When we first bought our travel trailer, I KNEW I was going to rip it apart. I couldn't handle all the brown. We slowly have renovated it over the last 6 months. I am always being asked, what we used and how we did it. So here are some pictures and links for you!
For those of you wondering this is a Heartland Mallard IDM302
Lets start in the kitchen...
This is what it looked like before we got our hands on it. So dark and.. brown. I wanted to lighten it up so I started with some tile backsplash. You can grab that here. Most people ask if it was difficult to apply and honestly, the first few were hard to get up , but then I got into the groove and went up super easy. Just take your time and measure twice before cutting.
Then we painted the cabinets. You can get that chalk paint we used here on top and this is what we used on the bottom.Then seal it with this.
Next we needed to tackle the counters. We used this DIY granite paint kit.. It was SUPER easy and turned out beautifully!
Next we tackled the main room...
It had a very uncomfortable couch with a set of recliners that always
hit the wall and were not conducive for our family. We also broke the dinette table the 3rd time we used it. The valances thankfully for me
(because my husband wanted to keep them),
ripped out of the wall and the ceiling after we traveled in it for a month.
So we said goodbye to it all!
Again, it was brown and dark. We started with the shiplap wallpaper. We used two different types of shiplap, the one you see in the main area is from Target, but I prefer this one from Amazon. I think it holds up better.
Then we started to paint the wood to match the kitchen. After we got the shiplap up in the entire main room. We ripped the valances off and headed to Lowes for the pull shades and to Target for these curtains.
Next, it was time to completely rip out that dinette and put a new couch in!
We decided to go with a Home Reserve couch, because it comes in individual boxes and the seats have storage, as well as storage in the back portion of the couch too.
We also decided we wanted to change out the light fixtures to update the space a little bit. Here are the links for the ones we used for wall and then the undermount, you just have to make sure that you are using 12 volt lightbulbs. We also ripped off the trim and went to Home Depot and got some pine wood, stained it with Classic Gray Stain and used that for around the slide.
Next up, we tackled the bathroom...
Here is how it looked before.
We threw up some of the same shiplap wallpaper that was in the main area. We grabbed these peel & stick tiles . Painted the wood with black chalk paint and finished the countertops like the kitchen.
Lastly, we finished the bedroom...
I am a total night owl and I hated having to go back in the "cave"(what we have been referring it to), we used the same wallpaper and chalkpaint as in the main cab and had this gorgeous comforter set from beddy's delivered!
Before we touched it...
We actually ended up getting it finished in one day! Check it out...
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