24 RV Bathroom Remodels for Inspiration | Before and After Pictures

24 RV Bathroom Remodels for Inspiration | Before and After Pictures

RV Bathroom Remodels are inspiring to say the least. Creating a little Spa in your Home on Wheels is to be desired by many. Being able to shower in a full-size shower or take a hot bath while you’re camping is a luxury.

I think, just because the space is small doesn’t mean you can’t spruce it up and make it a bathroom people dream about!

If you desire to create a spa-like RV bathroom that you enjoy while camping or living full-time, then you should make it happen.

Now, I’m guessing that since you’re here you probably are looking for some inspiration on design and decor!

Well, I’m glad to tell you that you’re in the right place. I have searched Instagram to bring you the best RV Bathroom Remodels out there, plus guidance on where you can get the same look for your camper’s bathroom.

Go ahead and scroll slowly to check out these amazing before and after RV bathroom remodels! 

@renovatingrutters

These first three RV Bathroom Remodels are gutted and redesigned by @renovatingrutters. They did an amazing job creating beautiful and unique camper bathrooms to enjoy.


@mauka_to_makai_rv_renovations

This cute couple from Hawaii but now living on the mainland renovate RVs and what wonderful renovations they have done. These RV bathrooms are incredible! I mean look at the bathtub! To have a soaking bath in an RV is one of a kind!


@troopnashville

Bo and Madison from @troopnashville have completed some amazing RV renovations. I previously featured them on our post “30 RV Kitchen Makeovers that will inspire your inner designer”. I’m excited to feature their RV bathroom remodels as well. Check out these awesome before and after renovations.


@rv.renovate

Another couple who live full-time in RVs and have renovated a few along their journey with their 2 kids. Their style is so beautiful and versatile. You can check them out on their Instagram.

Credit: @rv.renovate


@rvsandtrees

This cute family of 4 live in their fully renovated fifth wheel fulltime. I just love what they have done to transform their bathroom into a workable space for the whole family. You can check out their full reno at @rvsandtrees.

Credit: @Rvsandtrees


@thehappyglamperco

I absolutely love this RV bathroom remodel! The neutral colors are perfect and the pops of green add that little extra that makes the space complete.


@tiny_modernfarmhouse

Check out this next one’s shower! This is a shower that people dream about having in their house and @tiny_modernfarmhouse added it in there RV’s bathroom! What an incredible RV bathroom remodel!


@Laceyautumnbrooke

This cute little family is living tiny in their fifth wheel on their farm! I love what they have done to their bathroom and entire RV. You can check out the full renovation here.


@sanmartindream

Chelsea, her husband, and puppy live luxuriously in San Martin, California in their RV. They have completely renovated the RV Bathroom and what a beautiful job they have done. Check out their full RV renovation here.


@thegrandpoppy3163

This mother of two has done a beautiful job of renovating their RV. Look at this RV with Double sinks in the bathroom. That’s a family’s dream when living tiny! I love their RV bathroom remodel! You can check out their whole renovation @thegrandpoppy3163.


Additional RV Bathroom Remodels

Here is some additional RV bathroom remodels for you to feel inspired by. While there was no before images, the after pictures are incredible!

I hope you enjoyed all of these beautiful RV bathrooms remodels. To remodel and renovate any space is a challenge! However, it is always worth it in the end. If you’re thinking about renovating your RV Bathroom, DO IT!! You won’t regret it!

If you’d like to submit your RV project to be featured on our site, please submit your work to our email on our “work with us” page for more details.

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Living Stationary in your RV | Benefits and Tips to make it feel like home

Living Stationary in your RV | Benefits and Tips to make it feel like home

Living stationery in your RV is becoming quite popular. Maybe it’s the cost of living that is driving many to make this life decision or maybe the draw towards a simpler and minimalist lifestyle.

However one chooses to live in an RV full-time is up to them. For us, we decided for many reasons, but one was the simplicity of the lifestyle. We also loved the idea that we could travel anywhere and take our home with us. You can read more of Why We Chose to Live in an RV Here.

We have lived stationary in our RV for over two years and have enjoyed almost every minute of it. I say almost because no matter where you live there is always going to be some hiccups along the way.

