For me, the 3 most important items inside an RV are: a decent bed, a decent shower, and a decent kitchen. You'll notice that an RV dinette is not on that list! Since a dinette is not an item that I use, I decided to remove it myself. Here's how I tackled the RV dinette replacement myself... and put a comfy recliner in its place!
There's nothing like a little creative RV DIY, agree? Check out Lenny & Ann's drying rack! Another great addition to the RV Tips & Tricks Group on RVillage.com - the largest network or RVers there is, online, on the road, no mater what you drive or how you RV! #RVtips #RVdiy #RVillage #RVtravel #RVing
The best part about owning an RV is the freedom to get up at any time and hit the open road. That is, if you've got somewhere to park it. But don't worry: there are plenty of campsite options and websites to help you evaluate and book your RV adventure. From the comforts of traditional camping to glamping to boondocking, we've compiled a list of sites to help you find your next RV campsite. Start planning your next adventure.
Remodeling the interior of your RV is no small task. Upgrading the ceiling in your RV is just as important as the walls and floor. Discover my step-by-step ceiling upgrade that was the easiest renovation I have EVER done! #rvliving #rvreno #renovation #rvrenovation #rvremodel
A few months ago we shared a blog titled “10 Vintage RV DIY Before & Afters That Are Giving Us Goosebumps”, which detailed some of our favourite vintage RV remodels, both big and small. The “van life” trend has become increasingly popular, and people choosing to live full-time in a camper is something we see … Continue reading 15 vintage RV DIY before & afters that are giving us goosebumps →