Here's an idea I had for a Boler/clone "Liberty meets Compact Jr." layout.
Quoting myself, from a post in this thread
(but going in a direction more appropriate to the thread I am in now), I said:
For just me, I had a layout idea I really liked, but it wouldn't work without moving/removing the propane fridge, and I'd like to keep it where it is. That idea consisted of one ample (32" wide) single bed running lengthwise from the back on the driver's side, with the table more-or-less where it is now (a bit narrower) and then the original seat on the passenger side. Then the kitchen in front with a closet by the door. Original closet remaining as-is. This would give me my "main settee with table alongside at my right hand side" that I really like. Also, for two, the original across bunk could be used (taking down dinette table) and could be larger than the original one. (Original above-kitchen cupboards could remain, and support could be devised.)
The trouble with that plan is that there is only about 68" before I run into the fridge. Rats. It will stay just a plan for now, I guess.
The other thing is that I can't think of an easy way to re-establish the sidewall-shape support provided by the "wrought-iron" galley support. I suppose one could tab in a supportive arch across the overhead at the forward end of the table, but that would not qualify as "easy."
Also, one might bump one's head on the former over-galley cabinets if sitting down too aggressively.
Haven't solved the 'fridge issue either. There would be room for it under the front kitchen, but it would not be that fun to move a propane fridge
, nor to have the vents on the front of the trailer. It would work fine for a slide-out cooler, or for a 110v or 12v fridge though.
Anyway, I just "drew" a layout plan to show what I was talking about (see, I do have a point
) And no, I'm not a computer drawing expert!
Just thought I'd throw it into the thread. I'm probably not about to remodel, but I do think about it from time-to-time