If you’re looking to live stationary in your RV and you are looking for ways to make it feel like home, then you’re in the right place. We have the experience and are here to share our tips and tricks.

Choose a larger RV for Stationary Living

The first tip we have for you is to consider choosing a larger RV. When you live stationary, this means you are more likely to accumulate things so having more space is a good thing. Plus, having a larger RV with an open floor plan makes living stationary doable and tolerable.

The RV Travel Trailer we chose has three slides. There are two large ones that open up into a nice living space with an island kitchen. While living stationary space has become imperative, especially now that we have a child.

I also recommend finding an RV with Washer/Dryer hookup, especially if you’re stationary. Having to run to a laundry mat every time you need to do laundry is a pain and can become expensive.

Find the Right Location

Before you purchase your RV, we recommend picking your location in which you will be living.

Are you going to live in an RV park? If so, you will want to call ahead and reserve the spot as well as get pricing for a month to month living. Some RV parks may not even allow you to live full-time in their park or they may have size restrictions and hookups. So you may want to do some research.

Other options is to buy land or “famdock”. “Famdocking” is like boondocking but on your family’s land. We “famdock” on our family’s land and installed power and sewer so we could live full-time.

Do you need a tow vehicle?

If you’re choosing to live stationary, then purchasing a tow vehicle is not really a necessity unless you plan to travel. There are many people who live stationary and when they decide to move they hire a company to tow their RV for them.

Also, if you purchase your RV from a dealer, they can deliver your RV to any destination that you have picked out. By choosing not to buy a tow vehicle will help with cost and further save you money.

Don’t sell your second vehicle

When you live stationary in your RV there really is no need to sell your second vehicle, especially if you are still commuting to work. Having a second vehicle is nice to be able to run errands or see family.

For the first 6 months that we lived in our RV, we still had two vehicles. However, we did decide to sell our second car to save money because I was now working from home.

Don’t be afraid to Redecorate!

RV interiors are not the best and if you want to make the space your own, then go for it! It’s your RV, so don’t be afraid to repaint, switch out some furniture, or hang some new window coverings.

When we purchased our RV, we decided to paint the interior walls white and replace the window valances with homemade curtains. It made such a massive difference. It feels like home in our RV and I love it!!

Looking to paint your RV? Here is a post on How to Easily Paint Your RV’s Interior (with a supply list).

Own your Living Situation!

Living in an RV is unconventional to a majority of people out there. You may get a lot of questions and concerns for choosing this lifestyle. Many times people’s concerns and questions can be discouraging even if they don’t mean to be.

We get it! We were told RVs just depreciate in value and they even tried to discourage us in buying one. However, we saw the potential to pay off debt and travel when we wanted. Less stuff and more experiences!

So if you are choosing the RV Life, then own your living situation!


Allows you to get closer to nature

When you live stationary in an RV it’s a small space to spend a lot of time in. Living in an RV almost forces you to spend more time outside. So having some chairs, a rug, and even a small fence around the side where your door(s) are is nice when living stationary.

My tip: If you plan to live at a park, try and pick one that has a nice location with trees and hiking trails nearby.

Stationary with Kids

If you have kids then choosing an RV with a bunkhouse or a second bedroom is key! RV’s are smaller than houses and it’s good for kids to have their own space, especially if they’re older. It’s also important to maintain a normal schedule as if you were living in a house. Kids thrive on having structure!

If you plan to keep your kids in public school, there are ways that you can do so while living stationary at an RV park. You would just need to check with the RV park owners/employees.

Homeschooling is another option that many RVer’s choose to do with their kids to keep the freedom and ability to travel. By homeschooling, you will have the opportunity to explore your area, go on hikes, visit aquariums and zoos for learning experiences besides being stuck in the RV all day. These are just some examples of what you can do to live comfortably with kids in an RV.

Dealing with the Tanks while Stationary RV Living

The tanks should be pretty easy when living stationary because you will constantly be hooked up to water and sewer. This eliminates having to fill up your freshwater tank.

When you are living stationary in your RV, you can leave your grey tank open because that’s just wastewater from, laundry (if you have a washer), showers, and dishes.

