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You’ve asked so I’ve obliged and today I’m sharing pictures of our little house! If you haven’t read the series yet you might want to catch up on our Fulltime RV Living Journey so far first. We put a lot of thought into the rv we wanted to buy before making our big purchase. We chose to go with the rv that had everything we wanted and needed since we are unsure of how long we will be living here and we wanted a comfortable home that we wouldn’t get sick of quickly! Our home seems to fit us perfectly so far and we are very glad we didn’t compromise in our decision.
We will start the tour in the main bedroom. The one thing I do wish was different was if this bed could be a Murphy Bed! As much as I love the King size it takes up so much room. We don’t use this room but for storage and sleeping though so it’s not too big of a deal. The dresser is built in and the mirrors are one large closet. There is room to hang things up and we also installed shelves for folded items. Oh and Hi! There I am 🙂
A different view of the bedroom. We have a little shelf above the bed that I put a few Willow Tree figurines on. You can also see the hallway in the picture with another mirrored closet. This closet holds my husbands hanging clothes and our washer/dryer and laundry hamper. In that hallway is also the main bathroom.
Oh exciting…a picture of a bathroom! LOL. Pretty basic. Sink, shower, full size tub (that was a must have for us with a baby!). Not much for storage in here so I have a few plastic containers with some things stacked. The sink looks pretty but I’m not a fan of cleaning it!
The best part! My kitchen. I really love everything about this kitchen. The island is movable and I like it crooked like that to have maximum usage. I have a double fridge which I’ve never seen in a camper until we found this one, but let me tell you, when you order your food once a month it’s awesome! I have my Berkey set up next to the sink so we always have fresh clean water. The door you can see in this picture leads into the second room.
The other side of the kitchen/living room area. We have a real wooden table instead of a dinette with cushions and it even has 2 leaves to sit more people. The couch folds out if we would ever need to sleep someone staying over.
A different view of the living room from the kitchen. We have a recliner and the couch. And here you can see the 2 stairs up to the hallway and the bedroom. Next to the outside door there is a second door to the bathroom which we don’t use. So instead we use the stairs for a shoe rack and we put up some of those Command Hooks by the door for a coat rack. Our monthly calender is above the coat rack so it’s easy to see. I also added a large area rug that we had in our big house to the living room floor to make it more homey and to help insulate the camper a little better from the cold. (Our camper is heated underneath but the floor is just linoleum in the living room and still gets cold.)
In the back is the second bedroom, the baby’s room. The room actually has a large loft area where we store extra blankets, bulk foods, and some other things. There is a bathroom and closet in this room (behind that chair) but we don’t use them, just for storage so they don’t need to be accessible. The chair used to be in the corner where I put the little white table and chair. It makes more sense to have something useful!
The other half of the room. This used to be a couch and a bunk bed. We took them both out to install the crib and dresser. On top the dresser is my diaper station.
There isn’t much going on outside since we are parked at a campground for the time being but I though I’d shoot a few pictures anyways! This is our pad. It also has a picnic table. I found the big rug at Walmart (water can go right through so I don’t have to dry it when it gets wet!). We have 2 chairs and a few toys for our loves-to-be-outside baby. We are within walking distance of playgrounds.
My tiny garden is in the back of our pad. I have a container of beans and a trellis for when they get larger (they are pole beans). I have only one lone cucumber plant hanging up since my other one drowned (need to find something else to put in there!). And then 2 tomato plants on the sides (grape tomatoes). I put some little solar light flowers out there for fun. I will be dependent this year on produce from friends and family and the farmer’s market. It will be different but I’m ready for the challenge!