Whoever said you can't teach an old RV new tricks obviously didn't know this particular 1994 camper-or its owners. It was taken from extreme drab to fab by none other than home and lifestyle blogger All Things With Purpose, Sarah Lemp, and we can't help but fawn over the insane before and after photos. Who knew a bit of cabinet paint could transform an entire space into something so different?
The 1994 16-foot vintage RV camper was originally $3,200 and the renovations altogether added up to $2,370, bringing the total of this camper makeover to $5,570. Painting the interior white was just one of the many tricks Sarah pulled out of her sleeves, including adding plenty of plants to freshen up the place.
The pink bedspread and potted plant accent each other perfectly, and the fun chalkboards in the kitchen area add a nice, homey touch. Not to mention putting in a fun kitchen backsplash also elevated the RV's appeal a thousand times over. The blogger's secret? Peel-and-stick tile for the kitchen, and also peel-and-stick wallpaper for the walls.
Sarah revealed on her blog that the shiplap in the kitchen isn't what it seems-it's actually completely fake, and was created using just a sharpie and a straight edge for perfection! The rest of the decor was mainly from Walmart and Hobby Lobby, but you can find the entire list of what they used to create this masterpiece here.
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