HOW TO, MODS & DIY
Everyone loves it when a how-to, mod, DIY or makeover can enhance their RV lifestyle and no matter which type of RV you end up with, you’re likely to want or need to make a few changes to make it your own. Whether that’s improving the handling or performance of your RV, repurposing a space to make it work better for your needs or doing a complete RV makeover (as we did) to make it feel like home. The possibilities are endless and doing DIY jobs, mods and makeovers on your RV can be both rewarding and fun. We’ve shared some examples below of how we’ve improved our RVs to better accommodate our needs – inside and out – so have a browse. We hope you find some of them useful.
Looking for a more natural, deet-free solution to keep mosquitoes and no-see-ums at bay? Warmer weather and longer days are fast approaching, and we’re excited for the start of another great season. But with the onset of spring comes one specific challenge that we have found to be a painful nuisance, especially here in Florida
VOTING IS OPEN for the Apartment Therapy Small and Cool Spaces Contest and we’re thrilled that our RV is included in the TINY category. But to win, we need your help! Simply give our RV a simple “thumbs up” to vote, between May 18 – May 24. You can see our photos and read our submission
https://youtu.be/8z-zAb6LZ4k We’re continuing to make upgrades and improvements to our motorhome CC. With the interior makeover complete, the exterior is now getting some RV “love”! It was time to replace the RV awning fabric and slide topper. Are you ready for a dramatic “before and after” transformation? This is an affordable upgrade that can make a huge
This is a follow up post from our previous post and video about our recent experience with the infamous ‘Death Wobble’ that sometimes occurs when towing a car. Ours is a 2015 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk. You can learn more about our hair raising experience with the wobble in our ‘Something is Really Wrong! Death Wobble Breakdown post and
RV Repairs are part of RV life. Our main RV renovation we did last summer is still holding up well, after a full year of full time living, and driving all around the country visiting over 30 states and over 13K miles. That said, there were still quite a few projects, RV repairs and upgrades
Pulled over on the shoulder of a highway in New York, in the rain with fast moving traffic after just experiencing a horrible shaking and wobbling of our motorhome. Not the way we had hoped to celebrate the day on our 5th on the road anniversary. What happened? Our drive that day had landed us
If you’ve been following our Ultimate RV Makeover Series, you would know that we recently completed an RV renovation of our 1999 country coach motorhome, to transform it into our ideal home and office on wheels. And while we love it, we also learned a lot through the process..and for any of you out there considering
If you’ve been following our RV Makeover series, you may be wondering how it’s all going to hold up on travel days. In particular, those 3 chandeliers! Last week we shared how much the renovation cost, this week we walk you through our process for packing down the inside of the RV on travel days. Keep
Thank you to everyone for all your wonderful and positive feedback on our renovation. As mentioned at the end of our final reveal, we have been getting quite a few questions in comments and we want to share answers to those questions, and how it has been living with our renovated RV. We put together a
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