Tessa Terry spent $30,000 and four months flipping a 300-square-foot RV that she sold for $55,000.
Terry said she used quality materials and lightweight furniture to transform the RV into a luxury home.
Look inside the elegant tiny home on wheels, which has two beds and an electric fireplace.
Home renovator Tessa Terry recently sold a luxury RV for $55,000 after spending $20,000 on the RV and four months renovating it for an additional $10,000.
The first thing you’ll see when you walk in is the kitchen, which has marble-painted counter tops and a backsplash made of glass subway tiles, Terry said.
She painted the cabinets a blue-black color and replaced the handles.
She also painted the sink and replaced the faucet fixture.
To the left are the living and dining spaces. The dining space has a TV and an electric fireplace that heats the room.
Terry repainted the window trim and replaced the lighting fixtures, the furniture, and the TV.
The living room has plenty of seating and a couch that folds out into a full-size bed.
Terry replaced the flooring with waterproof vinyl tiles and added a stick-on mural to the back wall.
To the right, there’s a short staircase …
… that leads to the bedroom and bathroom.
She brightened up the bathroom with paint, new fixtures, and storage solutions.
The bedroom has a queen-sized bed and storage space behind the headboard and under the bed.
There’s more storage space under the mirrors.
Terry added trimming to the mirrors and painted the walls and furniture similarly to the rest of the RV.
After 6 days on the market, Sue Byrd purchased the RV to live in part-time while building a home on her Alabama property, she told Insider.
The sale included all the decor details Terry added.
Byrd said this RV stood out in her search because she could actually see herself living in it thanks to its comfy-yet-elegant look. “The designer made it into something spectacular,” she said.
When Terry started renovating RVs about a year ago, her goal was to make them feel like luxury homes with high-end materials. Her clients would agree that she’s done just that.
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