A few companies offer services to assist RV owners who don’t want to repair or refurbish their RVs themselves or who prefer a modern, “not brown” interior design.
A Taxa Outdoors RV provides a streamlined exterior and a fresh, bright interior with ultra-modern design. As well as being high-efficiency, fuel-efficient, and RIVA-certified, their units are environmentally friendly.
A new version of an old classic has been introduced by the Winnebago company with their Revel van camper. Despite being more compact in size, this vehicle offers many of the same amenities as adventure vans. An interior scheme of lime and white is featured in one model of the car.
Another RV that is leaving swoosh life behind is the Winnebago Horizon. Essentially, it is a modern home on wheels built on a solid commercial chassis. It offers a stylish mobile living environment with sculpted and contemporary interiors.
Brown interiors – why?
Whether it is coffee brown, burnt umber, buff, or cocoa brown, we consider RVs that are in any shade of brown to be outdated and lacking in life.
Modern buyers who want a little color in their road-tripping life are now calling out RV models with uninspired beige and brown interiors as classically styled.
Brown shades are commonly found in RV interiors because:
- It takes RV retailers a long time to evolve their designs
- Wood details complement brown color schemes
- Outside dirt is hidden by the colors
- The natural world inspires them
Future RV buyers as well as curious minds are interested in learning why most RVs follow the same design principles.