Manufacturers that choose built in, non-moveable fiberglass surfaces with built in benches and counters limit the number of floor plans available.
For example Scamp
have very flexible floor plans because benches and counters are screwed or riveted in place. Most often the benches and counters are still fiberglass, easily cleanable, long lasting surfaces.
is now 22 years old and the surfaces, inside and out, all look new because the white gelcoat is easily cleanable. We have had RVs with wooden surfaces, nice, but do not stand up in the long term.
As to the fabric surfaces that cover the walls of our son's Casita
and our Scamp
, after 20 years they both look great. This is surprising to me, paricularly since we average over 200 days a year inside our rigs.
As to the wood in our Scamp, mainly cabinet doors, they were easy to replace giving the trailer a new look.
If I had an Eggcamper
or other double walled trailer with built in cabinets and counters, I'm sure I would like the all white interior, but Eggcamper
, for example does not offer the variety of floor plans seen in the Scamp or Casita
The magic of ALL the fiberglass trailers is their ability to give many decades of service. Actually you will not be disappointed by any choice. They truly offer the ability to put a 'travel smile' on your face.