RV MAKEOVER BEDROOM UPDATE
If you have spent any time looking into RV bedroom remodels, you know that there's not much you can with them. They kind of are what they are. There's not a lot of space to change up the layout, so you have to use decor and design to make a tiny room feel spacious and functional. When we bought Tippy: The Tiny Beach House, everything was brown. Yucky, ugly brown. I set out to change that.
This is one of those DIY projects that can be addicting because there are so many possibilities. They are also really affordable. I definitely went through a phase where I was making them all the time. Which was great for our table tops, but not so much for storage. If you're looking for a fun, quick DIY project, or a great gift, these are super easy and fun to make!
If you talk to anyone that lives in New England, they will tell you that Spring just forgot to show up this year. Winter overstayed (as it always does) and Summer has been desperately trying to push through, but for every 80 degree day we get, its followed by a 50 degree day. Oh yeah, and its raining all the time. The only thing I can do is look at pretty flowers and hope that they will stick around once Mother Nature stops having mood swings. While I always prefer fresh flowers when possible, the reality is that depending on where you live and your budget, it may not always be an option! So I'm going to say something that interior decorators and home stagers alike would strongly disagree with- it's okay to buy fake flowers!
I have been really bad at keeping up with this, so even though it's a week late, here's the "Things I Love" feature for May!
RV BATHROOM UPDATE
Having spent the majority of my twenties living in apartments, I have had my share of teeny tiny bathrooms (with the exception of one that was almost bigger than the bedroom...apartments are weird). While the bathroom in The Little Ranch is by no means large, it does the trick. So I thought my days of getting in and out of showers at weird angles were over, and then we bought an RV and began the process of remodeling it into The Little Beach House (LBH).