When we got this RV the back area had a strange little box that was loosely modeled to look like an end table. It was big and cumbersome and served no real purpose other than to take up lots of perfectly usable space. In the original design it was meant to be a little side table for the captains chairs that would normally go there. But we aren't really captains chair people. Plus, we wanted to really maximize the space since we'll be living and working out of it this summer!
Style Selections. Of course, when I went to make sure my local store had enough of it I was told that it was in stock and the morning I went to go pick it up there were only a handful of pieces left! AHHHH! I needed 200 square feet and now they were telling me it was no longer carried in the stores so whatever was left in the various stores all throughout Central Florida was all that was available. Of course, I'd already fallen in love with it and planned a bunch of the decor around the idea of driftwood floors so I spent the morning driving all across town to pick up the remaining boxes and piece together 200 square feet. Thankfully, we had enough!
While he was working away, I figured I'd put my time to good use picking up some key items from Ikea! We are lucky to have an Ikea about 35 minutes away. I know a lot of people don't have such easy access. Our two biggest furniture needs were a bigger, more comfortable sleeper sofa and a convertible dining room table. I'll be honest, an ikea sofa wasn't my first choice. But in an RV you are super limited in your big furniture items because you need something that will fit in a small space, that can be assembled inside (since the doorway is so narrow), and that doesn't weigh a lot since you have to keep your total weight for towing in mind. This ikea sleeper won because it was big enough for us to comfortable sit and also pulls out into a full size bed which is where our son sleeps at night. (Also, yes, I totally posed for this selfie in the middle of the store to prove to my husband that this sofa was big enough to lay down on! HAHA!)
all those Tony Horton workouts. ;)