RV Christmas Decorating | 12 Ways To Add Holiday Cheer To Your RV

RV Christmas Decorating | 12 Ways To Add Holiday Cheer To Your RV

RV Christmas Decorating Ideas | Tis’ The Season to bring in the Holiday Cheer even when you live in an RV.

We all know that most RV’s are limited in space, so you might be wondering how you can add a Christmas tree and decor to your RV.

If you’re like me, sometimes I need a little bit of inspiration from others to help me get creative.

And, that is ok!

So, I’ve put together 12 ways to add that Christmas cheer in a minimal and impactful way, plus many ideas from other RVer’s.

(P.S. Don’t forget to go follow their Instagrams after reading for more RV inspiration)

RV Christmas Decorating Ideas

1. Hang some stockings

Stockings are a classic Christmas decoration that you can still use and hang in your RV. If you have an electric fireplace then you can hang them around that.

However, if you have a small child, like us, hanging stockings up higher might be a better option. You can hang them around the slide trim with some command strip hooks or they can also be hung on a window.

RV Christmas Stocking

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RV Christmas Stockings

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2. Use Garland (Pine, Tinsel, Beaded) and Ribbon

Pine garland, tinsel garland, or beaded garland are great ways to add RV Christmas Decorations.

Garland can be hung from anywhere in your RV! Many like to hang them from the slide trim to spruce up the space.

Ribbon is also a classical Christmas way of decorating.

Whether they are used as bows or wrapped like garland, whatever colors you choose will be perfect.

RV Christmas Garland

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3. Hang Christmas lights indoor and outdoor

Christmas lights are a must when adding some holiday cheer to your RV. You can wrap the lights around the garland or hang them alone around a window seal.

Also, depending on where your RV is parked and the park’s rules, you can add lights around the outside of your RV.

I would check before to make sure you’re not breaking any rules.

Photo Credit: @followtheolivers

4. Cozy up with RV Christmas pillows and blankets

This is a simple way to add holiday cheer to your RV. There are so many options out there for Christmas pillow covers.

In addition to the pillow covers, add a cozy Christmas themed blanket.

It is amazing how far pillows and blankets on your couches or bed go a long way in adding some holiday cheer.

RV Christmas Pillows

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5. Creative options for a Christmas Tree

Having a Christmas tree may seem almost impossible in an RV. However, there are many creative ways to have the tree in a small space.

One way is to have a tree is to add on to your tabletop. It doesn’t leave much space for gifts but it does add some holiday cheer.

The second option is to get a short and skinny tree. These work great in an RV without taking up too much space.

The third option is to clear out space by removing the table or a chair and adding a tree. Many RVers move and replace their furniture all the time!

The last option is to create one out of pine and tinsel garland on a wall. This is an inexpensive and space-saving option.


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RV Christmas Tree

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RV Christmas Tree

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RV Christmas Tree

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6. RV Christmas Ornaments

Camper ornaments are becoming quite the collector’s items.

They can be used for little decorations on the counters, tables, or hung on a tree.

7. Holiday Kitchen towels

This is a super simple way to add a touch of Christmas to your RV. I enjoy hanging a cute Christmas towel from the oven door.

but, if you don’t have an oven door you can always hang one from a kitchen door handle.

8. Add some RV Christmas Decorations to the Walls with command strips

One thing I love about command strips is they allow you to easily change out the wall decor.

So, adding a sign that says “Joy” or “Merry Christmas” to your RV is the perfect RV Christmas decoration.

Photo Credit: @followtheolivers

9. Add a Christmas wreath or two to your door or windows

Nowadays wreaths are used for almost every season or holiday, but it all started with Christmas.

Wreaths can be used indoor and outdoor on the windows and doors.

There are so many different varieties and sizes to choose from to match your ideal Christmas decor style.

RV Christmas

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10. Fill the Space with Your Favorite Christmas Scent

I’m all about the smell of the space as well as the visual decor.

Items like Candles, plugins, or oil diffusers with peppermint, pine, or sweet cookie smells will be a decadent addition to the Christmas ambiance.

11. Add some outdoor Christmas decor

Just as fun and cheerful as decorations are indoors, it is also fun to decorate outside your RV.

This can be done with a wreath, lights, and maybe even a cute Christmas inflatable.

12. Put on a Christmas movie or Music

Last, but not least this one is more about the ambiance than actual decorating.

