Just choose one of the 6 Best Color Schemes for your RV if you don’t know how to start and are uncertain what will fit best to your Camper. You can also take the Mini-Course “How to pick the right color scheme for your RV” which helps you to decide on the right wall color.
You are at a loss about how to update your Camper? It looks a little dull and you want to make it look prettier, but you don’t know how?
You don’t know
- what colors would work in your camper
- should you go light or more neutral with your interior colors?
- colorful or rather a farmhouse style?
There are many different color options you can use in your RV. Most of the updates I see are white on white. Well, I like it a little different.
But you have to feel comfortable inside your RV and you decide what you are going to update.
Do you only want to paint the walls or also the cabinets and doors? If you decide on updating all of the interiors then selecting the right color scheme makes all the difference.
The only thing you actually know about your Camper is that you don’t like it brown and dull inside. Well, that is a start, then just pick one of the mood boards:
6 Best Color Schemes for your RV/Camper/Motorhome
In case you have no idea what to do, here are some examples for you:
Number 1 – fits well for big Motorhomes, 5th Wheeler
Want to keep your brown cabinets and your brown couch, but want to brighten it up a little bit? Take the valances of and add white curtains, get rid of the dinette and add a new table and chairs or reupholster the cushions of your dinette. Update your lights and add a bright accent color.
Number 2 – fits big, medium and small sized Campers
Do you like the farmhouse style? Paint your cabinets white, add a shiplap wallpaper or add faux shiplap, add farmhouse decor, and a pretty teal accent color.
Number 3 – fits big, medium and small-sized Campers
Do you like bright colors? Then just get rid of all the brown. Paint the walls a light blue, the cabinets a light grey, add peel and stick floors in a light grey. Add a pretty curtain and a colorful rug to make this Camper pop.
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Number 4 – fits big, medium, and small-sized Campers
If you like to be surrounded with neutral furniture and colors in order to change your decor as often as possible, then go with a white/gray color scheme. No matter what accent color you like, it will look great.
Number 5 – fits big Motorhomes, 5th Wheel, and Campers
If your color scheme is already set because you want to keep the dark brown floor and the dark brown cabinets and doors, then a white or light grey wall color is what you should aim for.
Freshen up the ceiling with a bright light and the walls with a very light beige or white to brighten up your space.
Want to know how to pick the right wall color? Take the free, fast and easy Mini-Course and know what you are doing.
Number 6 – cozy cabin feeling for small campers
You don’t like white walls? You like it very cozy and warm? Then add a muted green to your brown floor and cabinets. Add brown/green patterns to give your interior an interesting look, add plants to give the inside life.
What paint should you use on Camper walls?
I get a low of questions asking me what is my favorite brand of paint. And while there are a lot of good paints to use, I definitely prefer Sherwin Williams over any other brand. But it always depends on what I am painting. If the walls look really bad, I get Sherwin Williams paint and primer.
Painting a dated Camper, I would definitely get Sherwin Williams paint with primer.
If I decide to paint a small accent wall over light paint color, I would also decide on a cheaper paint. Often I end up doing at least 2 coats of paint, but if it is a small job I don’t mind.
How can you brighten your Camper without painting?
There are some easy updates you can make if you don’t want to paint your walls. See all the pictures and the 5 best tips ‘How to update your Camper without painting’ right here.
6 Best Color Schemes for your RV/Camper/Motorhome
Summary of ‘6 best colors schemes for your RV/Camper/Motorhome
It is important to know the color scheme before you start renovating your RV/Camper/Motorhome. Because it is such a small space it can get crowded really fast. This is why you need to bring calmness into the Camper by selecting the right wall color.
And just go step by step. I started with my light blue wall color and after some time I added more patterns and more decor to it. But everything I add to my Camper can be removed quickly if I don’t like it anymore.
Create a calm background then all your decor can shine.
Take the Mini-course ‘How to select the right paint color’ and it will be so much easier for you to make the right decision.
See you on the road,
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