Sunday, April 19, 2015

8 Feet of Storage in 10 1/2 Inches

Build a rolling Storage Trolley Use all the space in your small space!

Okay, there is now about 11 inches between the arm of the couch and the bed. This is a major improvement, the dinette used to be flush against the edge of the bed which meant all four corners of the mattress had walls on them. It was so horrible to make up that bed!

I designed a shelf that is 10 and a half inches wide, 24 inches deep and the height of a dining table.

Build a rolling Storage Trolley Use all the space in your small space!

UPDATE - FULL TUTORIAL HERE

The shelf fits neatly between the couch and bed, and is on wheels. I can roll it out to make changing the sheets or just making up the bed so much easier! I guess I have no more excuses.

It adds 6 linear feet of new storage for things that used to sit on top of the dinette table.  The top is actually in 2 pieces. A tray that fits down over the top of the shelf can be removed to use as a bed tray, or to carry items out to the picnic table. 

Build a rolling Storage Trolley Use all the space in your small space!

I've designed a bracket system to build onto the top shelf it will allow the tray to sit flush with the top of the shelf and create a table that is approximately 24 by 22. I'll have pictures and a tutorial up soon!

Build a rolling Storage Trolley Use all the space in your small space!

Update: We did use the table a couple times, but then my wonderful daughter-in-law gave us a Lifetime 'Personal Table' that is PERFECT! 

Build a rolling Storage Trolley Use all the space in your small space!

It adjusts in height from 22" to 28" and we can use it outside. It folds flat and stores in our tiny shower when we are on the road.  Between the 'Personal Table' and the larger adjustable table, I am a huge fan of Lifetime products. And they're made in America!! (Those two links will bring you to the info page about the products, and they are affiliate links, so I get a few pennys when you buy one - thanks LOL)

The larger table has the advantage of going from coffee-table height to counter-height! We use it outside the camper as an extra counter for preparing food or just a place to keep things off the ground. 

Now Go Play Outside!

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Storing Pot and Pan Lids! And Adding Chalkboards

I've made a few simple changes to the camper already - here's an easy way to store the lids for pots & pans -

Organize your pot lids with this easy tutorial

The racks are made with two uprights and

Sunday, April 12, 2015

Dinette Destruction!! STEP 1 Removing Camper Dinette & Building Couch with Storage Baskets

Part 1 - Replacing useless dinette with great couch and storage! Even a table system. Step two of three. Visit to see more unique ideas for small campers, rvs and tiny houses!


Part 1 - Replacing useless dinette with great couch and storage! Even a table system. Step two of three. Visit to see more unique ideas for small campers, rvs and tiny houses!

Time to get serious!  Here is the floor plan that I started with:

Part 1 - Replacing useless dinette with great couch and storage! Even a table system. Step two of three. Visit to see more unique ideas for small campers, rvs and tiny houses!

You can see how much is taken up by the dinette - so follow along as I get rid of it!

Saturday, April 11, 2015

I Can See Clearly Now! - Camper Remodel

Wow, how time flies!

The pups have all gone to their forever homes and are happily ever aftering.

You may know that I love to camp. We have a small (tiny) camper - a 2008 Fun Finder 189FBR by Cruiser RV that we bought new and have not used much at all. We probably use it a total of about 5 nights a year. Well, I am determined to change this!
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