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Motorhome Tour - The Living Area


The living area looking forward from the kitchen - [Click for a Larger Image]
The living area looking forward from
the kitchen

The living area looking back from the drivers seat - [Click for a Larger Image]
The living area looking
back from the drivers

When we redesigned the living area we were looking for an area that would be comfortable for the two of us, but also allow us to have six or more people inside without the need to find additional seating. The wrap-around seating can accommodate four adults - this also converts into a narrow double bed for when we have friends staying. When we watch TV or a movie in the evenings, we often convert the seating into a bed - it makes a very comfortable space to relax.

Under both the couch and table seating there are large storage cupboards, these store everything from food to tools and spare parts.

The seating is simply made from upholstery foam with hard-wearing, removable covers fitted. The table is only designed for two and is used both as a workstation for the computers and also of course as a dining table.

The table also drops down and combines with the table seating to form a (very narrow) single bed. We have never used this feature and were really only thinking of resale when we designed it

The flooring is lino tiles throughout the bus - these are very hard-wearing and have the advantage of being individually replaceable should we damage one or change something about the layout (as we did when we built the new engine-cover).




Hobohome Tour


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The Mechanics

The Engine Bay The Engine Bay
Driving Area Driving
Living Area Living Area
Kitchen Kitchen
Bedroom Bedroom
The Electrical System Motorhome Electrics
Changes made Changes
Fuel Economny Changes




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