Cabinets with a white or light wood finish can keep a small space bright and feeling more open.

On the Road Again: Driving Your RV in Style

As we hop into spring, travel in the beautiful outdoors begins again. Whether you're taking your RV for a short weekend camping trip or across the country, you want to make sure that it's a space you enjoy and that meets all of your needs. You might not be able to have a full kitchen, but you can certainly get the appliances to meet all of your needs. A fire pit is a great option because it gets you out of the RV for a bit and serves as both a gathering space and cooking area. Check out this full list of items for more.

While replacing cabinetry requires more effort than some of the basic RV updates like a new coat of paint, new toilet, or reupholstered furniture, it's well worth the investment.  We recommend a white or light wood kitchen cabinet to keep the space bright and feeling more open. You might not have room for upper cabinets, but even replacing just the bottom cabinets and counters makes such a big difference for a relatively small investment. You could carry the same cabinet into the bathroom for consistency, which is especially important in a smaller home.

For smaller updates, you might install new bath hardware, cabinet pulls, or a backsplash. These updates can make such a big difference on a budget and on little time. Get ready to have an RV that you might not want to leave! 


At The RTA Store, we help make your dream kitchen a reality with RTA (Ready To Assemble) and Pre-Assembled kitchen cabinets and accessories with the same (if not better) quality you would find at any retail store but for a fraction of the price. Stop by our website or give us a call and let us make your kitchen dreams come true with the help of our free kitchen design tool!