Our Recent Upfits

COMFORT.   FUNCTION.   STYLE.

Through our unique Upfit process, we dramatically transform

yesterdays trailers in to comfortable and functional living spaces 

with luxurious furnishings and creative storage solutions.

’90 Bonair

The family who purchased this 24’ Bonair trailer wanted a one they could use for years to come to create family memories of summer road trips and time around camp fires.  The design inspiration was from their love of the mountains and can be seen sprinkled throughout the trailer from the colours and textures used as well as the architectural feature wall. With no slide-outs, we had the opportunity to get creative with using all the space effectively to accommodate

this family of four with two growing boys.

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Bonair renovation began with a trailer that had sustained severe water damage in the back end after a tree branch had punctured the roof. We removed the back end as well as the entire roof, replaced all affected framing from roof structure to floor and replaced the interior and exterior skins and finishes.

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’05 Keystone Sprinter2

The Sprinter renovation was a trailer enjoyed by a long time owner for many years before it came to us.  While it’s owner loved the size and layout, there were areas that didn’t function for their needs.  The end destination was a seasonal spot and would not be used for travel. We were able to customize the inside living area to be more reflective of how it would be used day to day. A fresh colour palette did away with the beige and browns that dominated the space, replacing them with a warm grey palette and pops of turquoise.

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’70 Surfside

One of the smallest trailer renovations we have undertaken, the 14’ Surf Side was small in size, but big in opportunity.  To be used as a weekend getaway trailer as well as guest accommodations, the owners were interested in thinking outside the box with the use of its interior square footage.  Additional storage space was added and made to be more accessible and a fresh colour palette brightened up it’s well used, beach inspired interior.

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’08 Puma

One of the largest renovations to date, this 2 bedroom park model became a summer home away from home for a busy family.  After some repairs from a significant water leak, we were able to give this 40 footer a complete cosmetic overhaul.  Light and bright, with prairie farmhouse flair, the reno included new flooring and paint, a full size glass shower, full-size appliances, fresh modern furnishings, window coverings and custom barn wood touches throughout.  With a king suite and a second full bedroom, two slide outs and ample floor space, this trailer feels more like a cottage than a trailer.

’70 Golden Falcon

The first project to really step outside of our comfort zone, the 16’ Falcon was a spring board for some wild ideas.  Inside, the original interior was totally removed right back to the tin. New plumbing, electrical, spray foam insulation went in before creatively designing the inside to maximize every available in of usable space.  An outdoor shower, with on demand hot water was added as well as a back awning and deck box that doubles as storage and an outdoor kitchen space.

The ladder to access the roof top deck even conveniently

latches to the back for safe travels.

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’02 Springdale

Mainly used as guest quarters, the 26’ Springdale reno was the inaugural project for ReVolution Trailers. While it was in great shape, the interior was inefficient and dated. New, freestanding furniture replaced the bulky built-ins and new kitchen cupboards took advantage of previously unusable space. Lighter, brighter paint and LED pot lights made this 26 footer feel much bigger.

’95 Jayco Eagle

Passed down from one generation to the next, the 25’ Jayco Eagle

was in exceptional shape, but needed a fresh Upfit.  To be used as a potential full time residence for a retiring couple wanting to spend winters in warmer climates, this reno was almost entirely  cosmetic. The owners had bold taste that matched their sense of adventure and the results reflected that.  Black and white with some hits of gold, blue and red, show stopping wall paper and fresh paint and flooring throughout made this reno one of the most dramatic we had the pleasure to be a part of.  

The kitchen features our unique “kitchen tower” housing a fridge, multifunction microwave and induction cook top the hides away when not in use, maximizing the useable counter space.

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A sectional sofa that coverts to a full queen bed with storage for bedding.

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The kitchen features our unique “kitchen tower” housing a fridge, multifunction microwave and induction cook top the hides away when not in use, maximizing the useable counter space.

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The built in furniture was completely removed and replaced with freestanding pieces.

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The Lower kitchen portion completely torn out and replaced with new custom cabinetry

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Cabinetry was repainted and reclaimed previously unusable space now used as a storage niche. In this bathroom we replaced the counter top, sink and faucet. SmartTile backsplash was installed. In a previously open and unused space, Cedar driftwood shelved was installed beside the medicine cabinet

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The built in furniture was completely removed and replaced with freestanding pieces.

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