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By Nikki Allen
Looking for ways to spruce up your RV without breaking the bank? We've done some research to find some of the best RV hacks and DIY projects to upgrade your RV and add some character while still being functional.
Don’t be afraid to add pops of color to decorate the inside of your RV. Your RV is your home on wheels, so why not spruce it up with some color or patterns? Whether it’s painting a wall, reupholstering some cushions or hanging some bright curtains, the options are endless! Visit this site for inspiration.
Keep track of small items with Velcro strips and hooks. Things like remotes, car keys, kitchen utensils and more can easily get lost in your RV. Make your life simpler by attaching Velcro strips to hang remotes on the wall, or hanging 3M hooks to keep keys and utensils off tables and counters and out of the way.
Create a personalized photo map to hang in your RV! Purchase a map and add photos in the shapes of each state you visit. The pictures will help you remember the activities you did in each state, as well as serve as a bucket list to track your travels. See the step-by-step tutorial here.
Upgrade your RV appliances to stainless steel… with contact paper! Take your old looking, but still functioning appliances from drab to fab by making them stainless. It’s much easier on your wallet and still looks just as great! Here are the simple steps to follow.
Hang wicker baskets for additional storage in your bathroom. Shop for light-weight wicker baskets, then hang with the opening facing out to stack different sized towels rolled up and out of the way.
Make a spice rack with old Tic-Tac containers. Never run out of spices or have them falling all over your cabinet again. With this tutorial, you can learn how to fill and label the containers to ensure you’ll have all the spices you need to make delicious recipes on the road!
Upcycle your empty coffee containers for decorative storage. Grab some spray paint in your favorite color and a few chalkboard stickers to label what you decide to put in them. Follow all of the steps here.