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RV Blinds & Shades: Camper Window Treatments

Window Treatments Ready for the Road

The best window treatments for campers strike a balance between offering privacy, controlling daylight, optimizing space, and providing a touch of homey comfort to the on-the-go lifestyle. From compact custom blinds to innovative shades, Norman® has a great selection of window coverings that are road-ready.

How to Pick a Camper Window Treatment

Camper owners face distinct challenges such as limited space, mobility considerations, and the need for versatile solutions that cater to various lighting conditions. Consider these key factors to make an informed product decision: 

  • Budget: Consider upfront costs and long-term value to find affordable and quality treatments.
  • Style: Your RV is your home on the road! Explore minimalist blinds to trendy shades, making a choice that aligns with your design vision.
  • Available space: Optimize space and choose window treatments that don’t obstruct movement or storage areas. 
  • Where the camper tends to travel: Consider options with UV protection or glare reduction. 

Types of RV Blinds

Blinds are a go-to choice for RVs and camper vans because they save space, are low maintenance, and are budget-friendly. 

Aluminum Blinds

Clean lines and modern design make Mini blinds a top trending window treatment. CityLights™ Aluminum Blinds are compact and can withstand exposure to UV rays, moisture, and humidity. RV mini blinds are a great low-maintenance option for RVs.

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Types of RV Shades

Simple to operate and highly functional, shades are an excellent choice for camper vans and travel trailers. Style meets function in our top picks!

Roller Shades

Roller shades have a compact design, making them ideal for RVs with limited space. RV Window Shades offer varying light levels, so campers can adjust the amount of direct sunlight entering the space and increase privacy control while on the road. Our Soluna™ Roller Shades are an excellent choice!

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Cellular Shades

Energy-efficient cellular shades provide insulation, regulating temperatures inside the RV by trapping air in the honeycomb-like structure. Compact when raised, Portrait honeycomb shades virtually disappear! They’re a great way to maximize space in your motorhome while offering views of the great outdoors.

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Roman Shades

Roman shades are available in a variety of premium fabrics, including room darkening materials for optimal light control and privacy. Centerpiece Roman shades offer versatility, high-quality performance, and style.

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Blackout shades

Blackout shades are specifically designed to block out all light, ensuring complete darkness when needed. Ideal for enhancing privacy in RVs, especially during nighttime stops, they can also help regulate the interior temperature by blocking external heat or cold.

Benefits of Using RV Blinds and Shades

  • Maintaining Temperature: RV shades can provide insulation, helping to regulate the interior temperature by trapping air and reducing heat transfer.
  • Controlling Light Exposure: Camper blinds and shades offer adjustable light levels, allowing RV owners to control the amount of natural light entering and block unwanted glare.
  • Privacy: Enjoy enhanced privacy within the confined space of an RV, especially when parked in crowded areas.
  • Aesthetics: Available in a variety of colors and materials, RV owners can customize the window treatments to match the overall theme of the RV.

Common RV Window Treatment Materials

  • Aluminum: lightweight and durable, aluminum resists wear and tear, making it suitable for the on-the-go lifestyle.
  • Honeycomb: cellular shades have a unique design that creates air pockets, providing unparalleled insulation and helping regulate temperatures inside the RV.
  • Fabric: light-filtering fabrics balance privacy and natural light, allowing a soft glow while maintaining seclusion.

RV Blinds & Shades Upgrades

Extensive road travel can be tough, but upgrading RV blinds and camper shades with motorized or cordless options adds a layer of convenience and safety to the overall functionality.

Motorized Options

Motorized shades enable easy operation with the push of a button, making adjustments hassle-free and allowing for precise control. This is especially helpful for hard-to-reach windows in the camper van or RV.

Cordless Options

It’s already a tight squeeze in the RV, and a tangle of cords can be dangerous. Cordless blinds eliminate the risk of entanglement, making them a safer option for families with children or pets. 

Tips for Maintaining and Cleaning Your RV Blinds

RV should be fun! Save time on maintenance by following these simple steps:

  • Regular Cleaning: To prevent buildup of dust and debris, use a soft duster or microfiber cloth to regularly dust the blinds
  • Dealing with Stains: Address specific stains or spots by using a mild detergent or a mixture of water and vinegar. Dampen a soft cloth and carefully wipe the affected areas.
  • Preventing Damage: Make sure your window treatments are completely dry before closing or raising them to prevent water spots or damage.

Get Customized RV Blinds & Shades with Norman®!

RV windows have unique needs, don’t settle for standard window blinds or shades. When it comes to high-performance RV window treatments, no one does customization like Norman®. Choose from premium materials, innovative designs, and durable solutions that will hold up for life on the road.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I measure my RV windows for blinds?

Measure the width at 3 different places and use the smallest width. Then measure the height at 3 different places and use the smallest height. Measure the depth of the window opening if you plan to mount them inside the windows. Be sure to account for any obstacles or obstructions.

Can I install RV blinds myself, or should I hire a professional?

DIY installation is possible; however, hiring a professional ensures a perfect custom fit.

Can I use regular window treatments for my camper?

Yes, you can. However, it's advisable to opt for window treatments with unique product characteristics for the unique conditions of mobile living.