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A few years ago Lisa Rice decided to combine her love for camping with her love for making things pretty. She fell in love with pop-up campers because of how compact they are without feeling claustrophobic, and it didn’t take long for a new hobby to emerge.
She has since transformed several pop-ups, and today we’re going to take a peek inside one of them.
Not only is the inside bright, airy, and summer-ready, but it was completely transformed for under $200!
Let’s dive into the tour!
Pop-Up Camper Makeover
What kind of camper do you have?
Coleman Destiny Royale
How long did the renovation take?
About 2 weeks
How much did it cost?
Do you travel or are you stationary?
I live in a house, but love to go camping!
How would you describe your decorating style?
Where’s your favorite place to shop for décor?
Target, Amazon, Homegoods
What project made the most difference?
Flooring and paint…it’s hard to pick just one!
Do you have any future projects or changes planned for the interior?
I’m on the hunt for another tent trailer flip.
(You can see her latest camper flip here!)
What piece of advice would you give someone just starting a camper renovation?
There are some great tutorials on Instagram and youtube.
What has been your favorite place to explore or a place you are excited to explore in the future?
My favorite place to camp is Detroit Lake in Oregon, I would also love to do some more camping in Bend, Oregon this summer.
Most asked about product sources and DIY Projects:
– Primed the cabinets with some Zinsser primer I already had.
– Painted the cabinets Wythe Blue by Benjamin Moore.
– Painted the table and sink counter with Rust-Oleum Countertop Coating.
– Added real Bamboo floors that I bought off Craigslist for $10!
– Added 1cm Quartz countertops to the long side benches.
– Sewed new white vinyl banquette covers (I took a sewing class for this project).
– Hemmed shower curtains from Target for the bunkend curtains.
– Sewed white curtains for the side windows