Tour The Crafty Camper

The Crafty Camper - take the tour of this mobile DIY workshop!

Remember the Partridge Family bus?  When it came barreling down the highway, it could not be missed.

Well, The Crafty Camper is a bit like that …

minus the singing and velvet bellbottoms.

It’s Denise’s baby and she renovated this vintage, 1972 Shasta to it’s former glory days and debuted it at the Philadelphia Home Show.

She’ll be taking it on the road too – it’s a mobile DIY workshop – so give her a wave when she whizzes past you.

Here’s the room Denise designed – The Crafty Camper Mom Cave …

Cute oilcloth pillows - love the vintage camper!

All of the oilcloth – pillows, cushions and buntings – were whipped up by Modern June.

Oilcloth pillows and buntings - such a fun retro look!

Love the fun patterns on this oilcloth!

Floors were ripped out to make way for this.

Vintage camper renovation - love the floor!

Love the galvanized bucket sink.

Galvanized bucket sink

Galvanized bucket sink

Open kitchen shelving
Peek inside a 1972 Shasta vintage camper completely renovated
Oilcloth bunting - fun vintage look
This camper comes complete with fire pit for s’mores and a dresser planter.

Dresser planter
Philadelphia Home Show Mom Cave Designer Room

Vintage Shasta Camper
Cheers from The Crafty Camper!

Eclectically Vintage & The Painted Home at The Crafty Camper

Visit Denise at The Crafty Camper and on Facebook to follow her road trips and shenanigans.

It was a fun weekend – Denise and I even took to the stage at the Philly Home Show to share our tips on creating a mom cave.


My three mom cave must haves – a good book, chocolate and a cocktail!


P.S. Make your bedroom into a mom cave – I’m sharing my tips on creating a dreamy bedroom no matter what your style!
Sharing Here:  Savvy Southern Style

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  1. My grandma used to have an old camper like this, but it’s long gone now. It’s my dream to find one of these and make it over into my very own playhouse/workshop/mom cave/bar — you get my drift. Love this one. I hope she makes her way to NC some day. I may have to hitch a ride!

  2. Absolutely adore this camper and what you’ve done with it! If I could have something like this, I would jump at it. This is so cool.

  3. amazing work!! I know I am a little late to the game, but just want to say KUDOS to you, you rock.

    I am currently renovating the same make and model and am hoping to do beadboard as well! Did you use vinyl beadboard panels, or plywood? Looks great.

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