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RV Remodel Ideas: Bohemian Farmhouse Style!

I love nothing more than a beautiful RV Makeover. We did an RV remodel on our 32′ bumper tow travel trailer a year ago and you all just loved it. So when I saw this beautiful bohemian farmhouse style RV remodel idea from Bridget, I just knew I had to share it with you all. The finished project is so beautiful and looks like something you would see on HGTV. Enjoy looking at this makeover and get inspired for your next project.


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RV Remodel Ideas – Bohemian Farmhouse Decor

One of the most impressive things about this makeover is that Bridget and her husband had never owned a camper before and had never tackled a makeover. This is their first try at it and they really hit it out of the park. While Bridget says her husband would have been happy with the dark and dreariness of the camper when they bought it, she knew that she wanted a place that still felt like home. And with a family of 8, Bridget knew it had to be big enough to hold them all.




Here is her story (and her RV makeover!):

After years of pestering my husband for a camper… AND one he would let me “Redo”… my dream came true November of 2018.  I will never forget the look in my husband’s eyes when I mentioned all I wanted to do to it… to a guy.. the dark dreariness of Campers today… would do! I wanted a place that felt like home… a place I craved to vacationing in with our large family!  When we purchased the camper, I had the big dream of redoing several and putting them in our favorite places to vacation (on permanent spots).  We would always have a spot to vacation without the hassle and big expense it takes to find a place to fit our family of 8. I wanted to then rent these renovated campers out for others to have the same wonderful vacation experience!  Now that the renovation is 95% done, we have started small with renting it out for others to enjoy too. They book their campground… then book our unit and just sit back and enjoy!


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RV Makeover Reveal

Bridget says she chose not to do all white like you typically see simply because she wanted it to be “fun and comfy”. I know I think she achieved this goal easily. Not only does it look inviting and comfortable, but it is also a fun space with great pops of color. It feels so much more open and doesn’t look at all cramped. The combination of earthy materials (wood, gold, metal, fabrics) with pops of color really works to create a bohemian charm.


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Make sure you check out that beautiful backslash in the kitchen and the floor in the bathroom! These choices may seem bold but mixed with the subtle use of color, all the wood, and the white walls, they add the perfect amount of texture for this bohemian RV makeover.

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RV Kitchen Makeover

Bridget admits that the hardest part of the renovation was choosing her colors! She debated going safe and using all white. But she loves the look of a black bottom cabinet and a white top cabinet. But she admits she was drawn over and over to a green color. Finding the right green, that was another story.

They settled on a Valspar Chalk Paint Color in Peridot Broche that she loved so much she asked Lowes Hardware to turn into a Latex paint. Not sure how to paint cabinets in a camper? Check out my RV remodel for instructions on how I did it.


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And that amazing kitchen faucet was found on Amazon. And the backsplash is actually a decal from Etsy! What a brilliant idea.


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They struggled to find a table that would work for them and in the end hired someone to create a table using a herringbone pattern and burn the bull from their logo in it.


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It turned out AMAZING! I love the pattern of the table!

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A Bohemian RV Makeover Must Include Wood

I love to incorporate wood as much as possible. It really adds more warmth to the overall design. Bridget had a good friend and woodworker with Moores Decor Unlimited that had always knocked her home projects out of the park, so she knew he was just the man for the job!

Don’t have your own woodworker to call? It is actually pretty easy to make DIY wood countertops that look expensive.


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Bridget continued to use wood with both the bathroom door, and shiplap design by the bathroom, and the walls in the slide. She mentions that they ended up with a neat design in the slide to offset the weird shaping you get in a camper (unlevel walls etc). She used 1/8 plywood to do the shiplap by the bathroom doors and the walls in the slide!

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RV Master Bedroom Makeover

Gone is the dark and dingy master bedroom. Instead is a welcoming oasis that anyone would think of as home. Black paint adorns the cabinets while the decal over the bed imitates the tile in the bathroom while breaking up the black cabinets. A beautiful contrasting wall makes a great focal point while becoming the perfect spot for the TV.

Who wouldn’t want to climb into that room after a long day and relax?

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RV Bathroom Makeover

The bathroom is nothing short of beautiful. Dark chalk paint covers the cabinet and ties in perfectly with the tile choice. For the perfect tie-in to the rest of the space, she had the doors covered with 1/8 plywood to create the design over the existing hollow door, always keeping the weight in mind. The end results were the beautiful chevron pattern with wood, white, and more of that beautiful green. The cabinets above add some more much-needed storage space while the mirrors on the front create the illusion of a bigger space.


