We bought a used 2001 Casita
Patriot Deluxe to pull with or SSR so could leave town and not have to come back the same day. Motels don't like dogs and we don't like motels.
We found that the stock seat cushions compressed to the point that they became uncomfortable after sitting or laying on them for a while.
So we picked up a pair of single memory foam toppers and had new cushions made using the stock foam and the memory foam.
As you can see the seat bottoms have both foams in them and the seat backs where made as separate cushions so you can still sit at the table. The extra cushions stack on the new cabinet .
Ah, the new cabinet. Here's the story, we have a 2004 17' Casita
Liberty Deluxe. The one with the King size bed. We haven't used the stove in it. We only used the stove in our previous '99 Casita
Freedom Deluxe a couple of times to heat water. Plus we wanted a King size bed in the 13'.
So it was a no brainer for us to remove the kitchen cabinet loosing the sink, stove, drawer and gas heater. We go to full hook up sites so the cube heater is all we need for heat.
I also wanted a larger drawer an extra 110v outlet and 12v outlet plus outside access to the cabinet for my hook up stuff (water hoses, filter, connectors and wheel chocks.
So I made a cabinet that doubles as the foot of the bed and a platform with folding legs that fills in the area between the refer and new cabinet. The bathroom is still accessible with the bed set up.
It take 5 min to set up.
The platform travels against the rear of the trailer captured by the table leg and the TravSaks stuff in under the table on top of the platform.
The drawer is wider and longer then the original and as luck would have it our stuff fits perfectly.