If you’ve been considering an RV for your tiny home lifestyle, you are in for a treat! This renovated RV is a true Bohemian style dream! From the colorful exterior to the unique interior this is a magical place to spend your days and nights traveling the country in the true tiny house style.
You may be curious about how you can turn an RV into a home that easily sleeps 5 and provides comfort for everyone. This couple has renovated a traditional Class C RV and turned it into a miniature home that is ideal for travel anywhere you want to go.
One one end of the RV, you’ll find a nice sized sofa that easily folds out into a bed. Above, and around the entire home, are shelves with dividers for easy storage. This family has used a number of baskets in various styles and sizes to suit their storage needs.
Along the back wall, there are the traditional windows on the back and side, but I adore their addition of the world map! What a great way to track your travels!
There is no lack of storage or decor in this RV home. You don’t have to cover the walls with storage, but it helps when traveling with children. You’ll notice that around this RV are a number of small shelves with bars or dowels across the fronts holding jars behind them. This allows you to have a great open shelving system while still keeping items safe when traveling.
The kitchenette area is packed with storage and a little dorm-sized refrigerator. They have a water filtration system on the counter, but you could easily use this space for a countertop coffee pot, pressure cooker, or even slow cooker.
One common feature in RV’s is always the convertible dining table booth. This usually consists of two booth style seats facing each other with a drop down or folding table between being held in place with a bar that easily screws or snaps into place.
There are a number of styles for this, but it’s basically the same and a great way to add a dining table that also doubles as extra seating.
On the other side of the RV is a sofa in the same color and style as the booths. Depending upon your needs and the type of RV you convert, this may pull out and connect with the dining table booth to create a larger bed and sleeping space.
Another good look at the upper half of the RV showcases the hardwood plank ceiling and the individual cubbies filled with baskets. Of course, you can’t miss the bunk above the driver’s seat. This classic overhead sleep chamber is small and cozy, but perfect for a little extra privacy if desired. Many models also include a small curtain that can be pulled closed to add even more privacy in this space.
As you can see, converting an old RV is a great way to make an affordable tiny home on wheels. RV’s aren’t exactly like the traditional tiny home, but they are an incredible choice that creates a tiny life.
One of the benefits of the RV lifestyle is that it is so much easier to travel with just a few minor changes to your exterior hookups. This tends to be easier for some who want or need to be on the road more often than not.
Whether you take this on an adventure cross country, or you park it simply in a local RV park, this is a great mobile way to live the tiny house lifestyle with your family.
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