If you’re looking for comfortable seating in your RV you may have found, as I have, that the built in RV dinette just is not a comfortable place to enjoy a quiet evening of family hangout time. The following shows just how easy it can be to remove the dinette. One could add a sofa, recliner chairs, or a free standing table, to mention a few possibilities. Removing something that was intended to be permanent in your camper can be a bit scary. In the words of the folks at Mountain Modern Life:
I have come to realize that most items are 10 times easier to remove than I imagined, and yet some are just as difficult due to an insane amount of staples, screws and bolts. Rest assured though, because removing the dinette booth from your RV is likely easier than you think.
How reassuring that it’s not as difficult as it might first appear!
Before and After RV Dinette Hack
These really creative folks also included a Pull Out table into this project. When the TV is in it’s lowered position the camper window is still there to provide natural light tot he space, only when it’s wanted.
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Shoe Storage can be a real challenge in an RV. Handling what seems to be exponential growth of shoes in an RV can be a tricky proposition. Here are 4 excellent options to go from climbing shoe mountain to grab and go convenience.
RV Shoe Rack from PVC: Keep Things Tidy Around the Entrance
Unless you’re the only inhabitant of your RV, you may have noticed that it’s not just cleanliness that demands things be put away – it’s often an issue of safety. The shoes, boots, sandals, flip-flops, and sneakers that usually get parked near the entrance or other highly-trafficked area of your RV pose a trip hazard – and are certainly an eye sore. If you were like me growing up, you probably didn’t heed your mother’s words when she told you to take off your shoes when you entered the house.
Hanging Shoe Storage For Under $5
A hanging organizer called SKUBB from IKEA some minor customization made into a soft, hanging shoe organizer for several pairs of shoes. This method may not be the best solution where kids(or untidy adults) are involved since it takes actual effort to place the shoes into the pockets. Either way this solution wins for economy!
Wall Mounted Rack for 6 Pairs of Shoes
A wall mounted shoe rack from ½” CPVC pipe fittings from Jeff-Z. He used CPVC because the color went a little better with the RV as opposed to the stark white of PVC. This low profile solution will work well if you have the wall space available in your rig.
Wall Mounted Shoe Organization Rack for Roadtrek Agile.
This shoe storage rack is fabricated from scraps of 1/4 inch thick acrylic plastics and tarp bungee cords to hold the shoes in place. The posts that holds the bungee cords are made from 1/2 inch thick acrylic plastic. The shoe rack was painted black to match the appliances trim colors. 3M double sided tape was used to attach the shoe rack on the wall.