should have seen our cat crouched on the dash of our motor home watching the buffalo in Yellowstone. She was completely fascinated. Trinity went on frequent car rides since she was a baby (I didn’t want another cat that screamed and threw up all the way to the vet’s office once a year) and turned out to be a wonderful traveler.
    I love what you have done to your Home. My husband wants to scream and throw up when I show him all this! He says this is one reason he loves the mh, he doesn’t have to paint or restore anything. Also resale! resale! what if others don’t like it? I’m sneaking my way in slowly. Mostly with fabrics for now ……

    February 24, 2017 at 6:52 pm
  • Linda Jones
    Reply

    I have SO many questions, but I’ll only ask a few. How do you attach things to your walls, like the wood and little decorative items? It looks like you’ve removed the window blinds, how do you deal with privacy and blocking the sun? Thank you in advance…I’m a retired woman living full time in a fifth wheel, which I would love to update…I just don’t know how to start. You’ve done such a great job with yours!

    February 25, 2017 at 1:56 pm
  • Maria Papazikos
    Reply

    Clearly you both are a great team!!..and what a turn out!!..Thank you for the inspiration!..Totally in L❤VE with it..I do hqve a question..on “hanging”..items on the wall..what arw you using?..some look like they can be a little heavy..Like the towel holder in the bathroom.( simply stunning btw!)..Also does your RV have a winter package?..and how is that working out?
    Thank you so much!!
    Great job!
    Maria

    February 26, 2017 at 8:18 pm
  • Beautiful results. Inspite of thr water entering from the crack skylight, you still did not give up, and have a beautiful home on wheels. Thank you for all the the encouraging words and the tips and ideas. Keep rolling! LOL!

    February 27, 2017 at 9:28 am
  • Katie, if I sent pic of our interior would you consider giving me a few ideas for a new look? I’d love a beach theme using turquoise and coral. We’ve been full-time in ours for 6 years! We have a 2011 Heartland Landmark fifth wheel.
    Thanks, Kathy

    February 28, 2017 at 8:57 pm
  • Linda Jones
    Reply

    Did you use standard light fixtures, or did you have to buy ones made for RV’s? I’ve been looking, but haven’t found RV lights as nice as yours.

    March 1, 2017 at 12:34 am
  • Katie
    Reply

    This is beautiful! I was just wondering roughly how much this cost y’all to do?

    March 1, 2017 at 1:31 pm
  • Dori Johns
    Reply

    Wow! You two are amazing! First of all you have fabulous taste and your decorating skills leave me speechless!

    We’re getting ready to start renovations on our 2000 non-slide Georgie Boy and I’ve gotten so much inspiration from you. I love the two-tone cabinetry – white uppers and black lowers (or are they dark gray) – and will use your idea in my coach. Did you prime the walls and cabinetry first? And one more question, please. Did you install the new wood-look flooring directly on top of the original floor?

    Thanks so very much for sharing your stunning coach! Hugs! 🙂

    March 4, 2017 at 9:08 am
  • Wow, wow, wow! Thank you so much for the generous use of photos! This is AMAZING! Omgoodness, I want an RV now. LOL! My husband has been wanting one for years. Great inspiration! Great job.

    March 9, 2017 at 9:55 am
  • Karen Trudeau
    Reply

    Love what you have done…amazing! We are searching now for a 5th wheel, full time grade RV. Decided to buy used and renovate. I was wondering what type of paint you used on the walls and cabinets? I saw milk paint on your site, but that may have only been for specific things and does the milk paint hold up? Enjoy your journey…cannot wait to go full time!

    March 18, 2017 at 10:22 pm
  • Amie Green
    Reply

    Love this!!! I am in the process of redoing a 1979 RV! I have my work cut out for me! lol!
    I am wondering what you used for your walls? Did you paint? What about the wood panelling in the bathroom?
    Thanks! adding you to my favs!

    March 29, 2017 at 2:13 pm
  • Angie Benedetto
    Reply

    Can you please tell me where you got your white roller shades??? I’m looking for something exactly like the ones you have. Thank you!

    April 22, 2017 at 6:40 pm
  • Flash Kinney
    Reply

    Katie, you all are incredible! My dream is to go full time once our girls are in college. I love seeing the before and afters of your all’s home- it’s a labor of love and we all love it! I do wonder about internet connection as I’ll be working while on the road. What’re your tips on speed and security? I can’t tell you how incredible your home is- splendid job!

    April 23, 2017 at 7:29 am
  • Lanaya Moss
    Reply

    We are in a slow process of changing our rv from an 80’s style to a little more modern. I thought we were doing a good job until I see your transformation, holy modern change!!!! You guys are amazing it is absolutely stunning! Maybe someday we can hope to be so creative.

    May 5, 2017 at 10:00 am
  • Autumn Blyleven
    Reply

    Love all the info! I am in love with your RV floor plan and what you did with it!! I especially love the removal of the dinette and adding the entertainment cabinet! Quick question about your RV, does the base of the bed have storage; either full or partial? (I can’t find this info anywhere) . Thanks!

