Welcome to My Reno Shop Page!
I wanted to put together a comprehensive list of ALLLLLL the supplies you might need when starting a renovation project. OK, it won’t be possible to list every single item here, but this will get you started. I’ve linked to all the furniture, bedding, paint colors and tools I use on a regular basis. I’ll continue to add to this list as I try new things!
Tile and Wallpaper
*For peel and stick wallpaper, I recommend using additional adhesive like this one: 3M High Strength Contact Adhesive
Sinks and Showers
You can purchase RV specific sinks and faucets for your RV, or you can use a standard residential style. If you go with residential style, you may need to use an adapter or specific size fittings to connect the plumbing.
Finding the right style and size for your RV can be challenging. Note that many natural woven or bamboo shades do not provide privacy. If finding the right size becomes a problem, use curtains and curtain rods instead.
Rugs and Flooring
If using a peel and stick flooring, I recommend an additional adhesive like Liquid Nails. For all flooring, leave space for expanding and contracting with the changes in temperature.
*You can use standard residential light fixtures with your 12v wiring, just be sure to only use 12v light bulbs!
Tools and Supplies
Pillows and Bedding
Measure the distance between holes for you cabinet handles to make sure you are ordering the correct size. For hinges, you will need to determine if yours are “face mount” or “overlay” style. TIP: I have found that most hinges found in RVs are not self closing, but most hinges you find in stores today are self closing. Because of this, the hinges will fit slightly differently and will not align perfectly with original holes.