Ellen Pompeo Celebrity Camper Makeover

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  1. Absolutely beautiful and one of the closer styles of decor I am thinking of doing to my camper! I just bought a 2008 keystone Springdale toy hauler and flipping it, then living in it full time. That extra “garage” space is going to come in quite handy. Thanks for the ideas! Let me know if you’d like to see my remodel when I’m finished (granted it turns out how I envision). Thank you!

  2. Hi. When these campers are made over, do you think that the wallpaper is painted over or is it pulled down and then walls painted?

  3. why do RV manufactures build brand new RVs with 1985 decor? NOBODY wants to wants to spend times inside what looks like a stinky Best Western motel room. People like bright , white and clean ?? why are they not able to pick up a magazine, or walk into a persons home to see how people live ? it is puzzling

    1. I think they are starting to realize that RV decor needs a little revamping (finally)! Now that younger families and couples are getting into camping they are slowly introducing new styles. It is definitely an exciting time in the RV and manufactured home industries!

  4. What type of ‘camper’ was this? Make and model? Husband and I are considering downsizing to help pay off debt. This makeover is very inspiring!

    1. Hi Ginny,

      I was unable to find the make or model of the camper but it looks to be a standard model. I have no doubt that you can find a very similar model at your local camper store. Best of luck!

  5. Hello,
    My sister and I are looking at a 1967 mobile home in Naples Florida. There are two exterior nameplates Tropicana and Tropicaire. We can’t find any information on this manufacturer. Any help would be appreciated. The park is Naples Land Yacht Harbor.
    Best regards,
    Sara Nauser
    saranauser@gmail.com

    1. Hi Sara,

      There really isn’t any way to find information on older (and even newer) manufactured homes. There have been hundreds of mobile home builders and they produced thousands of models and no one thought it a good idea to keep a database of them.

      In my experience, knowing about the builder doesn’t really help anyone. Manufactured homes are built in a way that each home can vary simply by the day of the week and the employees on shift. A home built by Tropicana on Tuesday could be better built than one built on Friday.

      I prefer to look at each home as a single build and judge it that way (as you would a site-built home) since there’s so many variables that effect the homes. Luckily, you should be able to see everything you need to know about the home with a thorough inspection (framing, roofing, chassis, siding, appliances, etc).

      Sorry I couldn’t be more help. Best of luck to you!