Turning on a movie like “Elf” or Holiday music will make it feel like Christmas in your camper!

Final Thoughts

RV Christmas Decorating can be fun and bring in the Holiday Cheer for the “Most Wonderful Time of the year”.

I hope these ideas and inspiration from other RVers have inspired you to decorate your RV for the Holidays.


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RV Decorating Ideas | 9 Ways to Decorate for the Fall Camping Season

RV Decorating Ideas | 9 Ways to Decorate for the Fall Camping Season

RV Decorating Ideas |  I love the fall season so much with the cooler weather and leaves changing colors.

I also love decorating for the fall.

So, whether you’re living in your RV full-time (like us) or taking a few fall camping trips, decorating your RV for the season is a lot of fun.

Autumn brings a sense of home and warmth to many, so making sure you expand that feel to your RV is always a nice touch.

So, here are some great fall decorating tips, and some inspiration from other RVer’s.

RV Decorating Fall

1. Change out the Pillow Covers

This is a super simple way to change out the decor for the fall season. There are so many different options and super budget-friendly.

Photo Credit: Jodie @Jokotravels

2. Add a Warm Fall Colored Blanket

The weather begins to cool down during this time of year, and having a cozy fall blanket adds extra warmth to your space.

You can choose a fall-inspired option with thankful sayings and pumpkin decor, or go with a fall plaid or warm solid.

Whichever you decide, it will be a perfect touch of fall in your RV.

3. Add a Fall Wreath

A wreath is a perfect way to add seasonal decor to any space indoor or outdoor.

Wreaths are perfect to hang over doors or the slides of your RV.


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4. Decorate the RV Outside with a Fall Mat, and more

The outside of your RV is a place where a lot of time is spent, so making sure your spruce the area up is a must for the fall.

It can be simple and budget-friendly too. All you need is a wreath, a fall-inspired doormat, some pumpkins, and maybe a sign.

However, you decide it will be perfect!

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5. Create a Fall Inspired Bouquet

This one is easy and super budget-friendly.

I purchased these fall-inspired flowers and the tin bucket from Walmart for less than $20. (Photo on left or top)

You can use the bouquet in many areas including the table or kitchen counter.


6. Decorate with Leaf Garland

Leaf garland is a popular and inexpensive way to decorate for the fall.

You can add the garland to your RV slide, above the fireplace, or around your doors.


Photo Credit: Autumn Finley @autienoel

Photo Credit: Autumn Finley @autienoel

7. Use Pumpkins

Awe.. pumpkins are a classic and perfect way to decorate for the fall. You can choose real pumpkins or faux ones.

There are so many options with pumpkins and placement so you have fun with them.

I personally like to use real ones outdoor for decor, and the faux pumpkins indoor.


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8. Change out some Wall Decor

Adding a simple sign that says “Hello Fall” or “Give Thanks” to a wall or above a door is a great way to add RV fall decor.

Using command strips and command hooks is the best way to easily change things up without damage to the RV walls.

Photo Credit: Jodie @Jokotravels

9. Don’t Forget the Fall Candles

When it comes to decorating for the fall, I love adding a delicious smelling fall scented candle.

Not only are they perfect for decorating, but they also add to the space with smell and ambiance.

Final Thoughts

RV decorating for the fall is fun and makes you enjoy the season even more.

I hope these ideas and inspiration from other RVers have inspired you to decorate your RV for the fall.

Autumn is a beautiful time of year and adding in the decor, the fall candles, and delicious pumpkin spice lattes make fall come alive when camping.


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RV Renovation Tour | A Rustic Bohemian Home on Wheels with @Our.Own.Beat

RV Renovation Tour | A Rustic Bohemian Home on Wheels with @Our.Own.Beat

I’m so excited to highlight this family’s RV renovation.

Whit and Gui with their 2 kids and 2 dogs live and travel full-time in their remodeled 5th wheel.

Their RV story begins December of 2019 when they decided to rent out their home, sell their belongings, buy an RV, and travel full-time.

Before purchasing their RV, Whit and Gui already decided they wanted to renovate it and make it home.

Looking through their Instagram and pictures of their RV, I like to describe their style as Rustic Bohemian.

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The warm earthy tones, the rustic wood trim, and the play with color, textures, and patterns give this RV the perfect combination of Rustic Bohemian.

I think they definitely accomplished their goal by making their RV a cozy and inviting home on wheels!

