Weston and Karlee, together with their son Charlie and daughter Elsie, live in a fifth wheel RV in South Carolina. The couple not only renovated their RV by themselves but they renovate other peoples’ RVs as well.
They enjoy fixing RVs so much that they decided to open a business to help other people who plan to live in one. On their website, they also offer remote design coaching services.
They work with their clients in coming up with a color palette, creating a vision board as well as sending them links on where they can purchase the items for their new home.
This 2016 Forest River Salem Hemisphere Lite 368 RLBH is the eighth RV that the couple has renovated. It is currently parked in the land of Karlee’s parents, surrounded by nature. Trees are abundant within the property that provides the mobile home a calming and serene environment. A disk-shaped swing hangs from one of the trees in the clearing for the children to play and take advantage of the healthy outdoors.
A coffee-brown sofa occupies most of the space in this area. White curtains hang from a thin black rod on the window. Continuing the black accent are the slim black frames of the windows, which is a sharp contrast to the walls that are painted Cotton White from Sherwin Williams.
A simple black upholstered chair with thin arms and legs placed at an angle in a corner is the main focal point in this area. Daylight coming in through the wide window behind it makes it a perfect spot for reading a book or simply relaxing.
The starlight lighting fixture from Amazon fixed directly above it serves both a functional and decorative purpose. The beams on the ceiling add an interesting architectural detail, while the indoor plant in a wicker basket brings the outside in. The oriental rug breaks the monotony of the wooden floor.
The couple replaced the original oval island with a rectangular block. They stained the countertop in Driftwood color. They also removed the range and placed a gas cooktop which allowed them to have more space under the counter.
The two-door refrigerator is flushed against the wall. Open shelves hold various items such as plates, bowls and ceramic jars. A black dome lighting fixture hangs over the sink with shiny brass fittings that they installed on the island.
In the bunk room, Karlee drew the design on the upper part of the wall using Malabar by Sherwin Williams while the lower half of the wall was painted Dried Thyme from Sherwin Williams. A banner with a whimsical quote and two wicker baskets of different sizes decorate the wall. A medium-sized indoor plant adds life to the cozy corner. A stuffed toy and globe on top of the low gray kid’s chair suggests a touch of playfulness to the space.
The floating shelf that holds miscellaneous items is a clever space saver in the bathroom. The opaque shower curtain provides the necessary partition and privacy.