Decorating your RV and finding the right RV furniture should not be as stressful as decorating your permanent home. For those of you who are full-timers and part-timers, you might take a little more time picking out the right furniture for your rig. I am not suggesting that you vacationers take any less care in selecting your RV furniture; I am simply saying that function and durability should be the top two priorities.
Flexsteel recliners and other Flexsteel RV furniture represent some of the finest RV furniture on the market today. As much or more than any other brand, Flexsteel really offers users a durable, well-designed, comfortable product that’s well worth the price. So, as you equip and outfit your rig, take a look at this line of products and other lines similar to it.
Adding RV Furniture and Inspecting Your Rig
To inspect a new rig, first peruse the exterior of the vehicle searching for mismatched paint and/or panels that don’t quite fit suggesting some type of damage that occurred on the road. In addition, be sure to look under the RV for loose wires or sagging components. After you have accomplished these two things, take a look inside the unit and search for any carpet damage or signs of mildew (You can usually smell the mildew.)
Motorhomes come in different classes, Class A and Class C rigs. As you might have guessed (and if you don’t already know), Class A rigs are the nicest of the bunch, the most expensive, the biggest, best-equipped, best designed, and most luxurious. Many are the size of buses; actually many were initially buses before they were converted to RV motorhomes.