So check out their RV Renovation and get inspired!

Before Pictures

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After Pictures

Now that you’ve seen what Whit and Gui’s RV looked like before, check out the amazing after pictures.

It is totally transformed from the basic factory decor.

By painting their walls and cabinets, changing out the hardware, and getting creative by building a fold-down island, they made this 5th wheel their own.

Every detail of this home on wheels flows and provides a comfortable feeling of home.

I also love how they’ve created play space for their little ones. So, even when they’re on the road, the kids can still play dress up and more.


After – RV Kitchen

After – RV Bedroom

After – RV Living Room

Final Thoughts

I hope you love this RV 5th wheel renovation as much as I do.

There are so many little details from the custom-built island extension to the gorgeous wood trim on the slides that can bring you inspiration for your RV.

If you’d like to check out their adventures and more of their renovation, go follow them on Instagram @our.own.beat

If you would like to have your RV renovation featured on our Blog, please email me at Nissa@exploringnewsights.com


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24 RV Bathroom Remodels for Inspiration | Before and After Pictures

24 RV Bathroom Remodels for Inspiration | Before and After Pictures

RV Bathroom Remodels are inspiring to say the least. Creating a little Spa in your Home on Wheels is to be desired by many. Being able to shower in a full-size shower or take a hot bath while you’re camping is a luxury.

I think, just because the space is small doesn’t mean you can’t spruce it up and make it a bathroom people dream about!

If you desire to create a spa-like RV bathroom that you enjoy while camping or living full-time, then you should make it happen.

Now, I’m guessing that since you’re here you probably are looking for some inspiration on design and decor!

Well, I’m glad to tell you that you’re in the right place. I have searched Instagram to bring you the best RV Bathroom Remodels out there, plus guidance on where you can get the same look for your camper’s bathroom.

Go ahead and scroll slowly to check out these amazing before and after RV bathroom remodels! 


These first three RV Bathroom Remodels are gutted and redesigned by @renovatingrutters. They did an amazing job creating beautiful and unique camper bathrooms to enjoy.


This cute couple from Hawaii but now living on the mainland renovate RVs and what wonderful renovations they have done. These RV bathrooms are incredible! I mean look at the bathtub! To have a soaking bath in an RV is one of a kind!


Bo and Madison from @troopnashville have completed some amazing RV renovations. I previously featured them on our post “30 RV Kitchen Makeovers that will inspire your inner designer”. I’m excited to feature their RV bathroom remodels as well. Check out these awesome before and after renovations.


Another couple who live full-time in RVs and have renovated a few along their journey with their 2 kids. Their style is so beautiful and versatile. You can check them out on their Instagram.

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This cute family of 4 live in their fully renovated fifth wheel fulltime. I just love what they have done to transform their bathroom into a workable space for the whole family. You can check out their full reno at @rvsandtrees.

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I absolutely love this RV bathroom remodel! The neutral colors are perfect and the pops of green add that little extra that makes the space complete.


Check out this next one’s shower! This is a shower that people dream about having in their house and @tiny_modernfarmhouse added it in there RV’s bathroom! What an incredible RV bathroom remodel!


This cute little family is living tiny in their fifth wheel on their farm! I love what they have done to their bathroom and entire RV. You can check out the full renovation here.


Chelsea, her husband, and puppy live luxuriously in San Martin, California in their RV. They have completely renovated the RV Bathroom and what a beautiful job they have done. Check out their full RV renovation here.


This mother of two has done a beautiful job of renovating their RV. Look at this RV with Double sinks in the bathroom. That’s a family’s dream when living tiny! I love their RV bathroom remodel! You can check out their whole renovation @thegrandpoppy3163.

Additional RV Bathroom Remodels

Here is some additional RV bathroom remodels for you to feel inspired by. While there was no before images, the after pictures are incredible!

I hope you enjoyed all of these beautiful RV bathrooms remodels. To remodel and renovate any space is a challenge! However, it is always worth it in the end. If you’re thinking about renovating your RV Bathroom, DO IT!! You won’t regret it!

If you’d like to submit your RV project to be featured on our site, please submit your work to our email on our “work with us” page for more details.

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How to Grow a Mini Garden Inside Your RV Camper

How to Grow a Mini Garden Inside Your RV Camper

How to grow a mini-garden in your RV Camper | With the decline of quality produce found in grocery stores these days, it is no wonder that the topic of gardening and becoming self sufficient is on the rise, even among us RV “full-timers”!

