5th Wheel Renovations

The most common camper you’ll find full-time RV families buying is a fifth wheel trailer. That’s because a fifth wheel is typically a bit larger than your standard bumper pull trailer. They can be longer, a little wider and usually quite a bit taller. If you want to be able to take a shower without bumping your head or you want to eat dinner without feeling claustrophobic inside a small trailer, a fifth wheel might be a good option for you.

Many fifth wheel trailers come with multiple slide-outs and defined spaces… bunk rooms, kitchen, loft sleeping areas, relatively large bathrooms, and even laundry closets. There are a lot of inspirational designs here so enjoy scrolling the best renovated 5th wheel RVs we could find!

52 of our Favorite RV Bunkroom Renovations

Maybe you’re a full-time traveling family with 4 kids, or maybe you’re retired and just want a space for the grandkids to stay when they stop by to visit you on the road. Either way, a bunkroom is the best way to increase sleeping capacity in a tiny home on wheels.

The Trendiest Wood RV Headboards

Time to add a little sizzle to that dated RV bedroom! No matter your preferred design style, wood is the perfect material to add behind your bedroom mattress to create a focal point that is sure to impress.

The Best Farmhouse Style RV Renovations

Comfy, cozy and full of charm, farmhouse style is as popular as ever. It’s no surprise that farmhouse style is the most popular design aesthetic in the RV renovation community the past few years. Professional and amateur designers and renovators alike have turned to this enduring style.