Tour this RV Renovated for a Family of 4 : 1997 Newmar Mountain Aire
Caiti and Jake are an adventure-seeking couple that decided to sell their home, buy an RV, and travel with their 2 small children, but first, a renovation was in order.
Today we’re taking a peek inside their 37-foot motorhome, and how they transformed it for a family of four.
One of my favorite projects they completed is a custom sofa built for the kid’s car seats so they can be buckled in when driving down the road. Not only that, but the sofa holds storage AND can be transformed into a desk area!
It’s a brilliant idea so be sure to check out their “Tiny Living” stories on Instagram to see how it works!
Tour this RV Renovated for a Family of 4
What kind of camper do you have?
1997 Newmar Mountain Aire
Do you travel or are you stationary?
We are 80/20 stationary/travel.
How would you describe your decorating style?
Earthy, boho, rustic.
What are you most inspired by or is there anything specific that inspired your reno?
New Mexico inspired a lot of the little details like the cactus wallpaper, the Navajo rug hanging on our bedroom wall.
Where’s your favorite place to shop for décor?
How long did the renovation process take?
About a year!
How much did you spend on the renovation?
About 15,000 USD
What project made the most difference in the space?
The table/desk/bench/trunk combo we designed and created was a game changer in the RV!
What was most challenging about your renovation?
Designing a bedroom space that would fit the four of us 🙂
What’s your favorite tiny home hack?
Tiny home hacks are not my thing. I’ve found we are happier with less. Less is truly more!
Do you have any future projects or changes planned for the interior?
We are constantly updating little things on the RV. right now we are finishing the trim and resurfacing the ceiling! At some point I might change our removable cactus wallpaper accent, but for now I’m happy with everything.
What piece of advice would you give people starting a camper renovation?
Walk into it with an open mind and be ready to get uncomfortable because there are things that come up along the way the test and stretch you in ways you never knew you could be triggered!
What’s your favorite aspect of tiny living?
The closeness its brought our family as well as the challenges! Challenges are an opportunity for growth!
What’s your least favorite aspect of tiny living?
Not having a dishwasher!
What is something you’ve learned in general or about yourself since going tiny?
I am a much happier person with less “stuff”.
What has been your favorite place to explore so far during your journey? Or a place you are excited to explore in the future?
We love Colorado. There is something magical about the San Juan mountain range.
Thank you Caiti for giving us a glimpse of your RV renovation!
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