My advice though, keep your black tank closed, always flush with a lot of water, and release it when it gets full. Even if you’re stationary and hooked up to sewer this helps prevent the solids from accumulating in your tank and sitting at the bottom. I would also periodically flush your tanks to keep them free of solids.

Our RV has a built-in sprinkler system for the black tank. All we have to do is hook up the hose to the designated black tank connection and when the water is turned on it sprays the inside of the tank to clean it of any solids. Our RV is a 2019 Palomino Puma 31RLQS.

You will also want to make sure you’re treating your tank with Happy Camper! This stuff is gold to RVer’s because it helps break down the solids, eliminates odor and continues to work even after dumping your tanks.

Cleaning is Much Easier!

I’ve said this before in our post about “What’s its really like to live full-time in our RV”, and I stand by it! It’s so much easier and quicker to clean an RV than an apartment or house. The smaller the space, the faster and easier it is to pick things up.

It also easier because you don’t have as much stuff to deal with as you would in a house or apartment.

Final Thoughts

Live comfortably in your RV while you are stationary! Make the RV inside and outside your own and own your living situation. Don’t let people bring you down for choosing the lifestyle. Remember there are thousands of people that choose to live in an RV or a tiny home, so you are not alone.

If you have kids own your living choice even more and make sure everyone in the family is comfortable and maintains normal schedules.

Living stationary in your RV should bring about a sense of freedom, and it should give you the ability to pay off debt, live minimally, and a higher purpose than materialistic things in life.

We enjoy living stationary in our RV. Our living expenses are way lower than before and we don’t have to worry about yard maintenance.

Also, choose to spend more time outside, enjoy nature, and overall love your lifestyle!

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7 Adorable RV Nursery Makeovers You Will LOVE

7 Adorable RV Nursery Makeovers You Will LOVE

RV Nursery Makeovers are so inspirational, especially if you’re expecting a child or have children already.

Who doesn’t love a great before and after with gorgeous decor?

During my journey in deciding how we were going to rearrange our RV to add in all the baby stuff, I found myself searching to see what others had done.

You see, when you live in an RV and bring a baby on board, you have to get creative in ways you may not have been before.

Through my search, I fell in love with these gorgeous RV Nursery Makeovers and I am positive you will too!

This first RV Nursery Makeover is by Alexis Walls. Her and her husband have two adorable little boys that share their remodeled space. They were able to fit a toddler bed, crib, and dresser which holds all the boys clothes, blankets, and more.

What a great renovation and use of space. You can check out their full remodeled RV on their Instagram @thetinywallsfamily 

This gorgeous second RV Nursery Makeover is by Victoria Kepley. Her Instagram handle is @joyinthej0urney. They live fulltime in their fifth wheel with their baby boy and 2 pups.

I love the use of the space, and choice of the mini furniture like the crib called the Babyletto Origami Mini Portable crib. You can check out more useful baby furniture that is great for RV living here on my post “Must Have Baby Items for Your RV”

I love this next remodel! It is such a creative way to add space for your little one if you don’t have a bunkhouse or extra room in your RV. As you can see in the Before, they took out the chairs and replaced it with the beautiful dresser, baby bassinet, and bouncer.

This remodel is by Dee and Nate who live with their 2 dogs, 2 cats, and their baby girl. You can see more of their RV remodel by following them on Instagram @thejollyrogercrew.

Check out this gorgeous Boho Inspired Nursery. It is a dream baby space. As you can see they were able to fit a dresser, crib, and changing pad into their remodeled space.

The RV Nursery Remodel is done by Jessica who lives in SoCal. You can check out more of her RV remodel on her Instagram @jessij03

What a beautiful girl nursery makeover by Presley. She lives in her RV with her husband, 2 dogs, and baby girl.

I love the pink and bright natural aspects of the space. You can follow them and check out their full remodel @presgossett.

This Beautiful nursery remodel was done by Sydney with a little help from @theflippingnomad. They actually took the doors off their closet in their bedroom, and converted it into their tiny nursery.

What a genius idea and great use of space. Sydney lives full time in her RV with her husband, 2 dogs, and baby boy. You can follow her on Instagram @swannofakind. 

