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5th Wheel RV Renovations That Make Us Swoon

5th Wheel RV renovations are all over social media these days. From Instagram to Pinterest everyone is sharing their latest projects. With more people choosing to stay close to home these days remodels like the ones we are sharing today will be sure to inspire you!

Crisp and Clean Describe this 5th Wheel

We found this awesome renovation on Alcorn Home and was completely updated by Jo Alcorn, a famous interior designer, for her parents to enjoy during the Summer months. Luckily, Jo was able to paint the kitchen cabinets and leave the built-ins rather than tear them out. She also added a fireplace to the sitting area bookshelf to add an extra heat source as well as create a focal point for the room.

Jo utilized solid wood and composite molding and interior doors to create faux beams. Finally, comfy bedding completed the look to create a home away from home atmosphere for her parents.

5th wheel rv crisp and clean interior
So comfy.
Love the two tone cabinet color choice.
Big enough kitchen for daily living.

Farmhouse 5th Wheel

Mountain Modern Life is where we came across our 2nd renovation. The owners, Van and Lauren along with their little one, decided to make the move into tiny living while waiting to move overseas. Remodeled in only 6 weeks, the couple did all the work themselves and were able to complete the renovation for only $4,000. Fresh paint throughout along with vinyl plank flooring created the perfect farmhouse look.

There is a great attention to detail that adds to the rustic look including the wood plank accents, the distinctive lighting choices and especially the tin that surrounds the shower.

Buffalo plaid adds charm to the space.
An alternate heat source is important when living full-time in an RV.
The buffalo plaid theme runs through the entire RV.

Modern 5th Wheel RV is Family Friendly

Our final 5th wheel RV was shared on Barefoot Detour and we immediately fell in love. April and her family, including twin girls, live full-time in their 2005 Keystone RV. Like most 2000 models the interior was brown and dated but full of unlimited potential. Unlike some other RV owners, the couple has parked their home in a permanent location and do not use the home for travel, instead, they just wanted to enjoy the tiny living lifestyle and are concentrating on saving for the future.

There’s so much to love about this remodel including the plank accent walls and the super cute bunk beds for the girls!

Look how big this bathroom is.
Home sweet home!

Can’t get enough camper and RV remodels? See campers and RVs that have been restored, repaired, and decorated along with great tips and tricks for camper owners.

See a remodel you think our readers would enjoy? Comment below and tell us about it, it just might be our next feature!

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Kim Alley
Kim Alley has been a part of Mobile Home Living since 2017 and has written over 300 articles for the site.



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