How To Hang Pictures on RV Walls (5 Easy Ways With No Drilling)

How to hang pictures on RV walls without having to drill any holes? Undoubtedly there will be times when you want to show off some family photos or any of those cool looking photos you took of your last RV adventure. In this post, we are going to take a look at 5 ways you can hang pictures on your RV walls that will look great and stay in place even when you are driving down the road.

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#1: Velcro Strips

Using Velcro strips to mount pictures on your RV wall is one of the most common ways in which to do it. Velcro strips are inexpensive and easy to use. They hold tight really well. You just need to be sure you are using the right sized Velco strip for the photo you want to mount.

Velcro strips hold varies weight amounts so you need to get the one that will hold the weight of your photo. Unlike Method #2 below Velcro strips leave a residue when you remove them.

However a product like Goo Gone removes the residue quickly. Below is our recommendation Velcro strips.

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#2: 3M Command Strips

3M Command Strips work just like Velco except the adhesive used to mount the strips to the wall or picture does not leave a residue when it’s removed. They are available in several different sizes so purchase the one that will hold the weight of your picture and frame.

You use them just like Velcro. One strip is adhered to the wall using the adhesive side. The second strip is adhered to the back of your photo using the adhesive side. Then just line up the strip and press firmly to hold.

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#3: Hooks with Sticky-Backs

This third method on how to hang pictures on RV walls involves hooks that have an adhesive mounting strip. The hooks are made from either plastic or metal and are not just for pictures. You can use them to hang towels, cups, keys, hats, and other RV accessories.

3M makes a variety of hooks that come with their Command adhesive that’s easy to remove and does not leave a residue. Below is one I would use of hanging a heavy picture with a max of 5 pounds.

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#4: Museum Putty

Museum putty is something I have never used to hang pictures or anything else for that matter. Museum putty is a blended rubber and is known for its ability to hold items in place even during earthquakes. If it can withstand the forces of an earthquake it should hold up well in an RV.

There are several advantages to using museum putty, such as :

  • It’s removable and reusable
  • It’s non-toxic
  • Easy to use for light pictures or unframed photos or art

You can also use it to hold items on a shelf or counter to prevent them from rolling off when you are on the road.

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#5: Double-Sided Tape

Double-sided foam tape is an excellent choice for hanging pictures on the wall. It is a strong adhesive that is easy to use. The biggest drawback with double-sided tape is the adhesive can oftentimes be very hard to remove. If you prefer something that is just as good as double-sided foam tape without the difficulty of removal you should try acrylic double-sided tape.

Acrylic mount tape can be used for small pictures and sometimes slightly heavier objects.

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How To Hang Pictures on RV Walls Summary

There are many ways to hang pictures on an RV wall, however, if you don’t want to have to drill into RV then use any of the recommended products above. Just keep in mind that some are suitable for heavy pictures while others are not. Now the weight limitation of the product before you use any of them.

Also, check out these awesome RV hacks we wrote about.

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Ray & Tammy Roman

Ray and Tammy Roman are the co-owner/authors of Go Travel Trailers. They have been featured in AARP, RV Today, and Porch.com, among others. When not writing about RVs and the RV lifestyle, you'll find them fishing, vacationing in Red River, NM, and spending time with family and friends.