Being out on the open road doesn’t mean you have to miss out on decorating your Lance camper in warm earth tones. With autumn just around the corner, it’s time to start decorating your RV for this colorful season! This can be easily done with colorful items and souvenirs that highlight this exceptional time of year.
Decorative window hangings. These can be made easily by ironing colorful leaves in an assortment of colors, shapes and sizes between 2 sheets of wax paper. After you’re done, hang it by a thread in your windows. The different colors will catch the sunlight and throw an array of colors throughout your Lance! Use Mother Nature to your advantage. You can pick up some beautiful foliage on a morning hike for this project.
Decorate the entrance of your camper. Pick up a cheap bale of hay and place it on either side of your doorway. Place some of your favorite fall décor upon them such as different sizes of pumpkins or a small scarecrow. Go an extra step further and personalize your pumpkins by etching them with your RV’s lot number.
Make a fragrant centerpiece for your table. By using a small bowl and a few oranges and cloves, you can make Pomanders. Decorate the oranges with whole cloves by inserting them into patterns in the oranges. Complete the look by tying twine around them into a bow.
Fall colors are rich, deep and cozy. From golden yellows to burnt orange, to hues of brown and red, the colors of autumn create a palette of warm, inviting, and comfortable colors. By exchanging your current couch and bedroom pillows with these colors, you will give your RV a fall-inspired burst of color.
Replace your regular coasters with festive fall ones! Bring nature inside by making twig coasters. This is an easy, do-it-yourself project. All you need is 22 small, straight twigs that you can easily pick up on an afternoon stroll and some waxed twine. For each coaster, trim the 22 sticks to the length of 5 inches. Double the length of twine, loop the center an inch from the end of the first twig and tie after. Tie twine around the remaining twigs one by one, tying a knot at the end. Cut the twine close to the knot. Repeat on the other side and for remaining coasters.