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Jul 3

PHOTOS: Ronnie Dunn’s Southwestern-Themed Tour Bus & Barn

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Host Carter Oosterhouse talks with Ronnie Dunn about the bedroom while getting a tour of Dunn's tour bus during the filming of HGTV's Celebrity Motor Homes. Photo by Donn Jones Photography. © 2012, HGTV/Scripps Networks, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Ronnie Dunn affectionately calls his tour bus ‘Pearle,’ a name inspired by its white color. He showed off his home away from home to HGTV’s Carter Oosterhouse for an episode of Celebrity Motor Homes, including a peek inside his “man cave”-style barn — and you can take a photo tour right here on GACTV.com!

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Ronnie has always loved the southwest and used elements of southwestern décor throughout his bus, like pillows and rugs. He calls one carpet the ‘landing strip’ because of a line in the rug that runs the length of the bus. He also keeps family photos around and has five bunks in addition to his bedroom so family members will always have a place to sleep.

One of the unique features of Ronnie’s bus is that it is the same design that is in actress Sandra Bullock’s tour bus, particularly the metal framing around the mirrors and in the ceiling. In his bedroom, he has shelves containing memorabilia from his heroes, like a Merle Haggard hat and a Johnny Cash boxed set. Ronnie actually lived with Johnny Cash for a short time when he first moved to Nashville.

You can also tour Trisha Yearwood’s kitchen, Suzanne Alexander’s sun room, Kellie Pickler’s tour bus, Dierks Bentley’s Airstream and much more in our At Home With GAC Section! Plus, watch videos from some of your favorite stars as they share their own home décor secrets. Like something you see? Pin it to one of your Pinterest boards for future inspiration and be sure to follow GAC on Pinterest!

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