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For those of you reading this, I truly hope to inspire you in your own project. That said, I would be doing you a disservice if I didn’t warn you of the financial and time commitment involved with completing such an endeavor. Prior to starting the renovation, I spent a lot of time reading other…

Window Treatments

Since we removed the blinds in the RV it was necessary to find some method for privacy. Price was also a huge consideration in deciding to go with blinds or shades.  I even considered doing a mirrored one-way glass tinting.  Ultimately we settled on shades.  Lowe’s had these 6 mil. bright white Levelor shades for…

bunk beds

Standard RV bunk beds are great for family traveling.  If you’ve ever purchased a floor plan with bunks then you know they are really intended for older kids.  With two kids under the age of 2, we were challenged with trying to make the bunks both functional and safe.  I spent a significant amount of…

the devil is in the details

If you are considering restoring a camper don’t underestimate the enormous commitment to all the details. Hopefully you’ll be able to start with a RV that is a little cleaner and better maintained than “Stanley”.    If you aren’t so lucky then you may want to add these tasks to your never-ending checklist. Shore power…

table for four

Looking for the perfect table turned out to be a harder project than we first thought. We searched other RV project blogs and scoured online for the perfect size, weight, color. Finding a table the proper length that would fit into the space proved to be quite frustrating. About a month ago I posed the…