I was helping a friend search Craigslist for a pop up camper the other day, and she mentioned that an indoor potty was on their non-negotiable list. After scouring the ads for a few hours with little success, I had an epiphany. With a little creativity and hard work, we could built a “bathroom” in just about any pop up camper. We both agreed to widen our search a little bit to campers without built-in cassette toilets, because really, if you are handy, the sky is the limit.
Case in point… Shannon’s pop up camper makeover. Of course her whole remodel is absolutely stunning, but that hand-built toilette is really the pièce de résistance. It is ingenious, I tell you! When Shannon sent me the pictures of her makeover, I knew you guys would love it. Here’s Shannon to tell us all about it:
Shannon’s Pop Up Camper Makeover
My husband and I have been happily tent camping for over 30 years, and we’ve never owned a camper until now. We purchased our 2004 Rockwood pop up in February of 2016 and brought it home in the snow and ice of Minnesota. During a search for camping ideas, I came across Larissa’s blog, and it was LOVE at first sight! We waited (impatiently) for the warm weather to arrive in order to start the many projects we had in mind. Finally, after months of the weather not cooperating, we figured out we could get the PUP popped up just far enough in the garage to start the remodel. At that point, there was no stopping us! 😉
I hear ya, Shannon! Even though my pop up camper has been finished for over a year, I’m always tweaking little things here and there, too. It’s an addiction, for sure. 🙂 Let’s take a look at that transformation one more time. Isn’t it beautiful?