    May 7, 2017 at 3:21 pm
  • Hi, Katie! Beautiful RV renovation! My husband and I are also living full-time in an RV. Such a wonderful experience! I look forward to reading more about your adventure! Enjoy every moment of it!

    May 21, 2017 at 4:04 pm
  • Nora
    Reply

    Great job! Check out Ouray, CO and Estes Park, CO on your journey!

    June 14, 2017 at 8:51 pm
    • Thanks Nora! Those are two spots we’ve heard great things about and we totally hope to explore them while we’re there. Thanks again!

      June 24, 2017 at 12:33 pm
  • Patti Boatwright
    Reply

    Hope you haven’t passed by Blowing Rock, NC yet. I loved visiting there a couple of years ago. My personal favorite is Fayetteville, Arkansas. The Ozarks aren’t super high mountains but not bad and you can’t beat the cost of living! It’s a wonderland for the outdoor enthusiast! Peace and blessings to you! Patti

    July 5, 2017 at 3:47 pm
  • Great video, great site, awesome ideas! I suggest Pagosa Springs, CO 🙂

    July 12, 2017 at 2:08 am
    • Thank you much Petra, I hope it’s been helpful! Katie has looked into Pagosa Springs a bit, seems like an amazing place we’ll have to see if we can squeeze it in 🙂

      July 22, 2017 at 7:48 pm
  • Brandie
    Reply

    Whoa what?? That was amazing!!! I”m in awe.

    One question – where do you store your computer when not in use?

    I’m also amazed and confused that the table and the tv pop out of the same space – do you have a more detailed explanation of how you built that area?

    Seriously amazing, good work!

    July 12, 2017 at 2:47 pm
    • Brandie
      Reply

      OK, I found the link to where you explain how you did the TV area, so ignore that, haha.

      But I am still curious where you store your computer.

      And also, do you have room for guests??

      July 12, 2017 at 2:52 pm
      • Hey Brandie, I forgot to answer your question about guests. We didn’t really plan to have too many guests staying the night, but if they did they could bring a tent, stay on the sofa, or there is enough room for a blow up mattress in the living room.

        July 22, 2017 at 6:42 pm
    • Thank you so much Brandie! We actually have a couple of different places we keep it when we are parked, generally it is on the slide out table, the flip up desk in our room, or on the media cabinet. When we are driving to a new destination we generally store it in the car with Katie. We originally planned to store it in the media cabinet however we feel more secure with it in the car with Katie. I’ll put a couple of links below that go into more detail about the media cabinet and how we created it.

      http://mountainmodernlife.com/installing-tv-lift/
      http://mountainmodernlife.com/diy-pull-out-table/

      If you’re looking to keep your computer in the same spot you may want to consider something like the SafeDome Cable Lock. This Little Adventure uses this for their computer, here’s their post with more info.

      http://www.tillmantheatre.com/-this-little-adventure-/office

      I hope this helps!!

      July 12, 2017 at 3:01 pm
  • Chelsea Shirk
    Reply

    This is such great inspiration for us, as we are planning to do a RV renovation of our own soon. How long did the total renovation take? Make sure you make your way through Flagstaff, AZ. We love it here.

    July 21, 2017 at 1:30 pm
  • Heather
    Reply

    You have done such a beautiful job! Thanks for all the great info. I’m just wondering where you purchased the US map in your bedroom. I’ve been wanting a nice map for our RV and I love the vintage feel yours has. Thanks again! Your hard work is appreciated by so many!

    July 24, 2017 at 11:53 pm
  • Michele Anderson
    Reply

    Just watched your video and think your RV is fabulous! I have a tip for you that I hope you like. I bought an enclosed – what looks like a storage bench – for my cat Stella’s litter box and I added a battery operated, motion activated light that i put inside on the wall of the enclosure so when she goes in, it turns on for her. I found it a Lowe’s for less that $20 and this particular one is magnetic. (It comes with a metal plate you adhere to the wall) It works great and the batteries last a long time. Anyway, you guys are great – Keep having fun!

    August 2, 2017 at 8:59 pm
  • Kristi
    Reply

    Beautiful !!
    My question is , what kind of beams did y’all put around the wall in y’all bedroom?
    Y’all are an inspiration to me !
    Just starting to redo a 2005 fifth wheel 🙂
    Our very First camper .. . Just painted walls and ceiling .. onto cabinets next 🙂
    And so on 🙂
    Thanks so much Katie and Eric

    Kristi 🌻

    August 11, 2017 at 11:34 pm
  • Cheron Bentley
    Reply

    Hi, It’s beautiful. You have great taste. I am redoing my 5th wheel. My question is, when upgrading your lighting, did you use rv lights with 12volt or did you convert to household led lights?

    August 12, 2017 at 8:54 pm

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