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Tiffin Allegro Openroad 32LA RV Tour (Before Reno) - Come see what our motorhome looks like before we transform it into a rustic modern motorhome! MountainModernLife.com

Something big happened for us this month, we bought an RV! If you follow us on social media then chances are you already know this. We are so excited about our future plans to travel around the states to discover small mountain towns and decide where we will want to put down roots. You can read more about our Wanderlust story Here.

Tiffin Allegro Openroad 32LA RV Tour (Before Reno) - Come see what our motorhome looks like before we transform it into a rustic modern motorhome! MountainModernLife.com

We have some awesome design ideas for the interior of our new (to us) RV and I can’t wait to share the details and journey with you. Despite the inside being well-taken care of, it certainly isn’t our style (is it anyone’s?!) so it will be fun to transform it into our own modern-rustic motorhome.

We will also be starting up a video channel in the near future to give you more insight into our RV adventures and design ideas. I’d love to have you help me make some of the design decisions along the way, and will get more into that in a future post.

For now, I’m going to share some before photos so that you can see what it looked like when we bought it, bedding, pillows, valances and all. Welcome to our 2008 Tiffin Allegro OpenRoad 32LA!

Update – You can watch the before tour video below:

’08 Tiffin Allegro Openroad 32LA RV Tour

Here’s the floorplan of our RV, which is It’s 34.5 feet long:

Tiffin Allegro Openroad 32LA RV Tour (Before Reno) - Come see what our motorhome looks like before we transform it into a rustic modern motorhome! MountainModernLife.com

These photos are with the slides out -It has 2 slides, one where the booth is and the other is in the bedroom:

Come see how an outdated RV was transformed into a Mountain Modern Motorhome! #RVremodel #RVrenovation #camperremodel #camperrenovation #campermakeover #RVmakeover #mountainmodernlife #rusticmodern #mountainmodern #tinyhome #beforeafter

Tiffin Allegro Openroad 32LA RV Tour (Before Reno) - Come see what our motorhome looks like before we transform it into a rustic modern motorhome! MountainModernLife.comTiffin Allegro Openroad 32LA RV Tour (Before Reno) - Come see what our motorhome looks like before we transform it into a rustic modern motorhome! MountainModernLife.comThere is no separate oven, but it does have a convection oven so we’ll see how that goes.

Tiffin Allegro Openroad 32LA RV Tour (Before Reno) - Come see what our motorhome looks like before we transform it into a rustic modern motorhome! MountainModernLife.comTiffin Allegro Openroad 32LA RV Tour (Before Reno) - Come see what our motorhome looks like before we transform it into a rustic modern motorhome! MountainModernLife.comCome see how an outdated RV was transformed into a Mountain Modern Motorhome! #RVremodel #RVrenovation #camperremodel #camperrenovation #campermakeover #RVmakeover #mountainmodernlife #rusticmodern #mountainmodern #tinyhome #beforeafterTiffin Allegro Openroad 32LA RV Tour (Before Reno) - Come see what our motorhome looks like before we transform it into a rustic modern motorhome! MountainModernLife.com

There are 2 entrances into the bathroom – the hallway and in the bedroom. The shower is on the right side of this cabinet.

Tiffin Allegro Openroad 32LA RV Tour (Before Reno) - Come see what our motorhome looks like before we transform it into a rustic modern motorhome! MountainModernLife.com

You can see into the other entrance of the bathroom in the photo below, along with some cabinets that are to the right of the shower.

Tiffin Allegro Openroad 32LA RV Tour (Before Reno) - Come see what our motorhome looks like before we transform it into a rustic modern motorhome! MountainModernLife.com

There is a built-in armoire, more cabinets, and a small window across from the bed. Guess I forgot to take a photo of that. Woops.

Gotta love that bedding, eh? #joking

Tiffin Allegro Openroad 32LA RV Tour (Before Reno) - Come see what our motorhome looks like before we transform it into a rustic modern motorhome! MountainModernLife.com

Well, that’s it! We are over the moon excited about our new home on wheels and can’t wait to make it feel “ours”.

