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5 DIY RV Renovation Ideas That Won’t Break the Bank

Owning an RV is only half the fun. The goal is to spend time there. For many, that also means making it something they want to spend time in. Whether you’re traveling across the country or want to turn your RV into a home away from home, adding a personal touch will make the experience that much more enjoyable.

It’s not a new concept. People everywhere are tackling VR DIYs. Here are five DIY RV renovation ideas that won’t break the bank and will up the fun of your next RV trip and make it more enjoyable.

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1. Put some paint on it

It’s often surprising how much a little paint on the walls can transform any space. Whether you want to darken the color or lighten the area, it can give the whole space a completely different feel. Even coming back with the same color can make it look better, brighter, cleaner and more perfect.

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In your home, it is recommended to paint every three to five years to keep it looking good. Your RV deserves the same TLC. Even better, you decide what colors you want on the walls, which can make it a space you like to spend more time in.

2. Customize the furniture

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If you have an old RV or feel the need to reupholster old furniture, it might be time to rethink your couch and chairs. Older RVs sometimes have ugly furniture and more. You can change everything without breaking the bank, especially if you’re willing to be frugal with it.

Thanks to the popularity of tiny homes, furniture is now beautiful, space-saving and functional. By upgrading and choosing furniture that suits you and the space it’s in, you’ll feel more comfortable no matter where you end up traveling on your next vacation.

3. Add a backsplash to your kitchen as a DIY RV renovation

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One DIY RV option is to add a backsplash to your kitchen. Virtually every home improvement store now has an affordable peel and stick backsplash that can brighten up any area and make cleaning easier. It’s also easy to install since most RV kitchens are smaller. According to Outdoorsy, you should be able to complete this DIY RV project in about an hour.

4. Replace curtains and decorate your space

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Your RV is a place you should love to be. For many RV owners, having a personal touch is the key to success. Books you love, photos of loved ones, and other decorative touches will quickly make you feel like home. You have to keep in mind that anything that hangs or sits on a table can fall. Therefore, a good idea is to use stickers, perhaps from your travels, as wall art.

To further increase your comfort, you can also consider adding curtains. By adding or replacing your curtains, you improve the comfort of your RV. It will feel a little more like home, making it a little easier for you to relax.

5. Makeover your counters

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Besides a small kitchen, there are usually very few counters. What this means for you is that this DIY RV renovation idea will be easy to undertake. If you prefer to cut costs and avoid buying real countertops, you can find countertop paint. All you have to do for this is tape along the wall or your backsplash, and paint some granite, concrete, etc.

Final Thoughts About Remodeling Your DIY RV

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Undertaking an RV renovation is very different from renovating your home. It’s much easier and more affordable than you might think. It will also allow you to enjoy the freedom of the roads in a space that is entirely yours.

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