When it comes to creating a custom interior design for your home on wheels the possibilities are endless! When considering a home remodel or renovation the first step is to talk to a contractor who understands buildings codes and local regulation. Likewise, when you decide it’s time to give your motorhome or RV a new face, the best option is to contact someone with years of experience in custom RV renovation.
Time to Renovate:
Now that you’ve made the big decision to keep the RV that’s taken you on so many great trips and created so many amazing memories, you’ll need to make a plan of action for remodeling. Three of the biggest components to any remodel are floors, cabinets, and furniture. By updating any or all of these items you will drastically alter the appearance of your RV.
RV’s can be fitted with beautiful wood flooring that will look just as good in your RV as it does in your kitchen at home. For those who prefer tile, that’s no problem at all! All types and patterns of tile can be installed whether it be sleek modern look or a floor fit for a king, you decide how grand the appearance.
Next on the list to be remodeled are cabinets and furniture. Undoubtedly technology has changed substantially over the past few years. This means that there is a good chance that your RV is sporting a TV that isn’t quite up to par with today’s standards. By remodeling your cabinets you will not only be able to fit a new flat screen TV, but will simultaneously create more cabinet space! There are just as many options for furniture. You can choose to reupholster your existing furniture, or outfit your RV with all brand new seats to match your new floors and cabinets!
Picking out all of the new materials that you wish to use in renovating your RV is the easy part! Installing floors, cabinets, and furniture will most likely be a lot more work than you will want to tackle by yourself. The best way to ensure that your new custom items are safely and properly secured is to have a professional service complete the work. Those who set out to do the work themselves on a Saturday morning may find themselves a little discouraged at how daunting the work load can be. If you want something done right, have a professional do it! You have come too far to cut corners now, so make sure to have your new custom interior completed by a qualified professional.