Meet Griff and Alyssa from Trapped In Paradise TV! This couple spent eight weeks renovating their Keystone Cougar 29RLI into a beautiful farmhouse-on-wheels.
They shared some amazing before and after photos of their renovated camper. Get an inside look at the incredible transformation!
Before the renovation
The kitchen got a fresh new look with peel-and-stick backsplash tiles from Lowe's. They also got rid of the microwave that comes standard from the manufacturer and replaced it with a floating shelf.
The original kitchen island didn't have storage space underneath, and it didn't provide enough counter space, so it was replaced with a new custom-built kitchen island. Their new island also has built-in shelves on the side for extra storage.
The countertop was upgraded to a faux butcher block, which was both cost-effective and lighter than real butcher block and the original counter that came with the RV. The sink was upgraded, as well as the lights, with new finds from IKEA.
The dinette is quick and easy to convert into a day bed. They upgraded the seating with handmade cushions created from a memory foam mattress. There is also storage space conveniently hidden beneath each bench.
The entertainment section originally came with a mounted TV and a fireplace.
This was transformed into a coffee and wine bar with a new countertop and freshly painted white storage cabinets for glassware.
The couple lives and works from the road, so it was essential to add a comfortable workspace in the rig.
They created a custom work desk out of the same wood as the countertops, along with hairpin legs they found on Amazon.
The living area features a CordaRoy bean bag, which can be converted into a queen-size mattress for additional sleeping space. They also removed the doors from some of the storage cabinets to create a stylish decor display.
The bathroom got an impressive new look as well. They painted the walls and added a unique accent with none other than Sharpie!
Though you can find some DIY stencils for this project, Alyssa simply hand drew the design, and it looks fantastic.
They also upgraded the bathroom with a new vessel sink, a new faucet, and an all-new shower that was designed to feel like an "outdoor spa."
The shower got a new rainfall showerhead, as well as new stone tile walls.
They removed the glass doors, which were too constricting, and replaced it with a simple shower curtain. The shower was topped off with a custom angled bamboo mat for the floor.
Of course, their fifth wheel camper renovation included a new and improved bedroom.
They added a beautiful peel-and-stick backsplash for a headboard. Before the renovation, the bed had a simple wooden frame that was easy to hit their head on.
The bed was also outfitted with new Beddy's RV zipper bedding. The couple says it is the easiest and most comfortable RV bedding to use. It goes on like a fitted sheet and unzips all the way around.