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Keystone Fuzion Toyhauler Garage to Office/Laundry Room Conversion and Renovation

This Toyhauler Renovation has been an amazing opportunity for me to get creative and really think outside the box on what we could turn this space into to really work for our family. We have had such fun with this Garage renovation, and in my opinion, it's completely unrecognizable!!


This room looks like it underwent a HUGE transformation, but guess what?!....


The floor was left the same. The door wasn't painted. The blinds are original. Just a few smart design and decor decision and we were able to make this HUGE impact. Here is what we did.

We started, as always, with demolition. Demo here was super easy. We removed the diamond plating, and valances. This RV had dinette couches when we first got it. We removed those a few weeks ago. Then we removed the things what would be going back in, but needed to come out for paint. The two doors on the cabinet, the blinds, and the TV. And that was it for demo!

Jake sanded the one cabinet that we were painting with a mouse sander with 80 grit sand paper. If you are new to sanding, start with 120 grit. These RV cabinet boxes are laminate, so you can damage them easily if you sand too much. The doors are almost always real wood! Then we cleaned the entire room with a shop vac, wiped everything down with a vinegar and water mixture, vacuumed, and cleaned again!

We decided to roll the paint for this room. The main reason being that the amount of taping that needed to happen was insane (with the happijac lift, the bed, and the ramp door.) And being that the ramp door isn't really a wall, we only needed to paint 3 walls and the ceiling so rolling just made so much more sense!

We taped everything off with Frog tape. Brushed in the corners with a brush and rolled the walls with a regular wall roller. For the cabinets, we used a foam roller.

We primed the entire room (ceiling, walls, and cabinetry included) with STIX primer. Then Jake painted two coats of the wall color, which was Steam by Benjamin Moore in Scuff X Satin finish. And then two coats of the cabinet color which was Ballet White by Benjamin Moore in Scuff X Satin.

Such a difference!!

Then it was time to clean the floor. Jake used 409 solution mixed with water and used a heavy duty garage broom to scrub the floor. Then we rinsed it well. We decided to keep the garage floors as is incase we ever wanted to use this garage to haul toys, l