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  • Five Simple Ways to Customize Your Camping Trailer

    • Saturday, June 21st, 2014
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    Camping trailers will provide you with a lovely way to explore the big outdoors. While many trailers will come with basic interiors, you can personalize your trailer and make it a lovely space to vacation in. This article provides five simple yet affordable ways that will help you to customize your trailer in no time.

    Photographs

    Photographs will allow you to add your personal touch to the trailer, plus they will cover some of the walls to make them more interesting. Choose meaningful photographs of you and your loved ones, your pets or even your favorite holiday destination. You can showcase these photographs in a beautiful frame and place them onto tables in the trailer. You can also use strong double sided adhesive tape to stick the frames directly onto the walls without damaging them.

    Chalkboard

    A chalkboard will not only look great, but it will also serve a practical purpose, as you can use it to note down items that you need to purchase on your next shopping trip. To make a chalkboard you can use special chalk paint to coat the area. Make sure that you follow the instructions on the packaging carefully, and allow the paint to properly dry before you write on it. Chalk pens are also handy for writing as they won’t crumble like standard chalk sticks.

    Luxury And Comfort

    The bed is going to be one of the most used areas in the trailer, so you want to make it as comfortable as possible. A comforter placed on top of the bed will add an extra layer of coziness for a dreamy night sleep. You can also layer pillows, or use a soft fluffy blanket over the bed, for added warmth.

    Lighting

    Lighting is an important part of the trailer as it will help to set the mood. You can mix and match different lights so that you can create the right lighting and ambience. Fragrant candles placed into large mason jars will also provide a lovely light without the need for electricity, plus you can also take them out with you on a late night walk.

    Storage

    Small trailers will often leave you stuck for space. You will want to make the most of what you have by using clever storage facilities to neatly store and organize your belongings. A simple coat hook attached onto the back of door will allow you an extra area to hang your clothes.

    You can also use the space underneath your bed to store other items away from view. Another handy tool is vacuum packed bags. They allow you to suck the air out bags in order to create compact bags that will give you much more space to work with.

    When it comes to decorating your trailer, you can get some additional inspiration from online imaging sites such as Pinterest. Don’t be afraid to experiment and show let your personality shine through in your trailer’s decor. Good luck!

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