First off, before we had even decided which rig we’d be purchasing I had in mind that it would need some sprucing up. The vast majority of RVs and travel trailers are decorated in such a manner as befits a tiny eighties-era model apartment. Picture brown, and every shade of it you can imagine. Almond, Burnt Umber, Mocha, India Spice, Chai Spice, and Old Spice. Lava Rock, New Rock, Old Rocks, Old Sandals, and even Moose Pelt. In this fiver alone we have enough shades of brown to impress Makayla Maroney. And this is NORMAL for an RV. They all look this way. Except one I recently saw that began as a nice green but faded to beige and that is technically brown so whatever.
The ability to hang and safely remove artwork at a later date is super, but the place where these little stickies really shine is for storing and organizing items that have no other logical location (read: we ran out of room in the cabinets). Enter the most excellent Command Hook.
So between the clearing of space and the hooks everywhere, we finally seem to have a pretty nicely organized groove in this rig. Our rolling home is actually presentable enough to post a few photos for those of you who have been asking. Or gave up stopped asking like two months ago. But not tonight. I am going to go cook up some southwestern cuisine on my really clean and spacious countertops.