Final part of the Toilet Build. I finished the toilet cabinet and installed the separating toilet.
Some is still missing, such as the drawer front and toilet front panel. Those will be installed at the end of the van build. Another missing part is the connection to the gray water tank; that part of the plumbing will be shown in future videos.
Building kitchen cabinets and fitting them in the van. Finding out if it all works or that I have to make adjustments in the design. First time inside the van standing in the shower pan, calculating where the shower head Continue reading Campervan Kitchen Ideas→
Now that the Murphy bed is installed, I continue with the kitchen area. It’s basically one cabinet, flanked by two narrow sliders. It will hold the sink, water heater and ‘Shower-in-a-Drawer’. Because it’s only a small cabinet and to Continue reading RV Ceiling & Kitchen Setup→
The inside and outside of the shower drawer are getting three coats of polyurethane, the top of the box is finished off with a Maple edge. And when the cabinets are built, I have a novel solution for the shower head.
I’m creating an access point to the drain, shorten the drain so it fits in the drawer cabinet and install a drain connector. The latter connects to a water hose that drains outside or it can be connected to a drain line under the cabinets, that drains into the gray water tank.
One of the premises of this van conversion is to build an affordable, yet comfortable RV/Camper. Including a full bathroom, would go a long way to achieve that.
Exploring the issues around showers and toilets soon reveal many of the limitations that come with a smaller sized Cargo Van. The Ford Transit, Ram ProMaster and MB Sprinter are featured with many different length and height options, that will determine how fancy you can go in the plumbing department. Continue reading When A Bathroom Makes Sense Or Not!→