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about this RV renovation
Type of RV: 2004 JAYCO DESIGNER 29 RLTS
Renovated by: @rvfixerupper / Budget: $7,000 / Timeline: 3 Months
If you’re on Instagram and have ever searched for RV interior inspiration, chances are you’ve come across RV Fixer Upper. And if not, you’re in for a treat today because Trina and Steve Sholin are crazy talented when it comes to transforming drab campers into stylish tiny homes on wheels.
Not only are they a great source of inspiration and advice, but they sell the campers they renovate! If you’re looking to skip the dirty work you’ll want to follow them to stay up to date on their current projects.
Today we’re taking a peek inside the second camper they sold, a 2004 Jayco with a California Coastal vibe.
How would you describe your decorating style?
What are you most inspired by?
Paint Colors Used?
Benjamin Moore Bright White
What is your favorite project in the RV?
The custom headboard. I’ve never seen anyone do something like it in an RV.
What was your least favorite project?
Figuring out how to cover all of the holes left in the walls from where we removed cabinetry.
What was most challenging about your renovation?
Trying to figure out how to incorporate the water pump into my design. It turned into my favorite part of the RV!! I designed a custom bench with a hinges top to hide it, but still keep access.
What project made the most difference?
The custom dining bench
Where’s your favorite place to shop for décor?
World Market, Target, Homegoods
What piece of advice would you give someone about to begin an RV renovation?
Don’t be afraid to hire out things you don’t know how to do.