Tour this Eclectic Camper with Rustic Details
This week we’re touring an eclectic camper filled with rustic details, copper accents, and a beautiful mix of textures!
Eclectic Camper Tour with Rustic Details
We recently started a new design vibes series where we highlight renovated campers (and other inspiring spaces) every Friday! Our goal is to share how others have reimagined their homes, in hopes of inspiring you to create a space you love, regardless of the square footage.
Mandy and her furry companion, Opal, travel in this renovated C-Class, which is filled with globally-inspired decor.
Mandy purchased the camper already renovated (the previous owner was a woodworker) and then added her personal touch throughout. I absolutely love her use of layers, texture, and pattern!
Whether you’re planning a full-on camper remodel, or want to add decor to what you have, you’re sure to draw inspiration and ideas from this beautiful tiny home on wheels!
What kind of RV/Camper do you have?
Class C Four Winds 5000
How would you describe your decorating style?
I would say it’s an eclectic, globally-inspired, Bohemian, farmhouse style. That’s a mouthful!!
How much did you spend on the renovation?
The total cost of the camper was $17,000.
Slide over the images below to see the before.
What led you to the tiny life?
I’ve always love traveling. Living in a van allows me to take me home on the road. I can keep traveling, but have a more stable living environment (rather than hostels, couches, etc.) – it’s nice to have a space that’s my own!
How often do you travel?
I work remotely, so I try to stay in the same place during the week and then save the driving/exploring for the weekends.
Who do you travel with?
My doggo, Opal.
How long did it take you to remodel your RV/Camper?
I actually purchased it completely remodeled – all I did was add some decorations 🙂
What is your favorite project or piece of decor and why?
Of course, my favorite piece is the barn door! And my favorite decoration is my Turkish rug from Revival Rugs.
What project made the most difference in the space?
I love that the dinette was removed, so my dog has her own space (yep, she’s spoiled).
What do you enjoy most about your space following the transformation? Is there a specific area you spend most of your time?
I spend A LOT of time on the couch! It’s where I usually sit when I am working, but it’s also very comfy.
Where’s your favorite place to shop for décor?
I got most of my things at random online shops or Etsy or WORLD MARKET or Target!
What’s your favorite tiny home hack?
I LOVE my LED lights – they are basically the only lights I use at night and are super cute.
What is something you’ve learned in general or about yourself since going tiny?
There are so many things in our lives that we don’t need. Simplicity is a beautiful thing. Also, it’s so much harder to keep a smaller space clean!
What has been your favorite place to explore so far during your journey?
I went to a Van Life Gathering in the Grand Tetons and it was such an incredible experience to meet a tribe of people who can relate to this lifestyle. Everyone I met was such an inspiring and kickass person. The tiny living community has definitely been the best part of this journey.
What’s your favorite meal to cook in your tiny home?
Thanks Mandy and Opal for letting us tour your tiny home!
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