Tour this renovated trailer: The inside is stylish and cozy

You can say that Randy and Raechel Ferguson are used to living in a tiny home. They started their tiny living adventure when they bought their first RV six years ago which was an Avion camper. Their next purchase was a Hideout trailer by Keystone. They are currently living in their third RV with their son Nolan.
The couple is taking their time in renovating their home making sure that each change that they make is something that they will love. Soon, more adjustments need to be made as the house will be welcoming another addition to the family when Raechel gives birth to a girl in October.
This 29’ Jayco Jay Flight is compact yet comfortable. It’s a durable trailer that is built to last.
The couple kept the original brown cabinets in the dining area. The seat cushions have been changed though to a textured light beige linen. The colorful flower-patterned wallpaper echoes the flower wall in the bedroom.
What used to be the space for the microwave and overhead vent was transformed with three layers of open wooden shelves. The black and white pattern on the wall adds a fun vibe to the space. The white window curtain right above the sink ties in with the white walls as well as the creamy-white sink.
Brown and white are the two main colors that were used in this room. The couple kept the original brown cabinets above the bed while the two small dark brown tables on both sides of the bed were new additions. The wall behind the bed underwent a major transformation. After painting the wall white, Raechel herself drew freehand the flower design on the wall.
A light brown curtain sections off the area from the rest of the home.
A lot of changes were made in the bunk room. What used to be a bottom bed was turned into a bench. The cabinet, which was in the room before, was removed and replaced with open wooden shelves.
The walls in the bunk room were kept white giving the space a sense of calm. A small patterned rug perks up the light-colored wooden floor. The light brown curtain allows the occupant of the room to have some privacy.
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