Watch all my videos on YouTube! A fold-up Murphy bed for a van is the ultimate space saver and a little effort can create a unique furniture piece. Much work has gone into it and more is waiting to be added. So far the lower cabinets and the bed are finished and the upper… Continue reading Murphy Bed Installation
It was time to make the final fit of the wall panel, that sits behind the Murphy Bed and that forms the background of a closet and side of the rear kitchen. The length of the 8′ x 4′ (244cm x 122cm) plywood panel, is just shy of what’s needed to cover the rear window,… Continue reading Wall Panel Issues
Temperature, ventilation and condensation are some of the issues that complicates RV living. But keeping the vehicle cool and free from humidity and condensation may be addressed by installing a floor vent. A floor vent in combination with a standard roof vent, should produce enough natural convection, that the airflow could sustain itself. By placing… Continue reading Keeping Your RV Cool With A Hidden Floor Vent
Adding a bed to the van is the second, larger interior project that I’m working on and probably the most important addition to the RV. While the van conversion process should follow a specific order, so-far I’ve deviated from that, to create a (very) basic setup, that will sustain me on short trips, until the… Continue reading Murphy Bed Design
I’ve been working on the floor vent in my Ford Transit and with a direct opening to the outside, I decided to put a temporary screen, made from a gutter screen, on the existing opening under the van, right behind the B pillar.