Decorating a tiny space can be challenging when there are storage and space constraints posed. Whether you’re going big with your decorations for the holiday season, or keeping things minimal, these unique designs from real RVers will give you inspiration to keep Christmas alive while on the road.
Decorate Your RV Terrace
Dreaming of a winter wonderland this season, but stuck somewhere that doesn’t snow? Flock a mini-tree, and create a blizzard in your front ‘yard’.
Be the showstopper at the RV park with all-out decorations on your lawn. We’re loving this creative awning by Argosy Odyssey, complete with replica saguaros lit up for a desert holiday theme.
Add An Ornament Nook
Have yourself a merry little Christmas, without hogging all of the floor space in your rig. Create a simple nook with various ornaments to add Christmas cheer that doesn’t make you stumble on your way to the kitchen.
The pine cones add an additional texture to these nooks, creating a unique look with elements from the great outdoors.
Stockings are a must during the Christmas season. Whether you have a fireplace or not, sticking a couple of stockings to the wall will be sure to add some holiday spirit in your home-on-wheels.
This design by Fifth_Wheel_Living is so charming, it hardly looks like an RV!
Find A Mini Tree
It will begin to look a lot like Christmas with a tree in place. Charlie Brown knew what he was doing with his mini tree – and we think you should follow suit to save space, and add that homey touch in your rig.
Check out this ‘skinny’ tree! With all the height of a regular sized tree sans the bulkiness, it’s hard to find an excuse not to pick one up!
Your decor doesn’t have to be isolated to the typical ‘red and green’ color scheme! Brighten things up for an inventive aesthetic.
Make some simple decorations that won’t break the bank, and that’ll bring some natural elements into your RV. You can even get free Christmas tree trimmings from the Home Depot or Lowes to add the scent of piney goodness in your home-on-wheels.
If bringing your rig into a parking lot to grab the trimmings gives you major holiday heartache, opt for something simple that you can find without the trip to the store. Home While We Roam added some simple greenery and mini ornaments to their wooden decor, making it perfectly festive and simple.
If you are looking for the perfect menorah that won’t take up space after the holidays are over, look no further than the fallen branch from the tree outside. Drill a few holes and add some candles to create the perfect mobile piece! You can leave it behind when you move sites.
Create A Centerpiece
Dine right with a cute centerpiece. It’ll make your easy RV Christmas dinner feel much more intimate with your loved ones.
Take a few of the tree trimmings and add them to the place settings.
Hang A Wreath
Whether store bought or made, wreaths are a perfect addition to add some holiday spirit without taking up precious space.
Think outside the box and get creative to make a wreath-inspired ornament!
Put Up Lights
Keep things merry and bright, and hang some faerie lights. These twinkly additions will give you all the feels.
Garland is both functional and beautiful, adding a gorgeous smell while amplifying Christmas warmth in your RV.
Tack up some garland outside your door for an inviting entryway.
Whether it’s your first Christmas in your RV, or you’re just looking for some new inspiration, adding some bold decorations to your rig can make all the difference during the holidays.
If you don’t have the space to take the various ornaments on the road with you, be sure to donate them after the holidays are over.
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