SftR 046: RV Design Trends with Camping World Product Specialist Ian Baker 636

Ian baker of Camping World

In a change of pace, today we’re talking to Camping World’s product specialist, Ian Baker. In this podcast, we talk about the latest RV design trends, Ian’s life-long love of camping, and answer some common questions from his series of RV Reviews on YouTube. We’ll also learn his personal must-have RV features after doing in-depth reviews of thousands of RVs over the years.#rvlife #rvcampers #rvhack #rvliving #camper #camping #campertrailers #camperlife #happycamper #fifthwhee #storiesfromtheroad

In a change of pace, today we’re talking to Camping World’s product specialist, Ian Baker.

Ian has been an RV enthusiast his whole life, from camping at Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Parks as a kid to taking his own family on camping trips today. For him, RVing is a way to connect with his family and to get his kids off their devices and closer to nature.

In this podcast, we talk about the latest RV Design trends, Ian’s life-long love of camping, and also answer some common questions from his series of RV Reviews on YouTube.

We’ll also learn his personal must-have RV features after doing in-depth reviews of thousands of RVs over the years.

Be sure to catch all of his RV Reviews on the Camping World YouTube Channel!

Some topics we cover:

  • 1:30 – 2019 RV Design Trends
  • 6:45 – Ian answers the webs most popular questions
  • 10:05 – Growing up RVing
  • 15:00 – Family camping traditions
  • 17:45 – Stories from the Road
  • 26:50 – Ians go to RVs
  • 32:00 – Vintage RVs

RV Design Trends for Latest RV Models

Lighter interiors – Ian says that the days of dark wood interiors are on the way out. RV customers have been asking for lighter interiors and updated design in RVs for years and manufacturers are starting to listen. In newer models, you’ll see lighter wood interiors and more clean, open spaces.

Stylish upgrades – The show Fixer Upper with Chip and Joanna Gaines has incredibly influenced home design across the country, but their farmhouse style influence has also started to spread into the RV industry. In some newer models of RVs, you may even find barn doors and faux shiplap.

Solid steps – You know those flimsy steps that shake whenever you get in and out of the RV? Well those are on their way out too. Newer RVs have solid steps that add a bit of extra weight, but a lot of stability.

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