If you have recently invested in an RV, that needs a renovation, then you are in the right place. Everyone these days is updating their RVs, and it seems like a trend people love following. They are converting their campers into tiny homes away from home. You can either go for a complete overhaul of your vehicle or make some tweaks to stay in a lower budget. We have collected lots of RV remodel ideas that are sure to leave you inspired for your remodeling project. So, take a look:
- A Restored RV in Beach Inspired Theme
- A Boho Chic RV Remodel
- A Colorful Makeover
- A Cozy Camper
- A Pop-Up RV Remodel
- An RV Remodel That Looks Like a Studio Apartment
- A Bohemian Dream
- A Prison Van Transformation into an RV
- A DIY Makeover
- A Comfy Remodel
- A 1968 Trailer Remodel
- A Cheerful Makeover
- A $500 Black and White Remodel
- A Chic MAkeover
- A Girly Makeover
A Restored RV in Beach Inspired Theme
via cottage hill
Nothing too fancy is there in this remodel. The design is quite relaxing. Light blue is dominant in this RV, which adds a touch of pure serenity to this camper. There is a long kitchen counter with enough space for meal prep. It also packs a lot of storage inside its drawers and cabinets. A breakfast nook adds coziness to this RV. It has another purpose too. A wooden board bridges the gap between the two banquettes and the table folds down. This process converts the breakfast nook into a bed. The floor of this vehicle is white and the walls too. Opaque blinds provide privacy whenever needed. The design plan is thoughtful. Clutter isn’t there. The design elements are pared down to a bare minimum.
A Boho Chic RV Remodel
via must have mom
This bright and cheerful recreational vehicle has a Boho chic theme. The walls of this camper are gray, and the furniture and counters white. The walls have fun signs all around the camper. There is a bed with loads of throw pillows, and a fun skirt at the ceiling. The bed is at a height with a cabinet and one side, and storage underneath the mattress. The breakfast nook has banquettes with checkered cushions. Who would have thought to include a chandelier too above the breakfast nook in an RV? The kitchen has two ovens, a cooktop, and a marble countertop. We spy a hood too. A person with love for food will be quite happy inside this camper while it is on the move. There is a combination of drawers and cabinets too inside the kitchen zone. There are two bunk beds with cheerful bedding and pillows for kids. The bathroom is tiny with a vanity counter that has cubbies for storing stuff. The bathroom door has a clothing rack as well. The walls also have fun signs and artworks.
A Colorful Makeover
This remodel focuses on furniture, colors, and patterns. It is comfy, and one would not feel homesick with a camper so cozy. The living area has two couches one in a bright coral color, and the other in a subtle creamy beige. Two small tables in a turquoise color team up with the color couch layered over a patterned grayish rug. The original blinds of the RV are now breezy striped curtains. There is a dining nook with gray acrylic chairs and a fold-out table. When not in use, the table folds away, and chairs move to reveal a storage unit. The kitchen is simple with a cooktop, a countertop, and cabinets. The bedroom fits in a luxe double bed, wardrobes, a storage nightstand, and a full-length mirror making a statement. The bathroom has a beautiful sink and vanity. There is a glass door shower stall as well. After staying in such a cozy camper, one would not even feel they are on the move away from home, right?
A Cozy Camper
If there is one thing that is very prominent in this RV, then that is storage. Next come the lighting, colors, and patterns. A U-shaped banquette makes sure there is a space for many people to enjoy a delicious meal, prepared either in the camper kitchen or bought from some takeaway. The breakfast nook also serves as a living room couch. Valances along curtains add privacy to this RV. There are lots of lights so that no one feels claustrophobia while staying in this vehicle. There are loads of cabinets that can offer storage, for as many things as you want. The kitchen has an oven and a cooktop. There are two sinks, ample drawers, and cabinets. Behind the kitchen, there is a bed with storage drawers and a closet. The bathroom has a toilet and a vanity cabinet. A shower with wooden tiles gives feels like that of a luxurious spa. The blend of the all-white look of the bathroom and the wooden tiles looks perfect.
A Pop-Up RV Remodel
via Elisabeth Arin
In this recreational vehicle remodel, we can see a lot of focus on comfort. There is a small kitchenette in the middle of two almost symmetrical decor elements. Each side has a bed with a banquette. One banquette has a pull-out table as well.
An RV Remodel That Looks Like a Studio Apartment
This camper looks like an open plan studio apartment. Behind the driving seat, there is a partition wall with a TV screen. Next to the TV screen is a breakfast nook, that is roomy and cozy. Opposite to the breakfast nook, there is the kitchen. At one end of the camper, there is a bunk room. Another bedroom is also there. The bathroom is at the other end of the camper. Pretty vintage print curtains provide privacy to the camper windows.
A Bohemian Dream
Just a glance at this RV interior gives Bohemian vibes. A lot of macrame exists in the interior of this camper. A lot of plants are also in this camper. The focal point of this camper is the macrame curtain above the bed, which looks absolutely gorgeous. The bathroom has a reclaimed wood board wall. The wall next to the work desk is decorated with vintage items.
