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Author: Matt JohnsonPhotos/Graphics: Mike HawthorneUpdated: March 1, 2023

RVing can be a lot of fun, but it’s also essential to ensure that your RV looks good both inside and outside. One way to do this is by painting the interior of your RV in a color or colors you like. Whether you’re looking for something bold and bright or more subdued and calming, there are plenty of great RV interior paint ideas.

Here are eight ideas for beautiful RV interior paint schemes that will help you make your RV look great. We’ve also included photos of painted RV walls and décor for inspiration examples. I’m pretty confident you’re going to love what you see and it will inspire you to give your RV a makeover.

White.

Consider painting it white if you’re looking for a classic, timeless look for your RV interior. White is the perfect color for creating a bright and airy space, and it can make any RV feel more extensive and spacious.

White also has a natural and clean look, which will go well with your outdoor design, whether formal or informal. Furthermore, since white is vibrant and easy to match with other colors, you may personalize your RV’s interior to fit your distinct taste.

RV Interior with White Paint and Leather with Black Trim
White is a classic and timeless look. Notice that you can pair just about any color with white and it still looks great.

Navy blue.

Consider painting your RV interior navy blue for a calm and relaxing atmosphere. Navy blue is the perfect color for creating a peaceful and serene space. It has been proven to lower blood pressure and heart rate, making it ideal for use in bedrooms and other relaxation areas – such as your RV.
Whether you’re looking to create a calming oasis or want to add a splash of color, blue is a perfect choice.

Navy Blue Interior with Blue Upholstry
Navy blue RV interior is a calming sensation. This is easily one of my favorites, but then again I’m partial to blues.

Beige or tan.

Consider painting it tan if you’re looking for a neutral and versatile color for your RV interior. Beige or tan can create a warm and cozy atmosphere, making it the perfect choice for areas where you want to relax and escape from the world. It’s also simple to match with different colors, so you can personalize your RV to fit your unique taste.

Camper with Beige Interior
Tan is neutral and versatile. This interior demonstrates the elegance and class of tan/beige.

Gray.

You might think about painting your RV interior gray for a modern and sophisticated yet chic look. Gray is the perfect color for creating a sleek and stylish space. Yes, some people will say gray is dull. However, you may also choose your color scheme and decorate your RV however you want because it’s simple to work with other colors. Throw in a splash of green or blue to give it some vibrant cool colors.

Gray Interior with Faux Hardwood Floors
The gray in this RV gives it a super modern and chic feel. They even used a navy blue pillow to accent the grays.
Gray Couch with Light Gray Accents
The owners of this RV used a gray couch to give it a clean look.

Turquoise.

Consider turquoise if you’re looking for a fun and vibrant color to paint your RV interior. Turquoise is the perfect color for creating a lively and energetic space. It’s ideal for adding a pop of color to any RV and can be coordinated with other colors to create a unique look. Turquoise also has several health benefits, including the ability to relax, improve mood, and boost attention. It’s also been shown to improve memory and enhance vision, making it perfect for RV use.

Turquoise and Wood RV Interior Idea
Turquoise vibrant RV interior paint gave this RV interior a huge makeover.

Pink.

For a fun and feminine touch, consider painting your RV interior pink. Pink is the perfect color for adding a touch of romance and elegance to any space. It’s also known to promote feelings of love and happiness, making it ideal for use in areas where you want to relax and escape from the world. Pink is a perfect color for any RV owner that wants to add a little bit of luxury to their space.

Camper Van Hot Pink Design
Pink can give you a feminine yet luxurious appeal. This photo is actually from a camper van overhaul.

Red or burgundy.

Red is a powerful and passionate color that can be used to create an energetic and exciting RV interior. The red is ideal for bringing a little life to any area, and it may be combined with other hues to produce a one-of-a-kind style. Red also helps to boost productivity and creativity, making it perfect for use in places where you need to be productive – such as your RV.

Red and White RV Design
Red is the way to go if you’re going for passionate. Obviously the owner of this RV absolutely loves red. It does give it a vibrant and almost retro feel.

Yellow.

When it comes to RV interiors, there are a million and one things you can do to make yours stand out. But if you’re looking for a quick and easy way to add some personality, why not try painting the interior yellow? Yellow is a happy color that is bound to brighten up any space. It’s also a great color for making small spaces feel larger.
If you’re unsure whether yellow is the right color for you, why not try painting just one wall in yellow? This will allow you to see how you like the look before committing to painting the whole space.

Yellow Makes a Statement
Yellow is a happy color for happy glampers. Or in the case of this gorgeous RV makeover, it can make a bold statement.

What’s the best paint for RV interior walls?

There are plenty of brands you can use to paint RV walls (i.e. Sherwin Williams, Behr, etc.), but in general, you want latex paint. Essentially, it’s the same paint you’d use for your home’s interior, but instead it’s on your painted RV interior walls.

If you really want to save some time, get paint that has the primer mixed into it. Otherwise, you’ll have to primer your walls first, then add 1-2 coats of latex paint on them.

Don’t forget to paint your camper trim molding.

When you’re painting the interior of your camper, think about what color you want the RV molding trim to be.

If you’re going to paint the interior of your travel trailer, that’s a good time to change out the RV molding for long lasting RV molding such as a fiberglass or composite.

Once your RV trim molding is installed, give it a color that compliments the rest of your camper. This may be a contrasting color or perhaps a different shade of the primary color. Whichever you choose, be sure to give it some personality.

Planning on fixing up the entire travel trailer?

Of course, we’re focusing on the interior in this article, but it’s also a good time to fix up the exterior and other areas of your camper.

You might want to consider an RV roof repair to take care of any minor leaks that might ruin your interior paint. Maybe you want to do a custom RV shower install since you’re giving the inside a makeover? And an easy one is to replace the travel trailer decals while you’re at it. Don’t forget to take off frame components and get some powder coating in as well.

When you’re done, your camper is going to look like a brand new rig!

Have fun painting RV walls!

So there you have eight beautiful RV interior paint ideas to get you started.

These are just a few of the many colors you can choose from for your interior walls, so don’t be afraid to experiment until you find the perfect one for your RV walls.

You can mix and match different colors to create a unique and stylish space that reflects your personality. For example, maybe you want a grey and white RV interior, or maybe a navy and red interior. Whatever you choose, have fun with it.

So get creative and have fun painting RV walls to give your camper a new look!

MattGlamperGear

Matt Johnson


Senior Content Writer

Matt is an experienced camper and glamping enthusiast with a Master's degree in Wildlife Science from Texas A&M University. Authoring posts for GlamperGear, he shares his wealth of knowledge on picturesque campsites, luxurious accommodations, and the best gear for outdoor adventures. His passion for nature and knack for comfort in the wilderness make him an expert guide for your next camping endeavor.

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