Boho Chic camper renovations can be found all over sites like Pinterest. Not surprising since boho chic decor typically combines items that are relaxed, bold, and unusual. Which makes them the perfect home for people who enjoy a wandering lifestyle. The 3 renovations we are sharing today are the perfect combinations to inspire you and your next project!
Our first find comes from Tiny House Talk and is a 2006 Heartland Bighorn RV (a 5th wheel travel trailer) that was transformed from just a basic RV into their own bohemian tiny home. Since this RV includes a slide-out there is plenty of room for the couple and their growing family.
What we love about this particular remodel the combination of warmer colors such as shades like olive green, cognac, mustard yellow, and rusty oranges rather than the typical bright colors that makeup boho chic decor.
all images courtesy of tiny house talk
Our second boho chic camper remodel comes to us from Apartment Therapy and takes a dated 2010 Jayco and turned it into a retreat big enough for a family of 5. With an interior full of brown, the family knew they wanted to brighten up the space and create an updated boho look. After hiring a contractor to take care of the big jobs, next came reupholstering the cushions, purchasing new bedding, and adding some boho touches to complete the look. The total cost of the project came in around $1,700 which makes this a great budget-friendly remodel!
all images courtesy of apartment therapy
Our final find comes to us from Mountain Modern Life and is a 2002 5th wheel that became one couple’s permanent tiny home when they were transferred to Oregon and realized they weren’t interested in paying the high rent of the area. A combination of glamorous boho with plenty of greenery there’s plenty to love about this boho chic camper remodel.
all images courtesy of Mountain Modern Life
These 3 amazing boho chic camper renovations are full of great remodeling ideas for your next project. And, as you can see from these remodels, it’s amazing what a fresh coat of paint and some updated upholstery can do. So, if you can’t afford a full-blown remake, you would be surprised what simple changes can do.
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