This next nursery remodel is actually not in an RV but in a Bus that was renovated by Ian and Hannah. They live in Florida with their little girl and baby boy (on the way).

During their conversion, they made sure to add a nook for their daughter, and what a beautiful little nook it is!

If you would like to see more on their bus conversion, you can follow them on Instagram @hanzian_bus.

I hope you’ve enjoyed these beautiful RV Nursery Makeovers and gathered some inspiration as well. If you plan on remodeling a space in your Tiny House, Bus, or RV and would like to be featured on our Blog, please visit our Work With Us page!


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Must Have Baby Items For Your RV

Must Have Baby Items For Your RV

Baby Items for RV living became something we searched for when we found out we were pregnant.

I’m assuming since you’re here, you are pregnant or trying to have a family and needing some ideas on what you can bring in your RV.

Our Baby journey began in March of 2019, almost exactly 1 year of living in our RV.

It was the biggest surprise of our lives!

We were excited and scared all at the same time.

You know that feeling, I’m sure.

I never imagined that I would be living in an RV when we would bring our first child home.

Must Have RV Gear for Baby
We got a lot of crazy questions like “where’s he going to sleep?” Or “where are you going to put the changing table”? Or “how are you going to rock, you need a rocking chair”

I have always been the type that works with what I have and I make it the best. So, my answer to many of them was “we will make it work to our needs”!

For months I went searching because I’m a huge researcher! I have to figure things out. It’s just a natural instinct of mine.

Unfortunately, I didn’t find much on living with a baby in a tiny RV or tiny home. I wanted to know what others have found to be useful and practical. However, my research on this subject failed.

So I had to figure out what a baby needs and buy only those items. Bonus if they were multipurpose!

Our Baby Boy was born November 17th, 2019, and this is is everything I have found to be worth every penny and useful for living in a RV camper with a baby.

RV Baby Cribs & Sleeping Options

 

Tiny Crib

Tiny Cribs are so wonderful for RV living. This crib is the origami mini crib by Babyletto. If your looking for something lightweight, foldable, and esthetically pleasing then this crib is your answer.

4 in 1 Pack and Play

Graco 4 in 1 Pack and Play with bouncer is exactly what we purchased. We love it for its multi-purpose capabilities. The bouncer was fantastic when he was a newborn, and the bassinet area is great for nap time, playtime, and tummy time.

There are many other options of pack and play’s you can purchase that will serve great purpose when you have a baby in an RV. 

Baby Delight Go With Me Slumber Bassinet

The baby delight Slumber Bassinet is a wonderful option for a compact travel sleeper for your infant.

Many RVer’s love this option because it’s easy to fold up and put away when the baby isn’t sleeping. It’s a great RV baby item!

Doc a tot

Doc A Tot’s are fantastic for co-sleeping. If you plan on having your baby in the bed with you, then having a doc a tot, or something like it, it a great option for safe co-sleeping.

It’s great if you live in an RV because some RVs just don’t have space for a crib or pack and play. So having your baby sleep with you safely is a good option.

Side Sleeper


We actually got a side-sleeper. Although it’s designed for a safe co-sleeping option, we placed the side sleeping on a homemade platform for him to sleep in when he was a newborn.

RV Baby Items for Playtime

MamaRoo

We have a Mamaroo, although it does not necessarily travel-friendly it has been an amazing investment. We are stationary so it’s perfect for us. If you’re traveling, however, I would check out the Ingenuity ConvertMe Swing.

ingenuity convertMe Travel Swing

This Travel Swing is fantastic if you plan on traveling in your RV because they fold up and are lightweight. Perfect for babies up to 20 lbs.

Playground

Some type of Playground like the Yookidoo Baby Gym Activity mat is great. We have one and we put it in his playpen. He loves grabbing the toys and looking at all the colors.

Bumbo Seat

When your baby begins to really hold his/her head up, then having a Bumbo seat is so helpful. It’s compact and you can move it inside or outside. It allows your baby to sit up when they aren’t able to yet on their own.

We have a green one, and Love it! It’s great to RV living with a baby.

