Most RVs come with a plain interior. Here are some simple ways that you can make your camper feel more like home.
If you just have a simple roof vent in your RV, here’s how you can add a cheap 12V fan to it for better air circulation.
Burro fiberglass trailers are lightweight campers that tend to retain their value over time. Finding older trailers to clean up and restore can also be a fun project that keeps these unique campers alive.
If you plan to work out of your RV, you’re going to want a designated work area. Unfortunately, not many RVs come with an office, so you’ll have to get creative.
This inexpensive DIY paper towel holder was for a fiberglass trailer, but it can work for anyone who doesn’t want to drill holes in their RV kitchen.
Aluminum foil and plastic wrap are annoying to get out of drawers and they take up valuable space. This inexpensive RV mod will make them easier to access.
If you’re not using the storage area under your RV bed, you can easily modify the space into a comfy sleeping area for your pet.
Contrary to popular belief, not all RV owners use the shower or toilet in their RV—making room for other options.
Keep your RV slide-outs and windows as good as new with this new rubber seal conditioner from 3-In-One.
Are you looking to update an older RV or give your new rig some character? These ideas will have your motorhome or trailer feeling like home in no time.