Saturday, June 18, 2011

The 2002 Fourwinds next to the 1979 Tioga.

The magazine rack on the inside of the bathroom door was really handy.  back half; kitchen, bunk beds, and bathroom (Tioga)

At some point someone added this couch that created a large storage area.  (Tioga)

The dining area had storage in each seat.  I used cardboard boxes with the flaps folded in to store food.  I could life out an item, or the whole box, when it was needed.  (Tioga)

My husband removed the original carpeting and installed laminate wood flooring.  The upkeep was amazingly easy!  (Tioga)

I really missed the small extra counter that folds up.  The sink did have inserts to create counter space.  I usually had to make sandwiches on the dining table though. (Tioga)

Before (Tioga)

RV kitchens are bare minimums (Tioga)

No floor covering, no mattresses, no toilet, and no storage!  Inside several doors we added metal racks that attach right to the door.  Just be sure the door will still close & don't overload your hinges with heavy items.  (Tioga)
I quickly learned to sew.  I made new curtains, tie-backs, and recovered all the furniture and mattresses. (Tioga)
Jack-knife sofa, dining area, kitchen, bathroom, double bunks, and a second dinette.  (Fourwinds)

The second dinette had a toy box, cabinetry, and both seats were storage.  (Fourwinds)

The bunks don't offer storage, but they are an amazing use of space.  (Fourwinds)

The kitchen area had very few cabinets, so I used those in the living area for pantry.  (Fourwinds)

Pans traveled in the stove, with dishtowels between to cut down rattle.  In the top cabinet I put plastic drawer units.  I could fill the drawers and place items on top to use all of the space available.  (Fourwinds)

One of the seats was a water tank, but the other was storage.  The over-cab area was usually used as a bed, but once we hauled a few larger treasures home on top.  (Fourwinds)

The jack-knife sofa has a small amount of space under it.  We usually stored folding camp chairs there.  (Fourwinds)

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