Either your RV is your home, or it’s your home away from home. In either event, it simply won’t do to buy your RV from ExploreUSA and then just leave it as is. Making your RV your own is one of the most rewarding parts of being an RVer in the first place. If your RV still looks like it just rolled off the factory lot, here are a few ideas to make it more personal:
Expanding the Bedroom
If you don’t mind a little less room in the living area, a little more room in the bedroom might make your RV just right if you like a comfy, spacious expanse of soft, white mattress to sleep on. Many RVs come with a twin bed because it saves space, but it’s not always a comfortable arrangement if you’re a couple or just like to spread out. Shop around for a comfy queen or king mattress to make an easy fix to the bedroom area.
Flying Your Flag
If you don’t know how to draw, you can find some cool clip art online, and if you don’t know how to sew, you can have a flag printed out for you for very little money at a print shop. Whether you want to go with a skull and crossbones or a friendly American flag, flying your colors off of you ship can help to give your RV a sense of identity and really drive home the adventurous aura of the RV lifestyle.
Painting the Walls
The tricky thing about painting an RV’s interior is that it might be decked out in wood paneling or some similar glossy material, which will require sanding down, so this may wind up being a tricky proposition and sometimes it just makes more sense to replace the paneling with something you like. If you plan on spending a lot of time in your RV, though, then this is more than worth the effort. Whether it’s your permanent house or just your house on wheels, personalizing your RV can turn it into a real home.
Looking to customize or even purchase a new RV? Come see us at one of our eight ExploreUSA RV locations today to see our extensive inventory of both new and used RVs. With so many options, there is sure to be one that fits your lifestyle–and budget–perfectly.
How have you customized your rig? Let us know in the comments below!