RV Baby Items for Eating

Easy Seat Portable High Chair

When your baby gets to the age of sitting up and eating solid type foods, having this easy travel high chair is so convenient. It’s also great if you have a table and chairs in your RV. It means you don’t have to buy a separate high chair and can use the existing furniture in your RV.

Summer Infant Pop n’ Sit Booster

When traveling in your RV, this is another great option for baby items to have in your RV. This Booster Chair allows for easy storage, it’s lightweight and great for your infant whether they are playing for eating.

Summer Infant Pop n’ Sit Portable High Chair

If you’re looking for something that is higher off the ground and at table level, but still easily portable with a tray than this High Chair great. It gives you the ability to easily store or pack up and go. Perfect for living in an RV with a baby!

RV Baby Items for Bath time

Stokke Flexi Portable Bath w/Heat Sensitive detection

The Stokke Flexi Bath is a great option for Rv’ers because it’s collapsable and gives you the ability to use it while your child grows.

It also has a bonus feature of heat detection to make sure the water is okay for the baby.

Final Thoughts

I hope these RV Baby Items help you as you prepare to live or travel in your RV. They have served us well!

Any baby item that is lightweight and has the ability to fold up is perfect for the RV life.

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Must Have RV Gear for Baby
How To Make Money Traveling (7 Proven Ways)

How To Make Money Traveling (7 Proven Ways)

Make Money TravelingWhether you’re wanting to make money traveling full-time in an RV or traveling full-time Internationally by plane, being able to earn an income is essential.

With today’s technology, the possibilities of making money online is almost endless.

However, many are still so skeptical about whether they can really make money online so they can travel full-time. I get it! Especially when college and careers are pushed on us almost our entire lives.

We are trained to think that we need to get a job, work 9-5, commute to and from, and that’s just the way everyone is supposed to do it.

Well, I believe things are changing for the better. People are wanting freedom from the mundane 9-5 commuting jobs so they can travel full-time.

This current generation who grew up with technology are opening doors to a whole new “work environment”. People are demanding more at home jobs, more freedom with their schedules, and they desire the ability to travel and explore while making money online.

Through so much research and desire myself to earn in income from home, here are 7 proven ways you can make money to travel the world.

9 Top Reason You Should Consider Full-Time RV Living
How To Start Your Full-time RV Living Journey

1. Find a Remote Job and make money traveling

This is exactly what I did, after I started my own business.

I started my own travel agency and affiliated with Avoya Travel as my host agency. Then, when there became a Remote Employee position available within the company, I applied.

I applied for two positions. One I was denied, and the other took 3 weeks of interviews before being hired.

Due to becoming an employee, I could not affiliate my Travel Agency with them. So, I chose to liquidate my business and work as an employee. After all, all I wanted was a job so I could work from home. Therefore, I took the steps to make it happen.

Maybe you have a job now that could allow you to work from home. It wouldn’t hurt to ask and investigate it. A lot of companies now are opening Remote Employee departments.

I suggest looking at Indeed (for example) to search of positions.

If you have a company in mind that you are interested in working for, check out their career page and see if they offer remote positions.

2. Start your own online business to make money

Before I became a Remote Employee for Avoya, as I said, I owned my own Travel Agency. It was great because Avoya Travel provides Leads for their Agents that affiliate with them. If you’d like more info on Starting your own Travel Agency, check it out at Joinavoya.com.

Maybe selling Travel from home isn’t your ideal, that’s okay. There are so many other types of businesses you can start!

Think about your strengths or maybe what you went to school for. You could be a Virtual Fitness Coach and start online personal training sessions.

Maybe you’re an Accountant or Book-keeper? You can start your own business by offering your services.

These are just a couple of ideas to get you started in brainstorming.

3. Start a blog to make money while traveling

I know, blogging is probably the number one that people say you can earn an income doing and they’re right!

If you choose to start a blog, you can earn income from Advertisements, Sponsorships, and affiliated marketing.

I have been blogging since September of 2018. This is when I purchased the Course from Heather and Pete Reese, Blogging Blastoff. Before I took their course, I read blog post after blog post on how to write and start a blog. I got to a point where I just felt stuck and lost in the blogging world.

