Have Fun Personalizing Your RV

By Andrea Boley

Now that you've discovered the joys of RV living, you may want to personalize your space so that you feel at home wherever you go. There are lots of creative ways to decorate your RV that will give you maximum style even when your space is limited. These are some fun ideas that will make the most of your home on wheels. If you've downsized from a big house, you may want to bring along some mementos that will keep you in touch with your roots and happy memories. At the same time, you've got to prioritize so you won't feel constrained by a lot of clutter. Keep a few pieces of your good china and crystal with you to make simple meals feel like fine dining. Take advantage of space that often goes unused to display family photos or keep favorite books and objects on view. Put up shelves in corners or use wire frames to turn a section of a door or wall into a gallery for photos. If you're worried that shaking and turning while traveling may damage stuff you hang on your walls, just pick up some industrial strength Velcro to hold everything in place. Celebrate new adventures. Take photos and collect postcards of all the places you visit and the new people you meet. Use your computer screen or a digital picture frame to provide an every changing show of the experiences you treasure. Instead of wasting money on mass produced gift shop souvenirs, buy extra food and condiments the region is famous for. That way your kitchen will reflect your ongoing travels and you'll have stuff to eat. Refrigerator magnets are another option that don't take up much room and you can make them yourself with any image or quote you pick up on your journeys that you want to hang onto. Treat yourself to inexpensive luxuries that will make your vehicle feel cozier. Buy lots of scented candles or an orchid. Use a sheer curtain to divide your space into more intimate sections for reading or dining without reducing the amount of light you enjoy. Splurge on the stuff you use all the time. Find a romantic old mirror at an antique store to give your bathroom more charm. Set your table with elegant tiny crystal salt and pepper shakers. Get a pretty rug that will warm your floor and pull the room together. Learn to quilt or knit and make your own unique bedcovers and blankets. Personal touches can make you feel more at home while you enjoy the simplicity and freedom of RV living. While much of the joy of RV living comes from observing the world outside, you can also make your interior space inviting and unique. Andrea Boley is a writer, traveler and mom.  She basically grew up in the back of an RV, and while she has to work at Storkie to pay the bills, she hopes to be someday be a vagabond once again.
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Have Fun Personalizing Your RV

By Andrea Boley

Now that you've discovered the joys of RV living, you may want to personalize your space so that you feel at home wherever you go. There are lots of creative ways to decorate your RV that will give you maximum style even when your space is limited. These are some fun ideas that will make the most of your home on wheels. If you've downsized from a big house, you may want to bring along some mementos that will keep you in touch with your roots and happy memories. At the same time, you've got to prioritize so you won't feel constrained by a lot of clutter. Keep a few pieces of your good china and crystal with you to make simple meals feel like fine dining. Take advantage of space that often goes unused to display family photos or keep favorite books and objects on view. Put up shelves in corners or use wire frames to turn a section of a door or wall into a gallery for photos. If you're worried that shaking and turning while traveling may damage stuff you hang on your walls, just pick up some industrial strength Velcro to hold everything in place. Celebrate new adventures. Take photos and collect postcards of all the places you visit and the new people you meet. Use your computer screen or a digital picture frame to provide an every changing show of the experiences you treasure. Instead of wasting money on mass produced gift shop souvenirs, buy extra food and condiments the region is famous for. That way your kitchen will reflect your ongoing travels and you'll have stuff to eat. Refrigerator magnets are another option that don't take up much room and you can make them yourself with any image or quote you pick up on your journeys that you want to hang onto. Treat yourself to inexpensive luxuries that will make your vehicle feel cozier. Buy lots of scented candles or an orchid. Use a sheer curtain to divide your space into more intimate sections for reading or dining without reducing the amount of light you enjoy. Splurge on the stuff you use all the time. Find a romantic old mirror at an antique store to give your bathroom more charm. Set your table with elegant tiny crystal salt and pepper shakers. Get a pretty rug that will warm your floor and pull the room together. Learn to quilt or knit and make your own unique bedcovers and blankets. Personal touches can make you feel more at home while you enjoy the simplicity and freedom of RV living. While much of the joy of RV living comes from observing the world outside, you can also make your interior space inviting and unique. Andrea Boley is a writer, traveler and mom.  She basically grew up in the back of an RV, and while she has to work at Storkie to pay the bills, she hopes to be someday be a vagabond once again.
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