An easy way to immediately add some style to your RV is to upgrade your lighting. Any electrician would be able to help you properly outfit your space; however, you can also do it yourself using plug-in fixtures like the one pictured here. This pretty sconce immediately elevates the space while also providing a convenient light for nighttime reading.
2: Use Lots of Textiles + Pillows
If you don’t have the budget to reupholster all of the cushions in your RV, you can bring in some additional textiles and pillows to do the heavy lifting. These mud cloth pillows bring in a distinctly boho-chic vibe and help amp up the coziness factor. In addition to pillows, you can use throws or even colorful pieces of fabric when styling your space.
3: Wallpaper is Your Friend, OK?
An Airstream, trailer or RV is the perfect spot to experiment with wallpaper. Blogger Mandi Gubler from Vintage Revivals uses a bright yellow wallpaper in her small vintage trailer that she’s nicknamed “The Nugget.” Paired with her pink cushions, vintage accessories and textiles, this little nook in her trailer looks like it could easily be a spot in someone’s house.
4: Get Sneaky With Storage
Storage space is always at a premium in RVs, so you may need to get creative … and sneaky. You’d never know it, but bulky winter sweaters and coats are hidden in these fluffy “pillows.” Steal this idea to help store soft goods including clothing, linens, towels or even kids’ stuffed animals.
5: Create Your Own “Backyard”
While many people tend to embrace the vintage vibe when thinking of decorating their Airstreams, you definitely don’t have to. This trailer is a great example of how you can make a dark and moody design style work well in a tiny space. Black cabinetry, mirrors and simple accessories help to create a sleek, modern and completely unexpected space.
Reitman, Erica. “Take Your Camper Up a Notch With These Must-Try Design Ideas.” HGTV, HGTV, 17 Sept. 2018, www.hgtv.com/design-blog/outdoors/stylish-trailers-and-rvs.