If you asked almost any family to move into a motorhome full time, they would think you were crazy. How could any family of four fit into a 33-foot house on wheels and not live in absolute chaos? While you might think it was impossible, the Wilson family can show you how to do it – and do it well.
A little over a year ago, Mandy and Aaron Wilson – and their children Israel and Elery – bought a used motorhome. It was a beauty – a Class A 33-foot Damon Challenger. They renovated it, rented out their home, and became full-time nomads. They wanted to live on the road and enjoy the holiday life every day of the week. Their hard work and dedication are incredible, and the results will amaze you.
Even the entrance, before you even make it inside, is something special. It’s welcoming, warm, and has a stunning set of stairs that lead you into the main living area.
The NextWall Diamond Geometric Peel and Stick wallpaper with Peel and Stick clear laminate make for a stunning entrance into the motorhome. The stairs are wipeable, meaning that keeping them clean is effortless.
The entire motorhome also features vinyl planks that form the foundation of a country-style bus, but without the weight of real wood.
The front of the RV features a sitting area for fun activities with the family. You can dine here, play cards, and it comfortably seats five. Adjacent sits the beautiful wood and white dining area, which remains clean thanks to Mandy’s dedication to adopting a “no shoes” policy. Mandy also cleans the cabinetry at least once per week.
The central area of the home, with the kitchen and dining nook, is deceivingly spacious. It’s easy to keep clean, and the kids have plenty of room to move around and do what kids do best.
The kitchen nearby is an organizational paradise.
Mandy and Aaron only have what they need – and nothing more. Four bowls, small and large plates, one coffee mug for the coffee drinker, two smoothie cups, and a few small chopping boards. The less they own, the more free space they can have. They also have an abundance of labeled storage containers, so everyone knows where their possessions live.
These organizers from Dollartree only cost the Wilsons $5 but were a stylish and practical storage solution.
The casual lounge area boasts plenty of overhead cabinet storage.
Clutter is contained thanks to the under-couch storage drawers.
Organizational containers are the key to living clutter-free in an RV.
One of the standout features of the RV is the barn door, that saves a lot of space, and leads to the bathroom. The door weighs 25 pounds, with hardware included, and boasts a beautiful gold Rustoleum paint and primer finish.
The sleeping quarters are equally as impressive. The children’s bunk beds consist of two slightly altered twin foam mattresses which are comfortable and take up minimal space.
The master bedroom, on the other hand, boasts that same, clean design as well as storage surrounding the bed.
The bathroom is deceivingly spacious, with room galore and a country character design.
The simplicity yet elegance of the bathroom makes it a breeze to keep clean and clutter-free.
Everyone in the family has somewhere to put their bathroom products.
Every basket is labeled with the name of what should go in it.
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