Renovated 2017 Forest River Salem
You have to see this gorgeous renovation from Ann and Tom of RVing Dogs and Wine. This renovated 2017 Forest River Salem T27TDSS travel trailer was transformed into a sleek, modern home on wheels. I can only describe the style as what has now become the RVing Dogs and Wine signature look. Each of their RV renovations have a clean, sophisticated charm.
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This renovated Forest River RV has such an amazing amount of flexibility. You can see why they would refer to it as the “ultimate family glamper!” I love the bunk area that converts to storage.
“We call this RV the Ultimate Family Glamper but with the versatility of the bunk space and spacious living area, it is a great layout for all sorts of family figurations. For example, remove one bunk for more headspace and use it for a small office/work/area, or for pet crates or dog beds, or just keep the bunks as guest beds for the occasional camping guests.” -Ann
Here are some of the most asked about paint colors and design details used in this reno:
- Custom Wood Details: White Oak solid wood and plywood from Conejo Hardwoods and Home Depot
- Grey Cabinet Paint: The color is a custom blend similar to Peppercorn from Sherwin Williams. The paint is Benjamin Moore Scuff-X in Semi-gloss
- White Trim/cabinet/molding/door paint: The color is Chantilly Lace BM and the paint is Benjamin Moore Scuff-X in Semi-gloss.
- White ceiling and wall paint: The color is Chantilly Lace BM, paint Benjamin Moore Scuff-X in Matte
Sources for items used in this renovation:
- Cabinet handles
- Cabinet knobs
- Smart TV
- Kitchen sink
- Dinette light fixture
- Shower surround
- Bedroom wallpaper
For a complete list of sources, be sure to visit RVing Dogs and Wine