My clients for this RV had one goal in mind: Create a beachy oasis bedroom for them to relax in while they spend their summers at the beach in this rig. How was I going to achieve it? By making the space lighter, brighter, and by creating clean and modern lines.
But honestly, it wasn't that hard since literally ANYTHING is brighter and more modern than what we started with!!
I started with removing everything from their RV. I mean everything! In the bedroom we threw out the top of the dresser (they are a laminate and really hard to paint, especially with the constant knicks), all the ornate and chunky trim, the faux leather headboard, the dated blinds and valances, and the carpet.
I added shiplap at the headboard to make the slide feel taller, and replaced the trim on the slide out, but aside from that I just worked with the rest of the room!
I sanded all the cabinets and painted the walls and the cabinets with Benjamin Moore's Steam in Scuff X Satin finish. (Linked Below) This paint is super durable but leaves a nice clean coat that is very easy to wash down and cures hard.
Then it was time for flooring, which really makes the room come together! I used Shaw Matrix Toffee Elm LVP and it may just be my most favorite flooring ever!! (Linked Below)
Finally it was time to put the room back together! Trim, new hardware, bedding, pillows, new blinds, and some coastal decor and this room is DONE!
What do you think? Could you renovate your RV bedroom to be this relaxing?!
See below for links to EVERYTHING I used to create this beautiful RV bedroom.
** Some of the links below are affiliate links**
Wall and Cabinet Color: Benjamin Moore's Steam in Scuff X Satin
IKEA Small Window Roman Shades (I modified these to be shorter and smaller)
Home Depot Blinds (Cut to size)
Bedding and Cane Shelf is from Homegoods- Sorry no links!