HERE’S A GUIDE ON HOW YOU CAN MAKE YOUR RV FEEL MORE LIKE A HOME THAN A CAMPER
The RV is a popular choice for the adventurers out there. But sometimes, people wish their RVs could feel more like home than a reminder of being away from home. This Moving House designed a camper van called the Jubel Explorer. From this design, we can share with you some tips on how you can make your RV feel like an extension of your actual home.
Use materials the contrast the already industrial feel of the RV
Wood as a material provides a serene feeling of warmth and coziness. Using this natural material can provide a much-needed contrast to the cold and metallic feel of an RV.
Go for colors that are easy on the eyes
A home is there for you to relax in. In the Jubel Explorer, the use of wood textures and white colors create a light and relaxing sight for your eyes.
Put emphasis on the home in your mobile home
Design your RV as a home. Don’t be afraid to apply design choices you believe can only work on permanent homes. For the Jubel Explorer, it was designed to feel more like a tiny home.
Feel free to integrate the concept of multi-functionality into your RV. Here, they designed the front seats to swivel making them act as seats for the small dining area. Hidden storage areas are built under the main bed and the stairs for clothes and other items.
In the end, don’t be afraid to experiment. Look for what would really make your RV truly feel like your home.
Built on a long wheelbase Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, the van features Richens’s now signature pod bunks. Unlike other bunk beds that are open and seem too industrial, these beds are stacked on top of each other and enclosed to create two delightful sleeping nooks.
A diesel heater keeps the cabin toasty at night, and an 80-liter water tank and a 110ah and 12volt electrical system powers the rest of the van.
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