A peep inside our Camper.


Our camper is a Dutchmen 185db 2011

The floor-plan from Website.

The fridge door is ajar, because the fridge is empty and switched off.
I keep the doors open with double sided soap suckers.
The table folds down for a bed and there is storage under the bunks.
Our bed is at the back.
Kris sleeps on a doggy-bed on the blue rug.
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RV Tension rods keep the toiletries from falling out of the bathroom cabinet while traveling.
I have placed small items in tall plastic glasses.
Photo from Natda.com
 
Photo from Natda.com
 

Photo from
Natda.com
The Couch opens up to make a bed with storage underneath.
Photo from Natda.com

We have since removed the couch and turned it into a bunk with extra storage, which works well.
Plastic storage drawers on top of the bunk bed. We removed the mattress and replaced it with a non slip mat. 

The bathroom.
Photo from Natda.com

We installed an Ikea  BYGEL Rail and hung Dollar-store containers in which we put out shampoos, etc.

Plastic magazine holders from the Dollar store.
L-R Recipe books, foil plastic bags, corelle plates, paper cups, paper plates, etc.
Above Right; CD, books, etc.
Below; Paper plates, electronics, etc.

Plastic containers, napkins in napkin holders, smaller paper plates, paper bowls, etc.
We use a Cake Carrier to store paper plates, cutlery and napkins on the table,
to keep the bugs away, prevent then from flying away on a windy day or get dirty.

Cans are stored in plastic storage boxes, which just fit in the lip, so they wont coming flying out.

Our stofe plates are covered with a removable cover, I placed containers behind to hold some stuff, which will be removed when we want to use the stove.


Photo from
Natda.com.

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A RV Tension rod in the closet prevents the hangers from falling off while traveling.

RV Tension rods in the fridge prevents the food from falling out while traveling.
Photo from Irv2.com

A standard cutting board covers the sink for extra work-space, a RV dish rack fits inside.
We cover the top of the stove with another cutting board when not using it for extra counter space.
I stick a tub onto the counter with double sided Soap suckers to hold soap, detergent, hand-cream, etc.
Curtain wire prevents the spices form falling out, a RV tension could also work.
The couch at the back opens for an extra bed and has extra storage.

Camper hints

 

Camping Recipes

Tok’s Camping board at Pinterest.com

13 comments

  1. Oh wow Linda Tok very spiffy… what a nice home away from home. I went camping with my cousins at the KZN coast every year, sometimes twice a year for many years. *Smile* It was fun and we had such great time. It’s a wonderful way to enjoy time in nature. We also camped in the bush… just with the truck and a tent… then you really get close to nature ~ I much prefer your idea of camping ~ caravanning! I hope you enjoy lots of camping during the summer with the best weather. *Huggs* Mands

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    • I’m glad you like it Mands 😉
      That must have been wonderful ! We also used to camping in tents, but with our unpredictable weather and the bears, I’m glad we’re in a camper.
      I hope so too 😉
      ♥♥♥

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  2. Hey! Comments are working today!

    I LOVE your caravan – it’s gorgeous, and positively luxurious compared to ours 😀 Thanks for sharing, Tok – it was great to peek into your holiday home!

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