Whether you love to travel or have a passion for renovations that go beyond the simple DIY project, creative camper makeovers will inspire you to hit the road. These four homes on wheels were made over with everything from a little paint to a total gut job, transforming them from beat-up trailers into beautiful traveling wonders. Get inspired to take on the task of remodeling your own old RV by checking out the hard work that went into these amazing trailer before and afters. Scroll on to see how each of these bloggers turned their old, vintage camper into a hot home-on-wheels!

1. 1970 “Gus” Trailer


The cutest Arizona-themed trailer you’ll find on the open road, this 1970s travel trailer received a whole new look. On the exterior, Gus sports cactus decals, a banner, twinkle lights and propane tanks painted like barrel cacti. Stepping inside, the interior was brightened up from a dull, neutral color scheme to colorful quarters bursting with personality. With a few coats of paint and quirky accessories, this tired trailer was brought to life. (via Salt and Pepper Moms)




Salt and Pepper Moms After

2. Travel Trailer

Anchored Home Blog Trailer

This typical travel trailer turned into a *permanent* home after its renovations. All 28 feet were transformed into a simplified living space for the trailer-living blogger. The decked-out digs have a bedroom, single bathroom, desk area, lounge seating and a kitchen to meet daily life needs. The kitchen received the biggest upgrade by transforming into a functional space fully equipped with a 25-inch basin sink, stove, magnetic knife rack, adhesive backsplash, under-mount lighting and clever use of storage space. (via Anchored Home)


Anchored Home Blog Before


Anchored Home Blog After

3. The Nugget


This vintage little camper got a brand new look from head to toe. Starting on the outside, the original exterior paint was entirely stripped and given a new coat full of red and pink diamonds with gold pinstripes. The old, rusty door was replaced with a new, mid-century door built from scratch. On the inside, light pastel tones bounce from the walls to the seat cushions for an overall cheerful vibe. In the kitchen and eating area, clever storage space was built in, along with handmade wood planter shelves and custom cabinets paired with white ceramic penny tile to add a simple old-world charm to the trailer. (via Vintage Revivals)





4. Patriotic Summer Camper

Laurie Johns Home Trailer

Inspired by summer memories, this vintage camper was transformed into a patriotic dream house for a family who loves glamping. The closet, couch, curtains, stove and light fixtures were all torn out and replaced. Bursting in red, white and blue, this updated camper is ready to hit the open road for any summer adventure. (via Laurie Jones Home)


Laurie Jones Home Before


Laurie Jones Home After

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