Whether you’ve just inherited your very own caravan, or you’ve been a motorhome enthusiast for quite some time, this article is aimed at those looking to refit their homes on wheels. Refitting a caravan is an exciting process, and something that, with a little patience, you’ll be able to pull off with panache. This will enable your caravan to look great, but also work practically, too. After all, you’re trying to save space and maximize efficiency in a small space.
Read on for three key caravan decor tips in 2020.
Whenever your caravan was made, and however it’s been subsequently fitted, it’s more than likely that your motorhome is currently looking a little cluttered. Maybe there are hundreds of cupboards and drawers, or maybe, rather than being comfortable and laid-back, you’re feeling cramped and claustrophobic with the space inside. The clear impetus, if this is the case, is to declutter.
You can read all about decluttering caravans by reading through De-Clutter Your Caravan: 10 Amazing Interior Caravan Storage Ideas; but you may also find it useful to consider how to get rid of furniture. If you’re looking to make as much space as possible in the interior of your caravan, don’t be scared of ripping out a cupboard or two in the name of space, and repainting the area behind it in the hue of your choosing.
Even if you’re not feeling very cramped inside your caravan, the only furniture and interior decor items that you’re likely to consider are those that are petite, or space-saving. While it can be quite difficult to imagine how to save space when you need to include features such as beds, mattresses, tables and chairs in your motorhome, you’ll be surprised at the innovation and inspiration you can find on the Internet.
Just head to one of the artistic and creative blogs and platforms on the web to see what’s out there. There’s everything you can imagine, like beds that sink to become part of the floor, and sofas that hang from the roof. They look innovative, they save space, and they exude the cool that good design tends to ooze.
Your motorhome on wheels could become your palace on wheels, if you follow this particular tip. If you’ve always wanted your home away from home to feel a little regal, then you should look into fitting it with all of the antique items of furniture that you’re currently missing, be it writing desks, ornate chairs, or even a chandelier.
Why not? After all, it’s the interior of your caravan, and if you are able to rip out all of the outdated furniture that it currently contains, you’ll discover enough space to do what you want with the interior of your home on wheels. Just ensure that you nail down new items of furniture to avoid catastrophes when you get on the road.
There you have it: three exciting tips to get your caravan refitted and redesigned in 2020.