This 1963 Shasta was moonlighting as a fish house when the ladies of The White House Co. first found it online. The ladies did a little convincing to get their dad to agree to help with the remodel. But the begging paid off and soon led to a creative glamping masterpiece.
With a lot of spray paint and a little feminine touch, any remnants of the Shasta's past life in fishing is long gone. Now, this glammed up camper is affectionately known as Millie.
The process of this glamping transformation began from the outside in. Once a new hitch, tires and rims were added the outside was ready for some tender love and care.
Sanding and painting the exterior was not an easy task. It took about 243 cans of spay paint to get Millie looking just right. A special golden touch on the camper's wings really gives it character. With some now serious curb appeal, it was time to start working on the inside.
The kitchen inside was quite a scary site, but a little epoxy paint on the appliances and some powder coating on the burners brightened it right up. The girls made the kitchen area much more welcoming with hexagonal patterned white tile for the back splash.
Adhesive faux marble paper polished up the look of the kitchen at a low cost. Pops of color from the kitchen appliances really brightens up the space.
The final touches of the inside created a cozy area for both rest, relaxation and comfort. As a result of installing gray toned laminate flooring, the camper now has a modern touch. A little wall art, furniture and cozy accessories tie the room together perfectly white also adding functional space.
Last, but not least, the girls show off their hard work by adding some character to the outside. A hanging chair, string lights and outdoor furniture make for a perfect hangout or photo opportunity. Millie is the perfect example of what happens when a vision and hard work come together.