Tiffin Allegro Openroad 32LA RV Tour: Before Renovation
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.
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:
These photos are with the slides out -It has 2 slides, one where the booth is and the other is in the bedroom:
There is no separate oven, but it does have a convection oven so we’ll see how that goes.
There are 2 entrances into the bathroom – the hallway and in the bedroom. The shower is on the right side of this cabinet.
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.
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
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!
You can now find more photos of our RV over in our photo gallery!