I don’t know about you, but tomatoes and strawberries recently have lost their sweetness and flavor.

With mass production that is aimed at quantity, not quality, chemical fertilizers, and the use of unnatural pesticides, our food is becoming like plastic. Ok, that might be a little dramatic, but in all seriousness, what is happening to our produce?

With all of the readily available information out there about the harm and danger of eating pesticide-laden foods, one would think they would stop using these chemical pesticides and fertilizers!

There are natural pesticides and organic fertilizers that could be taken advantage of, but they aren’t. Shouldn’t organic food be the norm and not the minority?

We don’t need to inject our produce with unnatural things to preserve them or make them grow to crazy large scales, but yet these mass food producers are. And with so few organic farms out there, the prices are more expensive.

The reason is as simple as supply and demand. There is less produce grown organically compared to the demand of the product, therefore, the prices are higher than mass-produced non-organic options.

I’m sure these large scale food producers have explanations to these questions and concerns but are they satisfying answers? Are they enough for you to keep eating the flavorless fruit and vegetables?

Since buying organic is more expensive, what is an alternative? How can we save money and still eat foods that we can feel good about?

Simple! Start growing your own food!

But, if you’re living in an RV, tiny home, or even an apartment… how can you grow your own produce?

Well with today’s technology and a little knowledge of what each plant needs, I think it’s more doable now more than ever!

You can start your very own indoor/outdoor mobile garden!

If you would like to start learning how to garden check out my sister in law’s Youtube Channel “Life on our Micro Farm”! She’s been gardening for years now! Show her some support and subscribe to her channel! 😊

But before you check it out (I will provide another link at the end), here are some tips on how you can start your own mobile indoor/outdoor garden today, plus a list of plants you can start growing indoors.

What does organic mean?

First, let’s describe what it means when something is ‘organic’.

According to USDA.gov, Organic produce is grown in soil that has not been contaminated with any synthetic fertilizers or chemical pesticides.

That is not to say they have never had any type of fertilizer or pesticide but the types that have been used on them are organic and approved for organic gardening.

I don’t know about you, but I would rather have my produce grown organically.

Benefits of growing your own produce indoors

Now that we know what “organic” means, lets dive into the benefits of growing your own produce rather than buying from the store.

  • The number one benefit is it will save you money! If you’re someone who enjoys eating salads (Like Me), then growing your own lettuce year-round is a money saver!
  • The number two reason for growing your own produce is because you will have fresh food year round. You don’t have to worry about your lettuce wilting because it will be continuously growing. We will talk more about growing lettuce later.
  • The number three reason to grow your own produce is you will have control over the kind of soil, pesticides, or any chemicals placed on your plants. When you’re growing inside, you actually don’t have to use any kind of pesticides or chemicals.

These sound like three amazing reasons to start your very own indoor mini garden.

What you will need to grow your produce indoors

Growing plants do require some special soil and planters.

  1. Organic Indoor Soil (Check each type of plant you choose for what is best)
  2. Planters or wall planters that have good drainage capabilities
  3. A self grower with fluorescent lights (Optional depending on the amount of sunlight you get inside)
  4. Non-GMO/Organic Germinated Seeds
  5. Spray bottle for watering

Ways to Grow a Mini Garden inside your RV Camper or Apartment

  1. Purchase an indoor grower with fluorescent lights or a hydroponics system. This will allow you to have very minimal upkeep and give you the ability to place your plants anywhere in your home or RV.
  1. If not using grow lights, position your plants per their sunlight requirement in the windows of your RV or apartment. Our Dining table sits where we get the morning sun perfectly. Any plants that need that morning sun will do perfectly by sitting on our table. Some plants don’t require a lot of sun exposure and can be hung on the walls in planters.

Before you start planting your Mini Garden…

Before you start planting, you really need to figure out what type of vegetables and fruits you will eat. There is no sense in planting spinach if you never eat spinach.

Living in an RV means being purposeful with space, so growing what is eaten regularly is key.

Types of Plants and Indoor Growing Tips

Mini-Garden Herbs


Cilantro is a herb that is commonly used in Hispanic and Asian Cuisine. If you love making salsa or tacos, for example, then having fresh cilantro growing is beneficial.

