You’ll want to make this renovated fifth wheel your adventure home (and you can!)
Whether you’re looking for a renovated 5th wheel to become your next adventure home or are looking for motivation to get cracking on your own camper remodel, today’s feature is sure to inspire!
Matt and Adien are RV flippers based out of Virginia, and their latest renovation, a 2008 Forest River Flagstaff, has a minimalist yet cozy neutral interior. (It’s also currently for sale!)
One of my favorite projects is the custom entertainment cabinet and fireplace they built to replace the microwave area. Talk about a genius use of space, and Matt executed it beautifully. I was also blown away to discover the wall in the bathroom is stenciled and not wallpapered.
Needless to say, I’m kinda obsessed with this 5th wheel. I’m excited for whoever snags it up, and can’t wait to see what these RV renovators do next!
Renovated Fifth Wheel from @southsidecamper
TYPE OF RV
2008 Forest River Flagstaff
What inspired you to renovate RV’s?
One day we stumbled on one of the biggest RV renovator’s instagram page, and we got hooked. We didn’t even know that there was such a thing as RV renovation. So this amazing community inspired us to be part of it, and we thought with my vision and Matt’s extraordinary craftsmanship, we can also share some things to the community that we love so much!
What made you choose this specific RV to renovate?
It was in very good condition, the layout, and the possibilities of what we could do with it!
How would you describe your decorating style?
Bright, homey, and modern.
Was this 5th wheel renovation inspired by anything or anyone specific?
Not anyone specific, but we always try to pay attention and be aware of what’s trending in interior design and what people might like. For example, what color palette is in for this year, what style of decor and furniture people are into, even trending pillow patterns!
What’s your favorite aspect of interior design?
For us, design is story telling. So we always try to bring our vision of the RV interior by creating stories using patterns, colors, textures, etc. We love the experiment and the challenge to create something that people will remember. And it was so joyful to admire the finished reno!
What was most challenging about this renovation?
The most challenging was designing and building the entertainment center. We want to make sure that it looks like it belongs there and to be a seamless product when it’s finished.
What project made the most difference?
Brightening it up with white paint to let more light in probably made the most difference. It was a simple thing to do, but makes the biggest impact.
What’s your favorite piece of decor or splurge-worthy item that was incorporated into the interior?
We really love how the entertainment center turned out.
Also, the chandelier 🙂
What piece of advice would you give someone about to embark on an RV renovation?
We would say research, research and research. We spent 5 months researching about RV renovation before we actually got out there to find one to renovate. But with the fast- growing RV community that helps each other during the process, it made me believe that anyone can renovate a camper.
Do you take on custom renovation projects or offer design consulting?
We’re thinking about starting a custom reno project.
Most asked about product sources:
Paint Color on Cabinets: Shiitake by SW
Paint Color on Doors and Wall Treatments: Stone Lion by SW
Dining Room Chairs: Amazon
Stencil used on Bathroom Wall: Etsy – PinkipoDesign
Flooring: LVP from Lowes called Hearthside Hickory