RV Christmas Home Tour
I love decorating our home for the holidays, the sparkly lights and greenery makes it feel so magical, don’t you think? And moving into a tiny house on wheels didn’t change that.
We still have projects and touchups to finish up in our RV, and it’s far from perfect, but I’m going to ignore all that right now. Instead I’m going to think about how excited I am to show you our RV Christmas Home Tour!
When we hit the road in our RV four months ago the one area I had issue downsizing was all of our Christmas decorations. Somehow I managed to narrow down my faves into a small box, which just so happened to be the same box that got soaked with water on our very first day in the RV.
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I’ve gotta admit that we definitely could have brought a few more Christmas decorations with us. Then again, it’s probably best that we didn’t…
In 2017 one of my goals is to be a part of our YouTube channel that my husband started. Well, I took my first baby step this past week and gave a quick tour of our RV, eeek! It may only be my voice, but hey, that’s a start right?
Be warned that I’m super awkward and even make car sounds go around a corner, haha. You can watch the video below:
RV Christmas Home Tour 2016
We wanted to keep things pretty simple in the RV, sticking to mostly greenery that we wouldn’t have to worry about storing. We always get a real tree, but this was the first year we debated going with an artificial one. In the end, the real tree won once again (yay!) when we realized we’d have to store a fake one.
We may have jumped the gun a bit early when we picked up our cedar garland, being that we’ve had it up for over 3 weeks now so it’s pretty much dead. Woops. I even called around this past week to see if I could find any more, but all of the local places were out of pine and cedar, and we’re about an hour from Home Depot, which is where we picked it up the first time. Oh well, I still think it looks pretty.
By the way, the curtains are hung up using this tension rod.