  • Soil: Mix of Indoor planting soil and sand for drainage.
  • Pot: 8 inches deep is recommended because cilantro develops a deep taproot like carrots.
  • Light: Full sun 4 to 5 hours a day preferably morning sun.
  • Water: Cilantro needs to be watered thoroughly with water draining out. When grown indoors, it needs to be watered when the soil is dry to touch.

You can learn more about how to grow cilantro here.


Rosemary is one of my favorite herbs to cook with. I love adding good garlic and rosemary to my chicken or steak. The flavor is just delicious!

  • Soil: Two parts sterilized potting soil and one part sand
  • Pot: 3.5 inches in diameter and depth
  • Light: Minimum of 6 hours of direct sunlight
  • Water: Thoroughly water but do not allow the soil to become soggy. 2 inches on top of the soil can be dry and rosemary will thrive.

To learn more about how to plant and care for rosemary, click here. 


Parsely is another great herb to grow indoors and is used is a variety of dishes. I like to top my eggs with a little bit of parsley in the mornings.

  • Soil: Same as other herbs. Good Indoor soil with easy drainage capabilities.
  • Pot: Needs a pot with good drainage
  • Light: 6 to 8 hours of direct south sunlight (if possible).
  • Water: Regularly water to keep the soil moist but not soggy and don’t let the soil sit-in water.

If you would like to know more on growing parsley indoors, click here.


Basil is a very popular herb that is used in a variety of dishes. Italian dishes are the most popular cuisine that you will use basil.

  • Soil: Nutrient-rich soil that’s easy for water to drain through
  • Pot: Choose a pot with good drainage.
  • Light: 6 hours of sunlight to grow properly. If using fluorescent lights, it needs 10-12 hours a day.
  • Water: Keep basil hydrated. Usually, twice a week is a good amount of watering

You can learn more about how to plant and care for basil indoors here.


Mint is an easy herb to plant and is low-maintenance. You can use mint in a variety of foods and drinks including ice cream or mint juleps.

  • Soil: Indoor soil is perfect but doesn’t pack the soil because mint needs the soil to drain easily.
  • Pot: Choose a wide pot for better results with drainage holes
  • Light: Morning sun and partial afternoon light are key.
  • Water: Every 2 to 3 days. Keep the soil moist

If you would like to know how to plant and keep a mint herb thriving, you can learn more here. 

Mini-Garden Vegetables


If you love making salads as I do, then having fresh lettuce growing year-round is so beneficial. Here are some quick tips to grow your own indoors.

  • Soil: Indoor Seed Starting Soil
  • Pot: Choose a post size that is 4 to 6 inches both width and depth
  • Light: Direct Sunlight or Fluorescent light
  • Water: Water when the lettuce wilts. Do not overwater or let soil soak.

If you’d like to learn more about how you can start growing lettuce, check it out here.


Kale is a great choice to grow alongside your lettuce. Many people like to grow these types of vegetables in hydroponic systems because they make caring for lettuce, kale, and tomatoes much easier.

  • Soil: Indoor growing mixture
  • Pot: Good Drainage with 12 inches deep and wide preferably for growth
  • Light: Needs 4 hours of sunlight or 6 under florescent
  • Water: Needs just enough water to moisten the soil. Do not water Log the plant

You can check out more details on how to start a seedling and grow kale indoors here.


Just another salad green that is so good for you! This plant is a great one to plant in the hydroponic system too.

  • Soil: Quality organic indoor potting mix
  • Pot: 6-8 inches deep and wide or you can use smaller pots for each seed
  • Light: Doesn’t need much light and enjoys the morning sun
  • Water: Keep the soil moist but never soggy. Overwatering can lead to fungus

Learn how to grow spinach indoors in a pot from a seedling here.


I LOVE Tomatoes! Having fresh homegrown tomatoes year round sounds amazing! Plus, there are so many different types of tomatoes you can choose from like grape tomatoes.

  • Soil: Good Quality organic soil and fertlize every week.
  • Pot: At least 12 inches deep
  • Light: Requires a lot of light. If you don’t get a lot of light in a window, then this is the plant to use in the hydronic system.
  • Water: Maintain a moisture soil base

To learn more about growing tomatoes indoors, check out more here.



Perfect for RV’s or Tiny living because they are a no fuss kind of vegetable. They usually take 21-23 days to grow until harvest. Radishes are perfect for salads.