A Prison Van Transformation into an RV
Here is a prison van conversion, and the result is astonishing. The floor of this prison van turned camper is covered with wood boards. A lot of recycled elements are there, which look amazing. There is a kitchen at the front part of the van, and a breakfast nook in front of it. The breakfast table has stylish X frame fabric stools. The kitchen has everything one can think of, even a spice rack. We love the rug in the kitchen too. Adjacent to the kitchen and break nook, there is a living area, that has a couch and a floor seating space. Do we spy a fireplace too? In the rear of the camper, there is a loft bed, with lots of storage to offer. There is a sunken shower/tub covered in water-resistant wood, which adds a lot of beauty to this RV.
A DIY Makeover
via refresh living
Vinyl planks cover the floor of this camper. There are two storage beds at the front and rear of the vehicle. A breakfast nook with a fold-out table is built-in along one of the beds. The kitchen features a textured tile backsplash. Vintage enamel mugs add cheer to the kitchenette. A striped bunting also looks fun and the beds have lots of pillows in assorted prints.
A Comfy Remodel
This makeover focuses on its use for camping and not for cooking food and washing the dishes. The camper owner wanted to design a space that can accommodate up to five people. There are two big cozy beds and a dining nook in between them. A set of planters sits on top of the dining table. A vintage lantern lamp adds even more beauty to this camper.
A 1968 Trailer Remodel
As soon as you enter this camper, it gives a feel of a small cottage. Neatly arranged pillows with tribal prints on the bed make you feel at home. The breakfast nook is roomy enough to accommodate 4 persons at a time. Another desk in front of the kitchen can also become a breakfast nook if the camper has more people. A rustic wood plank backsplash complements the white cabinetry. The kitchen has details, such as a magnetic knife strip and a magnetic spice rack.
A Cheerful Makeover
via 188 sqft
The earlier version of this camper was quite dull with sturdy cabinetry and built-in fixtures. After the white coat of paint on the wood, there is a noticeable difference. New countertops grace the sink and kitchen island. The yellow kitchen island adds so much life to this space. A brand new TV screen replaces the old DVD player. The couch by the window is now a comfy built-in daybed. A subway tile backsplash flaunts the area above the stove. Some fun details such as a pom pom garland, a colorful woven rug, and a chalkboard are also bringing more cheer to this camper. There is a ladder shelf with planters and an ottoman that can switch between a seat or a side table whenever needed.
A $500 Black and White Remodel
via proverbs 31 girl
This RV is pretty stylish and aesthetically pleasing. A smart design strategy here is the use of many patterns but in black and white. Sometimes too many prints can become a hotchpotch. But you can avoid that by decorating in the same color palette of different prints. The kitchen of this camper has a subway tile backsplash. The cabinets are white. There is an oven with a stove and a microwave oven too. The breakfast nook has banquettes upholstered in beige fabric. A white table with black legs graces it. The wall of the breakfast nook has wallpaper, and behind that, there is a bunk room. The bathroom features printed tiles, striped shower curtains, and white fixtures. A half wall with wallpaper separates the couch from the bed. The bedroom has a comfy bed with a nightstand and cabinets.
A Chic MAkeover
This camper also has a black and white interior. There is a bed above the driving seat area, with tartan bedding and pillows. Some curtains add privacy to the bed. The breakfast nook is simple but elegant. A planter sits on the dining table, adding a fresh feel. A cushy couch adds comfort to this camper. Next to the breakfast nook is the mini kitchen that has a stove top and a microwave oven. There are ample drawers in the kitchen to keep all the things organized. A beautiful patterned rug covers the vinyl floor. The focus on the wall decor is also there. There are picture frames, a mirror, and macrame wall art hanging on the bathroom door. The kitchen backsplash has a sign too. A lot of different kinds of pillows are added on the bed, the breakfast nook banquettes and the couch. The black bathroom door complements the most white decor of the camper. The planter by the side of the bathroom door and on the kitchen countertop complete the picture.
A Girly Makeover
via peppe rbuttons
There are striped blue curtains on all the windows. The breakfast nook has white seats and a stool. The table has a blue pattern that complements the curtains. A fancy lighting fixture brightens up the breakfast nook. While this camper is giving girly vibes, it is not just all pink, which is why it looks so pleasant yet feminine. The daybed has lots of pillows in different prints, but the same color combination. Some hints of pink are also there. Above the daybed, there are lots of paper lanterns in cheerful colors such as yellow, green, turquoise, and pale pink. A pink guitar is also creating a retro feel. There is a wall sconce too, at the side wall, with a chrysanthemum mandala painted behind it. The kitchen features blue tiles and a pink cowgirl artwork. There are some accessories in pink and blue color as well, such as the blue placemats and the pink votives. Overall the colors are quite balanced.