RV Renovations can be a fun project to do but it’s also a big responsibility.
I’ve seen some poorly done renovations turn into nightmare scenarios that will cost you money, time, and stress.
Hippie Bohemian Style or Boho style renovations is no exception. So, don’t let this happen to you. To give you a leg up, here’s an idea of a few ways to get things started.
But before getting directly into the renovation ideas, first, let us discuss things in detail.
Bohemian design is a representation of the artistry of those who appreciate the texture, patterns, colors, and motifs of nature.
Many people take a more is more approach, but you can do bohemian however you want.
The key is mixing, matching, and exploring; incorporating trinkets from your travels; and crafting a comfortable and meaningful space.
There are layers to the marriage of bright patterns or a combination of neutral textiles.
Think blankets thrown over a ladder against a wall, a beaded pendant hanging from a wooden beam, and patterned rugs over reclaimed floors.
You don’t have to stop with just one item. They don’t have to match if you use as many as you want.
A bohemian style mixes cultures and artistic expressions into an eclectic style with a focus on organic elements and nature.
It is highly encouraged to mix patterns, metals, woods, materials, animal hides, and trinkets from your travels when creating a bohemian-style space.
Many people dream of buying a camper to live in and travel around doing yoga in beautiful state parks, but Summer and Ryan decided to buy a 1969 Shasta camper instead.
They renovated their camper using bohemian style and it matched their RV perfectly.
This vintage trailer with Southwest vibes was renovated by a husband and wife team who together own a camper renovation company specializing in creating and staging short-term rentals.
If you’re ever visiting California, you can stay in the camper named the Joshua Tree suite.
The unique touches like the hand-painted compass and the glass tubes of spices on the wall are what make this renovation my favorite.
The vision this couple had for their 1996 Damon Ultrasport can be seen in the before photos of the vehicle.
A black accent wall creates a dramatic backdrop to show off pattern and texture in this rustic camper, which is home to interior designer and custom sign maker, Mariah and her family.
The photos of their entire RV renovation process can be seen on her IG account – @TheSloppyJos.
One of the first things that many RVers do is to remove the built-in dining booth, which opens up a lot more potential for the space.
Fresh paint, new furniture, and touches like a colorful rug made this an inviting space for Amy and her two kids to call home, as well as opened up much more potential for the space.
Emily can travel not only in the U.S. but also to other parts of the world as a travel nurse.
It is easy for her to relocate because she is living in her renovated RV, and she also has an outlet for her creativity with interior design.
This newer fifth wheel is a luxurious retreat from a day full of adventure for a family of four that calls it home, with rough beams and shiplap in contrast to rich colors and ornate details.
When Rooster’s military career forced him to move, she renovated this fifth wheel as a home that would allow them to stay together.
Since they’re currently parked in California, she decided to go with a style she describes as a surf shack.
Erin was able to pursue a career in music because of the freedom she was given by living in a motor home.
Even though they now have a tiny A-frame cabin as their home base, the couple still enjoys taking trips in their RV.
The space in this Australian caravan is utilized so well, that you’d never believe this camper is just 18 feet long.
The couple who gave it a makeover made sure the mechanics were in good shape so they wouldn’t have to.
A 2006 Heartland Bighorn RV, a 5th wheel travel trailer, was transformed from a basic RV into their own bohemian tiny home, thanks to this camper renovation idea from Tiny House Talk.
There is plenty of room for the couple and their growing family in this RV since it includes a slide-out.
The combination of warmer colors such as shades of olive green, mustard, cognac yellow, and rusty oranges is something we love about this particular design.
A 2010 Jayco camper has been turned into a retreat large enough for a family of 5 by a chic camper remodel from Apartment Therapy.
With an interior full of brown, the family knew they wanted to liven up the space and create an updated boho look.
After hiring a contractor to take care of the big jobs, the next step was to buy new bedding, purchase new cushions, and add some bohemian touches to complete the look.
The total cost of the project was close to $1,700, which makes this a great budget-friendly remodel.
A 2002 5th wheel that became one couple’s permanent tiny home when they were transferred to Oregon and realized they weren’t interested in paying the high rent of the area comes from Mountain Modern Life.
There are a lot of things to love about this camper remodel.
Gallery of Hippie Bohemian Style Ideas
These camper renovations are full of great ideas for your next project. You can see from the remodels that a fresh coat of paint and some updated upholstery can do a lot.
You would be surprised at what simple changes can do if you can’t afford a full remake.
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