Here is the screen door made with a pattern from this site... Such a lifesaver on nights when the mosquitos come out...
The moulding needed to be done because of the curved trailer walls. New black rubber trim this year with all our outdoor mods.
We had issues with our door coming open one trip (since then we have re-hung door,made an extra brace on the inside etc, but I still really like this door lock..This is not locked now in this position, but need a key to open it..just turn it to lock it.. (no way of getting locked inside trailer--something I always worry about)
Bed end of the trailer.Permanent bed with a very good quality foam mattress...Curtains all have a dark liner so it is quite dark at night...They tie back on the sides but are closed because of all the sun and fading things..
One of the overhead cupboards which we each have for our clothes..These are the absolute best...
Other end of the trailer. This is an undercounter CD player/clock radio...Nice light
on it too..We also have a couple stick up LED lights
on either side of it..
View of the table and the great storage unit between the seats...Great for the food items that you don't want squished(or bottles of wine!!!) Shoe storage area in that front space where the porta-potti slid between the bunks years ago...
Built in porta-potti ( thanks to Ken James and his mods)
The table is attached to the old bunk bed rail...This table does not move!! It is the original table from the other end which we ran through the table saw and re-shaped..
Storage area under the bed. This underbed storage unit is where I keep all the canned food and other foods..They are heavy and this way it is low to the ground and it works great. Now, the folding outdoor table is there/grey water receptacle/outdoor stove etc...All out of the way.. Also a great little folding stool....
With the door closed so everything stays in place when travelling. We just use a stick to hold it up when we are removing things.. We did do new lino a few years ago--I still need to wash it really well!!!!
The closet area. I have all my pots/pans/brita jug/garbage can etc on the top..The bottom is all drawers which you angle a bit to slide out..All labeled and easy to find stuff..(Before, a lot of our clothes were in here)
Closet door has a mirror, bookrack, hanger for small towel and a hook for face cloth. My mom crocheted a bunch of facecloths with little loops so they hang easily..(also they don't get mixed up with the regular ones for the house)
View of the actual kitchen area...All melmac dishes,so they don't weigh much..but we do have a stove top capuccino maker and frother!!! We re-did the doors a few years ago with all new paint/hinges and knobs.. I resprayed the furnace
grill this year. (and the stovetop) Our backsplash for the stove is just sheet metal flashing..We riveted it on, because the other stuff that was there when we got the trailer kept coming off due to the curve of the walls....Front of fridge
is done with wallpaper.. I used frosted mactac on the small windows
above stove and door so it isn't as visible inside...The window above the stove always has been crooked... There were no cupboard supports when we got the trailer (no sign that there ever had been) So, we got a couple dowels and screwed them in from the bottom and the top.... We also now have an 12v water pump....so handy.. We have no converter, so we have a 12v florescent light
and a regular 110volt light
...We are hoping to do LED interior lights
in the future..(we do have a 300 watt inverter, so we can play the CD player and have more lights
when we are just on the battery) The lights
we do have are 12v...We had none when we bought the trailer...
The outside view with the awning
bag all closed up..