Pennsylvania: How Do You Make Your Motorhome Feel Like A Home?

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Avid RVers spend a lot of time in their RV: traveling, camping, living in one, or just hanging out in a parked RV.  When you spend so much time in a RV, it is nice to make the RV feel like home.  There are hundreds of ways to customize your RV.  You can change out furniture, get new floors, add color with curtains, get fancy bedding or buy any RV add-on you want.  Here are a couple of tips to help make your motorhome a home:

  • Clear the Clutter. Go through your RV and get rid of anything unnecessary or anything you don’t use.  Donate items you are not going to use and set aside any item you are unsure about.  When you are finished clearing everything see how much storage you have left over and see what you want to keep from the “maybe” pile.
  • Change the Furniture. If you aren’t in love with the couch your RV came with change it out for something you really love.  (Preferably, pick out a sofa bed so you will still have the extra sleeping space.)  If you don’t want to get a brand new couch buy some throw pillows, a rug, and curtains to instantly transform the living room area.  The mattress in the bedroom is another piece of furniture that is easily changed.
  • Secure Storage Space For Something You Love. Don’t forget to reserve some space for any hobby or activity you love to do.  If you love to scrapbook, pack up your scrapbook supplies and put them in their own special place.  You can also leave this space empty to store things you collect throughout your travels.
  • Little Details. Sometimes the little touches will really make your RV feel like a home.  Putting family photos around the RV, adding plants, or just putting something in your RV that means a lot to you will make your time in your RV even more enjoyable.

What did you do to decorate your RV?  If you need any tips/suggestions or help customizing your RV let us know or stop by Fretz RV!

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