5 RV Interiors to Inspire Your Next Summer Road Trip

Natasha Ero | 23 May 2022 | RV

National Road Trip day is approaching, and hopping in an RV is one of the most popular ways to see the country right now. Before packing up the kids and the camper, we're sharing 5 of our favorite RV interiors to leave you inspired to hit the open road.

1. Bright & Airy Interior

Aerial view of RV interior

We've seen tiny homes and RVs surge in popularity during the pandemic. Countless Youtube and TikTok creators have gained massive online followings documenting their life on the road.

Van life is a cost effective way to live while getting the opportunity to see different parts of the country. RVs typically range between $10,000 and $300,000. Whether you're a longtime RV'er or looking for RVs for sale, there are a few things to consider when replacing your RV blinds.

RVs can get hot fairly quickly if they're not properly insulated. Covering windows is a great way to increase efficiency and keep your rig cool.

Solar shades are one of our top picks for RV window coverings, because they block UV rays and reflect heat while bringing in light to keep the RV cool and comfortable. Cellular shades make another great choice for RVs, because they hold in the conditioned air already inside the camper.

Aerial view of Lake Eklutna in Church State Park

2. Play Around With Prints

Who says the shades inside your RV have to be boring? Tap into your artistic side and experiment with colorful prints and patterns to make your road trip even more enjoyable. Whether geometric shapes are more your style or you love the look of soft, floral patterns, we have over 100 new Roman Shade fabrics to choose from.

Gray sofa with white pillows inside an RV. There are Premium Decorative Roller Shades on the windows.

There is a gray sofa with a woven basket beside it. There is a cozy white blanket inside the basket.

Pictured: Premier Decorative Roller Shades. Photos via @thedailyduffys.

It's important to keep in mind the windows on RVs are specialty size, so unfortunately standard window coverings will not fit. At Blinds.com, we make custom window treatments to fit any size window, whether you have a Class A, B, or C recreational vehicle.

So all you have to worry about is which destination you're headed to next. Yellowstone National Park, anyone?

Yellowstone National Park

3. Bring The Outside In

This tiny kitchen is on our list of favorite RV interiors, because we're loving how the Woven Wood shades add natural texture while opening up the space. If you're a self-proclaimed lover of Mother Nature, there's no greater feeling than bringing the beauty of the outdoors inside your camper.

Kitchen with woven wood shades inside of RV

Pictured: Woven Wood Shades in Montego Flint. Photo via @toshcohomestore.

Aerial view of Big Sur, California

4. Classic + Contemporary

Natural light is abundant when living on a campsite. But when it's time to unwind for the day and block out light, Blackout Vinyl Roller Shades offer much needed privacy and darkness when it's time to rest. To give your space a modern feel, add touches of black and white decor around the RV to accent your Roller Shades.

RV Interior with Economy Blackout Vinyl Roller Shades

Pictured: Economy Blackout Vinyl Roller Shades in Black. Photo via @campingfern.

Gray sofa placed in front of a window with economy blackout roller shades

Pictured: Economy Blackout Roller Shades in Reminiscent Black. Photo via @dozerco.

5. Brown Is The New Black

Durable, functional, and dependable. If you're more concerned about your destination and less about your window coverings, Faux Wood Blinds will get the job done.

It can get humid quickly in tight spaces, and faux wood blinds are warp and fade-resistant, making them a great choice for RV's. Besides being easy to clean and smooth to the touch, their neutral color palette is guaranteed to go well with your RV's interior.

Dark brown faux wood blinds inside an RV

Pictured: 1" Faux Wood Blinds in Dark Walnut.

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What Do You Think?

Now that you've seen our top 5 RV interiors, which one stands out to you? Let us know your thoughts! Join the conversation over on our Instagram @blindsdotcom. Also be sure to follow us on Pinterest for endless RV interior inspiration.

  • About Author

    Natasha Ero is a Social Media Marketer for Blinds.com. She is a native Houstonian and proud graduate of the University of Houston and the High School for the Performing and Visual Arts. In her free time, she enjoys trying out the latest workout classes and the newest restaurants in town. Follow her on Twitter + Instagram at @natashaerotv