RV kitchen backsplash ideas

RV Kitchen backsplash ideas

This post is sponsored by Progressive, but the content and opinions are 100% our own. We’re excited to share some RV tips and inspiration over on their Life Lane’s Blog and hope you’ll check them out!

RV Kitchen backsplash ideas |

RV Kitchen backsplash ideas

Are you looking for RV kitchen backsplash ideas that will bring style to your camper without blowing your budget or weight restrictions? We considered various options for our own RV kitchen, including peel and stick tiles, wallpaper, and corrugated metal.

Ultimately, we chose a wood-planked option, which was not only an upgrade from the outdated wallpaper, but it gave our motorhome the modern rustic vibe we were going for.

Whether you’re looking for affordable ways to spruce up your RV kitchen, or are searching for lightweight options, be sure to swing over to the Life Lane’s Blog for our post with ideas to spark your imagination.

RV Kitchen backsplash ideas


  • Roxann

    Just bought our first motor home and looking forward to your tips and tricks!

    June 25, 2020
    • That’s so awesome Roxann!! Let us know if you guys have any questions along the way 🙂

      June 30, 2020
  • Jeannie

    We are just getting ready to begin renovation on our first RV, a 2018 Grand Design 2800BH we just purchased this month. The inside is very typical- all brown and grey- so I am loving all your tips and beautiful interiors to use as inspiration! You have a great site! Quick question.. I heard that you cannot use real tile for the backsplash an RV as it cracks due to vibration. Is that true?

    July 7, 2020
  • Lorraine A Gehring

    I enjoy reading your blog and especially the before and after photos. I wonder, though, if you’ve thought through all your kitchen backsplash ideas. Today’s article on the Progressive website repeated something you’ve said before, that you can use pegboard as a backsplash in an RV kitchen.

    I’m not sure how that would work. You need at least an inch, perhaps more, room between the pegboard and the back wall for the metal hooks to fit into. You’d have to put up a 2-by-2 frame around the kitchen and attach the pegboard to it. That would take up a lot of valuable counter space. ln my rig it would press up against the sink knobs leaving no room to turn them. It also would press up against the stove along the right side.

    Then there’s how to clean it. How? Water would drip behind the pegboard where you can’t wipe it up. Bugs would die behind it. Crumbs would inevitably end up behind it. There’s a reason you only see these things in garages.

    You could put the pegboard directly against the wall, but that would defeat the purpose of using pegboard. You couldn’t hang anything from the holes. I’m not sure this a practical suggestion to continue to make.

    July 19, 2020
  • Teresa

    Thanks for sharing your expertise!!

    July 20, 2020

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