RV Curtains Add A Decorative Boost While Providing Much Needed Privacy
Your RV is your home away from home. You will need many of the same amenities you enjoy in your house in order to achieve optimum comfort, and RV curtains are included in that list. Of course, motorhome windows are not the same sizes as those of a house or a condo, so there are very specific curtain designed for RV’s.
The windshield is the often the widest window in your RV, and because of its very specific dimensions, it is different from any window you would have in your home. Therefore, suppliers that specialize in parts and accessories for your motorhome or travel trailer will sell curtains designed for the windshield, which is ultimately your RV’s front window. At campingworld.com, you will find the Ready-Made Windshield Drapes, measuring 180 to 230 inches wide by 36 inches long. They come in neutral beige and are made to fit most windshields, from a Class B Monaco to a Class A Fleetwood. You can purchase these drapes for $129.99.
Rvupgradestore.com is an outlet that sells RV supplies at discount prices. Here you will find the RV Windshield Curtain in Oyster. This is a pleated drape that measures 130 to 180 inches wide by 36 inches long, and is made of a blend of polyester and cotton. They are for sale for $125.99.
At factorydirect.com, you can custom order the perfect curtains for your RV. Whether you drive an Airstream, a Holiday Rambler, or an Itasca, you can find what you need here. If you are seeking a modern style for your motorhome, you might consider Chenille Velveteen Black in a clean, crisp clip top style. You will find this and many more options here; price quotes are available upon request.
Another great resource for curtains for your contemporary RV is beaconfabric.com. The experts here sell all the necessary hardware along with custom made curtains for boats and motorhomes. By having them made to order, you can ensure the best possible fit for your RV, whether it is a Class C, B, or A. Prices will be quoted upon ordering.
At dyersonline.com, you will find a number of options for windshield drapes, including the expansive RV Designer Beige Drapes. These drapes measure 170 to 240 inches wide and are 48 inches long, designed for motorhomes with large, broad windshields. They are made of 40% cotton and 70% polyester, and they feature a Velcro enclosure at the center. These drapes fit most Class A motorhomes, including those from Winnebago and Prevost. They sell for $161.50.
If you are looking for something more economical with less style in mind than price, you may be interested in the Removable Privacy Curtains for sale at jcwhitney.com. This set of curtains is installed with suction cups and snaps, which are included with the drapes. They measure 24 inches long by 120 inches wide, and are made of a white polyester blend fabric. You can purchase this product for $30.99.
The Two Piece Shades sold at rvquickshades.com are also functionally sound without costing a great deal of money. These are made of a flame, mildew, and fade retardant fabric that is primarily designed to keep the vehicle cool and protect the interior from harmful UV rays. They will also offer privacy when desired. They come in four different colors and sizes, and sell for $79.99 to $99.99.
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