RV Renovation and Life Update!
Hello all! I am finally back for a quick, all over the place, photo update on the status of things around here. It has almost been two weeks since we got rid of most of our stuff and said good-bye to our home of 3.5 years to set out on our full-time RV journey.
Thankfully, this trip from Dallas to south Texas wasn’t nearly as eventful as the last one.
Two days after we arrived at my parents’ house, I celebrated my 27th birthday.
It was a nice relaxing day, spent with family, for the first time in years. I’m only 10 days into it, but I can say 27 is looking to be my happiest year so far. You can see the awesome birthday nesting bowls, which are perfect for RV living! Not only are they space-saving, but pretty to look at too!
After a day of relaxing, we picked up right where we left off on our RV remodel.
First up: The Bathroom
This was the only area we hadn’t really done much with. I started out by getting rid of the gold shower.
After a little demo, painting, and prepping the floor, the bathroom is starting to match the rest of the “house”.
In addition to the bathroom work, we have been doing a lot of furniture assembly and arranging.
I have a fun DIY project planned for our new media stand, which I’ll hopefully get to complete in the next month or so.
In addition to all of the busyness, we’ve managed to get in some family time and enjoy the beautiful sunsets south Texas has to offer.
Amidst the ongoing chaos, we have a couple of spaces that are shaping up and close to being finished. We have had so much encouragement and nice comments on the sneak peeks we’ve posted on Instagram and Facebook, so I wanted to share a couple of the latest photos. We’ll be giving a full rundown of each space and how we got there, but for now, I’ll leave you with these teasers.
The kitchen is my absolute favorite part of the remodel so far. In case you forgot how it looked before, you can check it out here. I can’t wait to actually put the stove to use and cook our first meal!
Adding curtains to the living room has really made it feel complete. We have all of our furniture assembled and the curtains are in the midst of being hemmed and trimmed! I ordered new floor registers today to match and finally fill in those holes in the floor.
Now that we’re winding down on packing/moving/more renovation, I’ll finally have a chance to finish all of those unfinished blog posts I’ve started. 😉 We only have a little over a week before we’re moved into Lucille and on the road headed to our first destination. Woohoo!