We originally thought we would have space in the driveway to store it while we worked on it, but it turns out our driveway is more sloped than we realized, and we didn’t feel comfortable leaving it there. So, for now, it’s in storage about 45 minutes away, but we did luck out and find a place that will allow us to work on it on-site, yay!

We can’t wait to show you the progress we make and what it will look like AFTER the renovations! We hope you enjoyed our Tiffin Allegro OpenRoad 32LA RV Tour.

You can now find more photos of our RV over in our photo gallery!

Tiffin Allegro Openroad 32LA RV Tour: Before Renovation

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    1. Well the number one thing we wanted was full body paint as that tends to make the RV look newer. We considered re-painting an older one but it seemed more cost effective to buy one that just had the full body paint and then we can focus on the interior. We figure it’s baby steps until we buy our first house. Haha. I originally thought we would buy a vintage camper to re-do but we would then need to buy a truck to pull it and I also like the idea of being able to work while we drive… and it would also be more comfortable to drive with all of our fur babies. ๐Ÿ™‚

  1. How exciting! My husband and I talked about renting an RV to take the kids cross country and think it would be so cool to actually own one ourselves. I can’t wait to see what you do with the interior and I look forward to following along on your adventures!

  2. Can’t wait to see what you do with the interior – my brother has one of these or similar – cos he has to ‘tow’ his, but to be quite honest – he doesn’t ‘tow’ – he has parked on a site in Spain – although he actually lives in the UK. But he uses it as his home in Spain. His is beautiful – so will look forward to ‘following’ you to see what you come up with. Have fun ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. I’m really anxious to see what you do with the inside of your motorhome. We have a 5th wheel and even though it’s only 6 yrs. old it feels very dated inside. Looking forward to your take on making it your own style!!
    Enjoy your site…thanks Sheri

  4. OMG this is a dream of mine. Congrats girl! I can’t wait to see how you put your own twist on the interior and I also am excited to see the adventures you take. New to your blog and loving it!

  5. “A” color will really look great and hide more “scuffs” as lowere cabinets usually tend to get more. Hope all 3 of you have a great time and make many wonderful memories!!!

  6. What type of flooring did you use? I have seen several renos use vinyl plank flooring with no underlayment. Why is the underlayment necessary? We are looking to retire in about three years and want to buy a fifth wheel to renovate. Thanks!

    1. Hey Deborah, sorry for the delayed response! We used Nucore Hand Scrapped Ashen Oak flooring. To be honest it has held up fantastic and we couldn’t be happier. We didn’t use underlayment because under our old flooring there was already an underlayment. I’m not sure why you need the underlayment other than possibly making sure it is a flat surface. Now we did use a piece of underlayment on our slide out, but we did that in order to make the edge stronger. Anyway I hope this helps.

      1. WE HAD LINOLEUM IN THE KITCHEN AND COVERED WITH LAMINATE WOOD FLOORING FOR 18.99 PER 9 PIECE BOX…WORKS GREAT TO KEEP OUR FLOORS WARM DURING THE WINTER. oUR CAMPER WAS TRASHED BUT WE DIDN’T KNOW HOW BADLY UNTIL AFTER WE BOUGHT IT, THINGS UNSEEN AND HIDDEN BY THE SELLER. wE DIDN’T WANT CARPET AT ALL BUT WE ENDED UP REPLACING WHAT WAS IN IT FOR INDOOR\DOOR CARPET FROM lOWE’S FOR A VERY LOW PRICE, IT’S NICE, EASY TO KEEP CLEAN.

  7. Love what you’ve done with your RV

    I noticed you had the same Vinyl ceiling as the RV we just purchased to Remodel!
    Did you all take it out and use a wood covering or did you paint the vinyl?

    Thanks so Much

    1. Oooh how exciting! We kept the ceiling the same, just painted it with primer and then satin white paint. Keep us posted on your remodel!

  8. How do you replace the screens. Our side side to side. We have cats that like to scratch at screens. 2011 Fleetwood Storm

    1. Hey Gloria Sluder, you know what we haven’t actually replaced any screens in our RV as of yet. Though we do probably need to replace the one on our screen door, also because of cats haha ๐Ÿ™‚ If you’ve already figured it out I’d love to hear how you did it, otherwise, we’ll share what we do once we get around to making it happen. Sorry I couldn’t be of more help

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