Your RV may basically be a house on wheels, but as they say: home is where the heart is. To help you cozy up your RV and make it the home away from home you want, we’ve got a handful of quick decorating tips that will help you get your RV Feeling more homey. If you’re looking for an RV that you can spruce up just the way you want, come in and see us at Big Country RV in Bend and Redmond! Big Country RV Proudly serves the areas of Eastern Oregon, Central Oregon, Crook County, Jefferson County, and Deschutes County.
Get some throw pillows to add some character to your living room! Add some color, and then make it pop with a contrasting/complementary blanket over the back of your couch. Give the bedroom a bit of a facelift by changing out the bedspread and getting some new pillowcases there as well.
Painting the interior of your RV isn’t necessary if you want to liven up your walls. Add some colorful curtains in a simple pattern and you can frame the windows to create a bright, cheery atmosphere.
Your cherished memories are a perfect way to bring some of the comfort of home on the road. Pick up some lightweight picture frames to hang your photos, and make sure they’re made with plastic and not glass (just in case they fall off the wall). Use some adhesive velcro strips to secure your pictures so they won’t shift during travel.
Get some plants for your RV! A simple bamboo, or a small ficus is all it takes. Make sure that you’ve got a proper place for your plant to sit so you don’t get your carpet messy. When you travel, wrap the pot of the plant in a towel and store it in the sink to prevent spills and help to stop tipping.
If you’re really going to make your RV feel like home, don’t skimp on the details. Get some real dishes, and trade your travel toothbrush for the real deal. These little elements may not seem like a big deal, but once you stop eating with plastic utensils you’ll be able to feel like you’re at home again.
When you’re picking out your pillows, curtains, plants and dishes, try and coordinate your colors. Pick a simple range of complementary colors and shop within that range. For a contemporary chic feel, try black white and red. If you want your home on the road to feel more cozy, try some softer pastels. Whichever colors you choose try to coordinate and tie the aesthetic of your RV together.
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