If the interior of your RV has seen better days, you may wish to remodel it. You do not have to remove and replace the walls in your RV to remodel it. Most RVs have paneling on the walls, as this material holds up well during travel and will not crack. Remodeling your RV during the winter months gives you a do-it-yourself project to keep you busy and prevents you from having to remodel it when camping season is in full swing.
Remove all items from the interior of your RV. This allows you to have an open space to remodel it without tripping over or moving items around.
Measure the floor of the RV with your tape measure. Place the tape measure on one side of the wall and measure to the opposite side of the wall. Write down the measurement on a notebook and repeat for the other two walls.
Remove your current carpet in the RV. Cut one corner of the carpet and pull until the carpet detaches. Remove all nails and tack strips with your hammer, and sweep the floor.
Install your new indoor/outdoor carpet in your RV. Place tack strips along the walls in the RV and set the carpet on top of them. Secure the carpet according to the manufacturer's directions.
Clean the walls in your RV with mild detergent, water and a rag, which will make your walls appear new and clean.
Remove the current curtains hanging in your RV and hang new curtains, which will refresh the appearance of the space.
Remove the cabinet drawer knobs or pulls with your screwdriver. Place the screwdriver on the screw in the backside of the cabinet door and unscrew the screw to remove the knob or pull.
Install new cabinet drawer knobs or pulls on the cabinets in the RV. Hold the doorknob or pull with your hand against the front of the cabinet drawer, aligned with the screw hole, and secure with a screw and your screwdriver.