14-Year-Old Beautifully Transforms 1974 Camper With Her Own Bare Hands

We’ve seen plenty of amazing camper transformations — like this adorable little micro camper.

But rarely do we see them come from teenagers, who made all of the purchases from their own pocket!

That’s what makes Ellie Yeater’s adorable camper transformation so amazing.

After purchasing an old, used 1974 model that was in much need of repair, she set to work, spending many hot summer nights with her family,  turning it into her own little “glamper.”

And the final product is totally adorable, with every inch of the space being covered in color, cozy accents, and little inspirational messages.

With a little money and a lot of hard work, the West Virginia teen made her own little hideaway that will surely be the envy of all of her friends.

Check out the photos below, courtesy of Woodworking Adventures, chronicling the camper’s transition from drab and dusty to quint, colorful, and oh-so pretty.

[H/T: Woodworking Adventures]


Over the summer, Ellie Yeater bought her own aged camper and transformed it into a beautiful space to call her own.

Oh, and did we mention she’s only 14?

While most teens spend their summer on trips with their parents or dabbling in summer jobs, the West Virginia teen used her own money to make her own pretty “glamper.”


The camper was not much to look at on the inside.

The old floor and wood paneling were definitely dying for a makeover.


Purchased for $200 from an ad, the camper was gutted of its accoutrements so that Ellie could start fresh.

The floors were scraped and the little amenities were repaired before decorating could begin.


She also got help from her handymen family members.

Both her dad and grandfather gave her hands-on lessons about breaking the little structure down and building back up.


The first part of the girly camper to be transformed was its exterior.

It was painted a beautiful light blue called “mystic sea.”


Next, its entire inside, every nook and cranny, was painted a pretty pink.

She also added the same light blue elements to little parts of the room.


New tiles were also installed on the floor.

The pretty hard wood covered up the yellow and lime kitsch tile nicely!


After everything was painted, paneled, and covered, Ellie started adding her fun personal touches.

Her grandma also contributed cute details; she made the glamper’s curtains and little napkins.


The final product could not look more different than its drab first form.

It is now covered in cute, cozy accents including cushions, pillows, and pretty hanging lights.


It even has cool retrofitted elements like an old electric fan and a cool vintage camera.

Judging by the room’s amazing outcome, we predict that Ellie has a future in home decor!


Now that the gorgeous glamper is complete, it can be used as a cozy study space, a secluded place to read, or the ultimate space for sleepovers!

With the help of her family, Ellie used her own money and creativity to make a truly beautiful space that is totally personal to her.

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  1. Jene Wertz says:

    Love these! Are any for sale?

  2. Michelle says:

    Breathtaking! Love ❤ So very beautiful!!

  3. Anonymous says:

    in Michigan goes across the sky horizontally not vertically.

  4. Andrea says:

    Amazing photos.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I love how your click image is form #cosmos on Fox and you didn’t even bother to hide the watermark you used to make it look like the probe took the photos from IN the Jupiter atmosphere.

    • Cleo Cat says:

      yep, thought the same thing. pretty obvious, but still the article did surprisingly have some interesting details.

  6. Mark Bracken says:


  7. Marilyn Kinsella says:

    Learn something new everyday. Never heard of these – fascinating, beautiful, inspiring and downright awesome.

  8. Halina Biernacki says:

    Yes, these are stunning pic’s …. however, due to the development “doctoring” technology … how much of this is real?

  9. Lill ashakara says:

    Amazing, beautiful. Thank you, it made my day.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Thanks Miles Hebert for such amazing photos and making my day just a little more enriched. I have not seen these mice before, learn something new every day! Thanks, Miles!

  11. Angie says:

    Hi I have seen a photo of a field mouse sleeping in a purple tulip b,4 on FB. So cute I love these photos of these little miceys. It must be a lovely experience for you to see nature at its finest. And to capture such an event. With your eyes through your camera. Envy. From Angie ☺

  12. scott says:

    Beautiful. Who painted them?

  13. Wanda says:

    Churning storms make it look like the tie dye planet

  14. Anonymous says:

    and were not united with universe hahaha

  15. Anonymous says:

    That’s some beautiful fake bullshit right there.

  16. Lyn Hoffmann says:

    Yhese are NOT fake – we see clouds just like these in Australia – just because some people haven’t aactually seen them, does not mean they are fake, becaue they are NOT!

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