Here is a virtual tour of the inside of our camper:
The sofa, like the rest of the camper, is blue. Check out the curtains! I feel like I am entering the 90’s every time I enter the camper.
The kitchen is awesome, isn’t it? I suppose it could be worse. We added the wooden island to have some counter space. Without it we would have no counter space. Of course I needed my blender and we use the griller a lot. There is not a lot of cabinet or storage space either.
Here is most of the camper living area. I guess it is cozy.
This is our bedroom in the camper. It is okay, but there is not a lot of space to move around.
There is minimal storage space in the camper so we have to be creative. Here is where I keep my shoes. We also have a few very small closets and space under the bed for clothing.
The cats need a place to hang out so we made sure to include the cat tree by the window.
The fridge is small, but we make the most out of the space. It involves planning and sometimes we have to tetris things into the fridge to make it all fit.
We added skirting under the camper to keep the pipes from freezing during the winter. This also created additional storage space.
We had a few instances in which the pump froze this winter. Luckily we did not have any pipes freeze. We used lights to keep the pipes warm when we had negative temps.