This family's fifth wheel renovation is a work of art. The bedroom is just perfect

Fitting a family of 4 into a trailer full time is a feat itself - but when you see the extent of this fifth wheel renovation, you'll understand the real challenge this family faced. When the New School Nomads bought the trailer it was plastered with dated, itchy looking fabrics and beige boring walls and linoleum tiles. 
But they knew just what they had to do to make this trailer home. The New School Nomads painted the cabinets a clean, crisp, white and speckled the space with bright colors. The family also replaced the floors with beautiful dark wood planks, and added great storage solutions alongside beautiful little design details. Take the tour and see this incredible renovation.
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From the outside this looks like any old fifth wheel - but the renovation inside is jaw dropping.
So you can understand just how far this RV has come - this is what the living area looked like before the renovation.
This is what the living space looks like now: bright, modern, and clean. We love how they've added their own personal touches to the cabinets to make them look custom - and the pops of color. The burnt orange against that blue really pops.
The kitchen continues the play on color with this lovely light olive green. The crisp white cabinets really pop against it - and we love the deep wood floors for a warm contrast. This space really looks huge for an RV.
The master bedroom is quite large - fitting in this queen sized bed with plenty of room for extra storage along the sides. The London Bridge-inspired headboard is a callback to the location of the couple's engagements, a sweet reminder of one of the best days of their lives.
And the back end of the master bedroom serves as an office. There's still room for clothing and other items in those big cabinets, but the New School Nomads were also able to squeeze a desk into the corner. 
This fifth wheel is all about the details. Every corner of this space was thoughtfully designed to bring color, fun, and function into this tiny home.
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