  • Soil: Any organic indoor potting soil
  • Pot: 6 inches deep with great drainage to prevent root rot
  • Light: Needs a lot of light 6 – 8 hours a day preferably
  • Water: Don’t let them dry out. Water often and keep the soil moist, not soggy.

To learn more about growing radishes click here.

Mini-Garden Fruit


Strawberries are amazing to eat organically and even better when you grow them yourself. The Alpine Strawberry plant is the best suited for indoor growth. They usually flower and produce twice a year, so although it may not be a constant access to strawberries, it’s wonderful to have fresh strawberries in season.

  • Soil: Indoor Organic soil mix
  • Pot: They have a shallow root system, so Strawberries can be planted in any pot of choice with good drainage.
  • Light: 4-6 hours per day
  • Water: Daily during growing seaso. They love waer but not too much. Don’t over water and cause the soil to become soggy.

To learn more about growing strawberries indoors as a houseplant, click here.

Final Thoughts

Growing a mini garden inside your RV, Tiny home, or Apartment is definitely doable! To have fresh greens growing year-round to enjoy will not only benefit your health but also pocketbook.

I hope this has inspired you to grow a mini garden. Even if it’s just a few herbs or plants inside a hydroponic system, that’s alone is amazing!

If you want to learn more about starting your own garden, don’t forget to check out my sister-in-laws Youtube channel called “Life on our Micro Farm“! Follow, Subscribe and comment/like her videos (See I told you I would give you another link 🙂 )

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RV Wallpaper | How to use peel & stick wallpaper to transform your Camper

RV Wallpaper | How to use peel & stick wallpaper to transform your Camper

RV Wallpaper | So many RVer’s and even home interior designers are embracing a new style and bringing back wallpaper.

For years the idea of wallpaper was a tacky way to decorate because the patterns available were not pleasing.

Well, that was then!

Now, it’s become a great way to add texture, patterns, and character to any space.

Wallpaper has also come a long way with availability to patterns.

Here is some ways you can add wallpaper in your camper to spruce up your campers interior.

Can you use Peel and Stick wallpaper in an RV?

Absolutely, YES!

We used a shiplap peel and stick wallpaper in our RV Bathroom.

Now, the wallpaper we used was white, so we decided to paint the wall ‘white’ before adding the wallpaper.

Just so you know, our walls were beige vinyl before painting them. I noticed when I tried to add the white shiplap wallpaper, the color of the wallpaper become faded. So by painting the wall first, allowing it to dry, then adding the wallpaper allowed the colors to be true.

Tip: Clean your walls before adding the peel and stick wallpaper to ensure the paper sticks and there is no dust. 

Quick note: You can also use an extra spray adhesive for an extra stick (if you don’t plan on removing it). Sometimes if you store your RV, the heat could cause the paper to peel. Although this has not happened to me, I have heard of it happening. 

Can you wallpaper over the RV wallpaper?

This depends on if your wallpaper is a strip or covers the whole wall. If you have a wallpaper strip, it is best to remove that strip from the wall first. The reason being is so you don’t have any uneven lines in your new wallpaper.

Tip: Make sure your walls are smooth before application of new wallpaper

Does Peel And Stick Wallpaper come off easily?

The simple answer is YES! Compared to traditional wallpaper or paint; peel and stick wallpaper is easy to remove and leaves little to no residue.
Peel and Stick Wallpaper is also a better option because it’s quick and easy to install. Plus, the application and clean up are super easy compared to traditional wallpaper. There is no sticky glue or messy paint to deal with.

How to use Peel and Stick Wallpaper

I feel like using the peel and stick wallpaper is super easy. You just have to make sure you have the right tools in order to keep air bubbles from accumulating under the paper.

You’ll want to get a wallpaper tool kit to help you measure, cut, and smooth it out once you apply it to the walls.

I love using the peel and stick wallpaper because you don’t have to deal with the sticky and messy glue.

Applying the peel and stick wallpaper is easy!

  1. Measure the piece of wall
  2. Measure the paper
  3. Cut accordingly
  4. Peel off the backing
  5. Stick on the wall slowly while applying pressure from the smoothing tool to release the air bubbles.

15 RV Wallpaper Ideas to get you started

Credit: @exploringnewsights | This is our Bathroom!

In Conclusion

I hope this information and inspiring wallpaper ideas have helped.

Wallpaper is back!

Use it as ways to highlight a wall or add your own beautiful style in your RV.

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