RV kitchen reno

Our tiny RV kitchen reno is finally done! We had to make some big changes for this little space to work for us. The thing about tiny living is that every inch and function matters. And when something isn’t working well, it impacts your life in a big way. We hated our RV oven and really wanted to remove it and replace it with a toaster oven / air fryer. That meant we could get rid of our bulky countertop air fryer which was a plus. If you look close you can see bacon in the air fryer. If you aren’t fixing bacon this way, you’re missing out big time! Removing the oven also gave us enough space to add a bigger pullout drawer to house our Nuwave hot plate, a large skillet and our 8 qt big Instant Pot. The instant pot was being stored in our outdoor kitchen and with heavy use it was a total pain taking it in and out all the time. We also removed the microwave and Jason built the cabinets that now house all our supplements, coffee, tea, etc. we don’t miss the microwave at all, but it took about a week to adjust to heating things up in other ways. The sliding vertical cabinet holds all of our seasonings and spices. Overall I love how much brighter this space is – and it’s also SO much more functional for us!!

2021-04-03T23:00:48-05:00January 11th, 2021|My Family, RV Life, RV Renovation|

RV Bedroom Remodel

Our bedroom in our Open Range 371MBH is looking so much better! Jason has been busy! While being quarantined isn’t easy, we are also trying to make the most of the time we have to sit still for awhile. We planned to be at my moms house (parked and plugged in in her driveway) for 2 weeks. It’ll likely be 2 months or longer. We are taking this time to do some long overdo projects on our RV and we are having some work done on our truck. We have lived in our RV for 2.5 years and we are so ready to personalize it so it feels more like home. That’s hard to do when you move every couple of days. Plus the projects are helping to fill the days. We can sleep at my moms when the paint fumes are bad too! We removed cabinets, stripped the valances, painted, put up wallpaper and took out the tv/stand. And yes, we have a stuffed animal on our bed, Zachary co-sleeps with us and “dog dog” is a member of the family. I love little boys and lovies! 🥰 A few before shots:

2020-05-10T14:49:40-05:00April 5th, 2020|366 - 2020, My Family, RV Life, RV Renovation|

RV Shoe Storage

The first of many little RV renovations we plan on making – RV shoe storage!  The shoe situation drives me crazy, but with 12 feet on 6 people, overflow is to be expected.  We have a cabinet by the front door but every time we would open it up to throw shoes in, the tower of shoes would tumble out.  Jason added some lightweight shelves and now everyone has their own shelf.  The bottom area is open and we usually toss flip flops in there.  We keep our rain and snow boots in a bin in the undercarriage storage.  Dress shoes are kept in our closets.  We use our hiking shoes the most so they are stored in this cabinet.  So far it has worked great and I do not miss the pile by the front door!

To see more of our storage solutions, check out our RV tour video!

2019-11-23T23:58:02-06:00March 5th, 2018|RV Life, RV Renovation|
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