I knew I needed to invest in a training, and through months of contemplation and getting serious about wanting to blog, I purchased their course. After all, I wanted to make money and have the freedom to travel in our RV or purchase a plane ticket.

It was the Best Decision I made in my blogging career.

They cover so much material including all the different ways to earn an income, how to promote your blog and how to write your blogs to appeal to your audience. Heather and Pete also cover how to pitch brands for sponsorships, tips for SEO, Pinterest, and all the other Social Media Platforms to get your name out there.

If you’re interested in starting a blog and serious about making money to travel, then you can start by taking their 5-day email course. After that, you’ll be set to enter the Blogging Blastoff course. If you would like to start the Free 5-day email course, here is my affiliate link.-> BLOGGING BLASTOFF Free 5 Day Email Course

4. Affiliate Marketing

There is a huge potential to earn an income at home by affiliate marketing. All you do is take someone else’s product, market it, and when someone purchases the product or service from your affiliate link, you then earn a commission. You can do this with or without a website.

Many Bloggers who have websites are also Affiliate Marketers. They write blog posts as reviews for a specific product or service, market it, and earn commissions. I am one of those bloggers, however, I have learned that it really takes time and understanding your audience.

Affiliate marketing is a beast, which is why I loved taking the course my Michelle Schroeder, “Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing”. Her course is a lifesaver when it comes to understanding who your audience is, how to locate the right products to market, and how to market them. She goes over so much and is so helpful.

She averages now over $50,000 a month with Affiliate Marketing Products.

YES, THAT NUMBER IS RIGHT, $50,000 A MONTH!!!

If she can make money traveling, so can you!

Ask yourself, what would you do if you were able to make that kind of money?

If you’re interested in taking her course and learning exactly how she does it and how you can too, here is my affiliate link for her course -> Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing by Michelle Schroeder

5. Drop-Shipping

Many people are making thousands, if not millions, by owning a drop shipping website. These sites are usually found on Shopify. They are great if you’re wanting to earn money online and travel the world.

Drop Shipping is similar to starting your own business if you had tangible products to sell. However, this system is a supply management method where you do not keep the goods you are selling in house, but instead you transfer all customers ordered to a manufacture who distributes the product for you.

6. Freelance Writer

If you love to write, but the idea of having a blog is just not your cup of tea, then maybe becoming a Freelance Writer is for you. There are so many online blogs and magazines that are looking for writers to help them with their content. The best part is they are wanting to pay you to write for them. This gives you that opportiunity to make money traveling because as a Freelancer, you work when you want.

You can also check out websites like Upwork, Freelancer, or People per Hour to find jobs. You can even start a business, build a website, and with time can really make money online. There are some Freelancer writers making $30-100K a year. All depends on you!

7. Virtual Assistant and Make money Traveling

This one is very similar to Freelance writing, but instead of writing blog posts or articles you are helping others with their daily tasks. This is something I have always been so good at. I enjoy helping others be successful because in turn, that made me successful.

If that sounds like you, you can become a virtual assistant by being hired with a company, or you can freelance. If you really are wanting a free schedule, then freelancing is the way to go. Usually companies have set schedules and times they need you to work.

As a Virtual Assistant, the tasks you can help with are endless, so I would narrow down a just a few tasks that you are good at and market those. For Example, If you’re great at scheduling, keeping up with emails, and proofreading material then let your prospects know.

Some websites to check out are

Upwork.com
Taskseveryday.com
Peopleperhour.com
Indeed.com

So, I know there are a ton of articles stating what you can do from home to earn an income. While there are many other options, these top 7 are legit ways you can leave the 9-5 job and travel by RV on the road or international and make money traveling.

I don’t want to overwhelm you, because starting anything and trying to make money online is overwhelming enough. Pick one that works for you and run with it.

I do have to say it will take some work. Not one of these options is going to get you rich quick, so if that’s what you are looking for then starting a blog or business just isn’t for you and that’s okay.

For me, finding that Remote Job was my goal, then I work on my blog on the side. Maybe that’s the route for you as well. There are many companies looking for remote employees.

So, if you’re willing to put in the time, want to set your own schedule and travel the world, then you will succeed!

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