We were quite happy with our Lil Snoozy
over five months of camping last winter but... There is always room for improvement. Here's a few small things we did in anticipation of this winters adventures. Bathroom shelf, Kleenex holder and TP holder:
I used 1/8" dia steel rods from the hardware store to make the 'fence' around the ledge in the bathroom to create a shelf. It took a lot of stuff we used to keep under the kitchen sink. You can bend the wire easily of you heat it cherry red, possible with a cheapo propane
torch. The Kleenex shelf is a piece of 1/4" oak plywood with the same 1/8 rod 'fence'. The TP holder is 3/4 oak with a ceramic rod our dog dredged up from the river bottom years ago. I drilled a blind hole and glued it in with epoxy.
Sue wanted to change the boring brass cabinet door knobs for something more "arty" and came across this idea on the interweb: glue a tee nut to the back of a small rock then screw it on in place of the factory knob.
Here's a detail of the rock hardware.