Although a Class C motorhome generally will not have as wide of a range of customizable options right off the bat as a more luxurious model, these assembly-line vehicles still have a world of possibilities when it comes to decorating the interior.
The manufacturers outfit each with such standard features as a kitchen, dinette, sleeping quarters, and booths to sit in, but aside from this there is an abundance of space that can be utilized at will. There are flat areas that could be decorated with mirrors or images of whatever you please, to make it homier.
In addition, you can customize your new Class C motorhome by rearranging the interior to best accommodate your belongings out of sight. Install extra cabinet space if you need to, or use the portion that exists over the head of the driver to put your spare materials.
There is plenty of space if you plan ahead of time. Keeping clutter out of the living area can go a long way towards maintaining everyone’s sanity on particularly long trips, and everyone will thank you if you are able to come up with a good organizational plan.
The entertainment features are a big part of the personality of the Class C motorhome, and these have evolved the most in the past ten years. This is often the only distinction between older models and those that are more modern, because the modern ones come equipped with satellite radio and DVD players.
You can come up with road-appropriate mp3 playlists to hook up into the stereo system that will keep everyone entertained.
Finally, there is tile and carpeting that can be installed into your new Class C motorhome. While this may not come as part of the initial package as it does for Class A homes, you can certainly pay extra to redecorate after the fact.
Putting in a nice carpet works wonders towards making the interior feel more like a real house rather than a box on wheels. This reduces noise and offers a good padding in case things fall around the cabin during any bumpy portions of highway.
These are all only a few ideas, but the sky is really the limit when it comes to the interior decoration of a motorhome.