This camper makeover is one of the most beautiful and inspiring camper makeovers ever!
It’s simple, yet dramatic, and completely changes the interior style of this 33 foot 5th wheel. There’s no doubt about it; the owners, Blaise and Cassandra Ginter, have great style!
Above is a photo of the camper, with a slide out, before the makeover. Typical oak cabinetry and patterned wall panels galore! Just about every RV and camper made in the last 15 years or so looks exactly like this one. The RV industry is a lot like the manufactured home industry – they find one style that works and stick with it.
The Ginter’s have plenty of style, and the transition of this camper is breathtaking! Using white on the cabinetry, ceiling, and trim, and a light shade of gray on the majority of the walls and flooring gives the space an open, contemporary look.
Darker gray walls in the office area add dimension and accents the area. Chalk board paint is always a top choice for accenting a wall, too. In this case, they used it for the front of the refrigerator.
White curtains replaced the typical camper curtains and allow the light to do its magic.
Furniture helps the couple organize each area and save space. Below is the Norden table offered by Ikea. It has 6 drawers for storage and lots of table space for dining.
You can see the space better in this photo, the slide-out holds the sofa and dining table. It slides into the kitchen area during transport and opens easily with a push of a button once the camper gets to its destination.
The kitchen makeover is dramatic. White cabinetry, gray backsplash and black appliances make a beautiful and cohesive area fit for any chef.
Below is the bedroom before the camper makeover.
Here’s the bedroom after the makeover! White and light gray opens the small space up and lets the royal purple accent color make a bold statement.
The Ginter’s lived in this camper while they trained and prepared for their mission to Sudan. They’ve since sold it and are now happily doing missionary work in Sudan, just as they had planned and dreamed. Their blog, States to Sudan, details their life. Please check it out!
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