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RV Bunk Room Ideas

I love the cactus wallpaper in the bunk room! It’s so fun and cheery. Bridget transformed this space using shiplap from Lowes and cactus wallpaper from Walls Need Love on Etsy.


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On the opposite wall they added a huge bean bag bed from Cordaroy under the top bunk. This can turn into a queen or king-size bed (depending which size you get) which makes for GREAT extra sleeping space and a fun place to curl up with a good book on rainy days.


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Bridget says: I hope our renovation inspires others to step out of the box and go for it!  I am my own worst critic and second-guessed myself the whole way… I am so glad I went outside the box and so happy with the end result!  Renting it to others for them to enjoy is just an added bonus!  Be sure to follow us on Instagram at Flipping Hitched to see all the processes in between and during this renovation. Also, you can see any changes we make and finishing touches still being applied.  We also plan to get another rig soon… and I already have my color scheme all picked out!  “Join the Herd”!


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Here is a list of the supplies and decor items used in this RV remodel!

Living room Futon: Walmart $299
Living area Light Fixtures: Walmart $25 a piece
Back Splash over the sink: Snazzy Decals on Etsy {I did the 4X4 pattern}
Kitchen Black and White Subway Tile: Hobby Lobby
Floors: Core Tec Vinyl Planks
Master Wallpaper: Lowes Hardware by The Property Brothers
Buffalo Plaid Wallpaper: Target
Subway tile Wall Paper in the bathroom: Amazon
Greenleaf Wallpaper in the Bathroom: Lowes Hardware by The Property Brothers
Bunkroom Shiplap: Walmart
Bunkroom Cactus Wallpaper: Walls Need Love
Black Paint: Valspar Chalk Paint in Tricorn Black
Green Paint: Valspar Chalk Paint color Perdiot Broche
White Paint: Ultra White
Bean Bag in Bunk: Cordaroys (turns into a bed)
Wood Benches at Kitchen area: TJ MAXX
Cow Hide Benches: Ross
Cabinet Under the TV: Hobby Lobby
2 tier shelf by bathroom door: TJ MAXX
Storage under benches: TJ MAXX
Cow Print at Bathroom wall: Hobby Lobby
Cow Print by the stove: At Home
Cow Print in Master: Hobby Lobby


RV Makeover Before And After Photos

Here are some side-by-side before and after photos of the RV makeover and what each space looked like before the big transformation! It’s amazing what a little paint and elbow grease can do to change a space entirely!


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  1. This sure is an outstanding remodel. Both good choices and skill and maybe just a touch of good luck! It is inviting and makes you want to get away right now!

  2. So beautiful! I just love that something so cookie cutter and well.. boring can be turned around to a one of a kind showpiece!

  3. It is gorgeous! It looks so bright and cheery now, and even bigger. Instagram isn’t working right now but I hope to ask these questions of her directly, but in case you know too…

    How hard was it to replace carpet with vinyl? I think I have the same vinyl with nasty carpet under the dinette and I want to replace it desperately, but I’m a bit intimidated by the edge of the slide.

    How much weight did everything add to the trailer? Did you do a before and after weigh in?

    1. Isn’t it beautiful?! We have replaced carpet in two campers and it wasn’t terribly hard! We used click together vinyl and created a bull nose trim on the slide. I know she kept weight in mind and I also have to say that when we have done renovations on our campers you’d often be surprised how heavy some of the factory materials you take out are. Our couch we removed that was factory installed was far heavier than the one we put in. Using stick on backlspash instead of tile also reduces weight, etc. Hope that helps answer – it’s what I know from my own experience!

  4. How did you do the shiplap on the the slide??? it looks awesome. did you glue it or nail it? what kind of glue or nails did you use? and what kind of wood? My wife loves the look.

    1. Hello! They used 1/8 plywood to do the shiplap on the walls. Cut and paint it to achieve the look. I’m not sure what kind of nails she used. Hope that helps!

  5. 2 questions. How did you get the couch in and did you remove the wall paper from the walls 1st or just paint over it, thanks

    1. Just paint over the wallpaper. You actually can’t remove the wallpaper in RV’s. It is glued to the plywood walls and not meant to come off 🙂 Assemble the couch once inside.

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