Do you decorate inside your camper?

PaHunter

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I like your decorations but, as an Appalachian State fan, I had a hard time pressing the like button. :rolleyes1
That was made for me by my mother, she made me curtains, and that was the leftover material. She is a West Virginia fan.
 

shawn mazzerle

Earning My Ears
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Oct 26, 2017
Hi all! We are back from Fort Wilderness and had a great time. Next time, though, we will stay longer and build in more park-free days to enjoy the Fort. Anyway, one of the things we enjoyed at the Fort was riding our bikes and looking at everyone's rigs. Many of the campsites were decorated on the outside and we enjoyed seeing the decorations. That got me wondering if anyone decorates their RV's inside, Disney or otherwise? We have a brand new travel trailer. I love the clean lines inside but it is very neutral and I would like to add some fun and color with rugs, pillows, artwork, etc. Do you decorate inside your camper? The only pictures I have been able to find of decorated campers/RV on pinterest are mostly vintage campers that have been renovated. Those are cool but I would like to see modern campers that are spiced up a little! I really want to make our camper feel like our second home. Anyone care to share pictures of things you may have done to make your camper feel more homey?
 

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Patience

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Tee hee hee, Shawn Mazzerle, the sign above your sofa! I like the blue as an accent color and my husband likes the skull filled with... sweet tea, right? :D
 
  • shawn mazzerle

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    Tee hee hee, Shawn Mazzerle, the sign above your sofa! I like the blue as an accent color and my husband likes the skull filled with... sweet tea, right? :D
    Um, yeah. Tea. Actually, our idea for the bar area was something we always admired from movies where someone would offer a drink in a crystal decanter. Old school, but classic. I made the sign to match the mat.
     

    Patience

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    See, that's the kind thing I want to have in our travel trailer. I want it to feel like home and I want there to be a few touches here and there that don't feel like camping, at least on the inside of the camper. I want art work, family pictures, comfy throws, soft rugs, and things like your bar that just add to our comfort and enjoyment. I know it has to be on a small scale but I have started accumulating some things. I will post a few pictures when I'm done. Our camper is at the dealership right now becuase the microwave was acting a little wonky during our trip to Fort Wilderness and they are replacing it.
     
  • shawn mazzerle

    Earning My Ears
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    See, that's the kind thing I want to have in our travel trailer. I want it to feel like home and I want there to be a few touches here and there that don't feel like camping, at least on the inside of the camper. I want art work, family pictures, comfy throws, soft rugs, and things like your bar that just add to our comfort and enjoyment. I know it has to be on a small scale but I have started accumulating some things. I will post a few pictures when I'm done. Our camper is at the dealership right now becuase the microwave was acting a little wonky during our trip to Fort Wilderness and they are replacing it.
    Our idea is that this is our Dream Vacation room, so every thing, for the camper, is over the top, but unique from home.
    See, that's the kind thing I want to have in our travel trailer. I want it to feel like home and I want there to be a few touches here and there that don't feel like camping, at least on the inside of the camper. I want art work, family pictures, comfy throws, soft rugs, and things like your bar that just add to our comfort and enjoyment. I know it has to be on a small scale but I have started accumulating some things. I will post a few pictures when I'm done. Our camper is at the dealership right now becuase the microwave was acting a little wonky during our trip to Fort Wilderness and they are replacing it.
    I can't wait to see the pictures. But actually we went the other way, we want the camper to be almost alien to what we have at home. We want it to be our dream vacation away from home, different colors, towels, sheet styles, toys. Jen bought me a $250 chef knife set that stays in the RV. Grill only for camping.
     

    Patience

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    Our idea is that this is our Dream Vacation room, so every thing, for the camper, is over the top, but unique from home.

    I can't wait to see the pictures. But actually we went the other way, we want the camper to be almost alien to what we have at home. We want it to be our dream vacation away from home, different colors, towels, sheet styles, toys. Jen bought me a $250 chef knife set that stays in the RV. Grill only for camping.
    I guess I should have said "feel homey" instead of "feel like home". I am using red as the primary accent color in the camper and I do not have one iota of red in our house but it feels bright and cheery in the camper. I do want the camper to have a vacation vibe.
     
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    rideswithchrist

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    That is why our popup is so colorful, I wanted something fun that was different from home. We are looking for a TT Though and I plan on decorating it to make it feel like a vacation home too, and we are toying with the idea of renting it out, so I want something unique too.
     

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