I’m thrilled to be joining the Seasonal Simplicity Home Tour today to share my Christmas decor in our RV! Be sure to click on the links at the bottom to visit each of the other homes on our tour today! A special welcome if you are stopping by after visiting Summer Adams. *Originally posted December 7, 2018
Christmas Decor in the Camper
Welcome to my Christmas Home Tour – Camper edition! I was so excited to decorate this spot for Christmas and I just had to share it with you. This is the 5th camper we have purchased in the past few years and fixed up. They have each been a labor of love, and the only thing that keeps me motivated is the dream of enjoying the end project as a family!
Find all my camper renovation posts here: Camper Renovating
I love the warm, cozy feel of these flocked trees, lights, plaid blankets, pillows and the little fireplace heater. In my last trailer, we had found a small, wall mountable electric fireplace. This RV didn’t have the wall space, but this little unit from the Home Depot works great. It provides an electric heat option instead of using gas, and it looks cute!
Before and After
Now, before I go on, I think I need to share a before picture of this space for you to fully appreciate how amazing it really looks. I’ll be sharing more before and after posts in the near future. With everything going on, I’ve fallen behind in sharing all the finished touches. If you follow me on instagram you may have seen the progress in my stories!
Go here to see the whole story that I saved in my highlights: 90’s RV Insta Stories
Now, what’s going through your head?
If you’re thinking there is no way on earth you would step foot inside this RV let alone, sleep in it… well, I’m right there with you.
This camper was the stuff of nightmares (which, oddly enough, has been the case for most of my trailer renos). I stripped this baby down and dragged out anything made of fabric; including the mattress, curtains, carpet and valances. It took about a month of almost full-time work to get her where she was usable. There is still a lot of work left and things on my to-do list, but that will have to wait until the Spring!
Get the Look
The kitchen area has some of my favorite details. Here are a few links to find the products I used:
- Stick-On Jewel Tile Backsplash
- Peel N Stick Wallpaper
- Unbreakable Wine Glasses
- Wine Glass Hanger
- Pour Over Coffee Pot
- Get Cozy Sign (Hobby Lobby)
- Towels (IKEA)
- Electric Fireplace
- Bottle Opener
- Trees (Michaels)
Here is a BEFORE picture of the kitchen, for side-by-side comparison!
Thanks for stopping by!
The next home on our tour today belongs to Krista, the Happy Housie.
Be sure to visit her home and say “hi” for me!