Our latest client renovation is this cozy 2004 Komfort Trailblazer Travel Trailer. I am loving renovating this RV because so many people own this exact same layout RV and I think this design can appeal to so many people looking to renovate their rigs!
The bedroom area of this little travel trailer was so much fun to renovate. My clients asked me to turn this rig into a Coastal Cottage and I feel that's exactly what we've done!
We really worked with so much in this space, the only thing here that we fully removed was the valances and the lighting.
I sanded the cabinets, inside as well, with 80 grit sand paper and then cleaned EVERYTHING (walls, ceiling, cabinets) with a 50/50 mixture of vinegar and water.
Then I primed the entire room (ceiling included) with STIX primer and painted the entire room with Benjamin Moore's Chantilly Lace in Scuff X Satin finish. This is the perfect and most durable paint and works great for cabinets.
Next up was flooring. I have been using Shaw Matrix line in the last few renovations and I love this flooring so much. It's only 3.2mm thick (meaning it works great with slides and is lighter in weight than a thicker flooring) and is very easy to install. This flooring is in their style Toffee Elm.
After painting, it was time to build the under-bed storage. I cut back the original under-bed storage by 15 inches to make room for this IKEA kallax shelf. I secured it to the remaining under-bed storage, added legs and baskets, and now this storage space has easily accessed front storage as well as hidden under-bed storage that's accessed by lifting up the mattress.
I added the flush-mount light above the bed and installed a switch so you can turn the light off at the light. I have an Electrical Bundle on my website with details on how to install residential lights in your RV, if you are looking for guidance on how to do that!
I used two shower curtains to create a privacy wall that is both beautiful and functional. Shower curtains are the perfect height and don't need to be hemmed at all!
I created a shiplap wall to act as a headboard, which I think gives the perfect pop to this room! This wall was created by ripping pieces of 5mm plywood down to 5.5" strips on my table saw, and then using Loctite glue and 5/8" brad nails to secure to boards to the wall. To frame around the window, I actually removed the window frame one side at a time to ensure that the plywood got behind the frame and created a nice, clean edge.
Lastly, I added roller shades to all 3 windows. I originally ordered all the blackout roller shades similar to the one that's on the blue shiplap wall, but only 3 arrives and the rest were discontinued! So I had to improvise and use light filtering shades on the left and right window, but added a curtain as well for more light filtering and privacy. I think it was the perfect combination and adds a little flare to the window dressings!
See below to the links to EVERYTHING I used in this bedroom renovation!
** Some of the links below are affiliate links**
Wall Color: Benjamin Moore's Chantilly Lace in Scuff X Satin
Shiplap Wall Color: Benjamin Moore's New York State of Mind in Scuff X Satin
Stain Color: Minwax's Special Walnut
New Puck Lights (under cabinet lighting)
Pole Wrap (on cabinets)
Beddys Bedding (the pictured one is discontinued) USE CODE RVFAMILYRENO at checkout for 20% off your entire order!!
Blackout Shade (out of stock for now, may be discontinued)
Shower Curtains (for privacy shade)
IKEA Kallax (Under-bed storage)
**Plant and waffle blanket are from Homegoods and I don't have a link, sorry!