If you ask us, the mirror is absolutely the best part of an RV bathroom. The mirror greets your happy, smiling face in the morning and it’s one of the easiest transformations to complete in an RV renovation.
Say goodbye to those ugly brown and beige RV cabinets and say hello to a beautiful two-toned kitchen. Dark lower cabinets, light upper cabinets, and you have a modern, comfortable look!
Adding a backsplash is one of the easiest ways to upgrade an old, tired RV kitchen on a tight budget. It can be a relatively quick project and you instantly add more light and interest to the tiny space.
It might be the most controversial topic on our social media channels… are floating shelves in an RV a practical design choice? And we’re here to answer, YES! You can absolutely install floating shelves in an RV and they can look beautiful!
Replacing that flimsy shower surround has probably crossed your mind, but perhaps you’re hesitant to rip it out and be faced with 3 bare walls that need some sort of tile. Check out these inspirational RV shower renovations!
A picnic table at a campground works great as a mobile work station some of the time. But a comfortable workstation inside your RV gives you a space where you can work late into the evening or early in the morning as many full-time RVers tend to do.
Whether you want extra prep area, a cutting board, or perhaps a little more dining space, flip-up or “drop down” countertop extensions can be a clever way to add that valuable counter space you need.
New RVs notoriously ship with uncomfortable, cheap furniture from the factory. I know the RV manufacturers are often trying to balance being lightweight and cost effective, but you might be surprised to learn that traditional retail sofas can often be similar weights and it’s actually comfortable to sit on.
Unless you plan on eating every meal outside, you need a good space to eat inside your camper. And the space might need to double as a school table in the morning and an office at night.