Interior photos of a 20 foot van

 
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mattkurvink
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 09, 2013 11:47 am    Post subject: Interior photos of a 20 foot van Reply with quote

Here are a few interior photos of a 20 foot van that was on display at the 2013 caravan shows (now sold):

Looking forward:


Kitchen with stove / oven / grill and built in microwave:



Overhead cabinets (note the hidden hinges):



Full queen size island bed:



Full queen size island bed:



Café dining with large dining table in place:



Fridge and pantry (note the new silver fridge):



Looking from the entry and the fridge / pantry and the café dining:



Separate shower and toilet:



Vanity and toilet:



Shower recess:



Looking forward in the van from the ensuite:



Café dining with optional 'coffee table' in place:



Storage drawer under 'coffee table':



Pantry storage:



Café dining with 'coffee table':



Optional laminate bench edging:



Kitchen (note stainless look laminate splash back):



Kitchen LED lighting:



Looking back in the van from the bedroom:



Top load washing machine:



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PostPosted: Fri Aug 09, 2013 5:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hello Mat,

We have now had our 20 ft van for 8 months and are on our first big adventure. A couple of suggestions that we believe may improve the functionallity of the van.

1. If the sink drain area was on the stove side the curtains would not be an issue when washing the dishes. Presently they are susceptible to getting wet and stained.

2. The sink ought to be as close to the stove as practicable. One could then easily and safely transfer a pot full of boiling/sizzling matter to the draining section of the sink without the need for any heat proof material upon which to place the pot/fry pan.

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 09, 2013 6:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ajay and Fletch wrote:
Hello Mat,

1. If the sink drain area was on the stove side the curtains would not be an issue when washing the dishes. Presently they are susceptible to getting wet and stained.


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Ajay and Fletch,

Re: Kitchen curtains. I found the same thing a problem (some dont)...SO, I pulled them both out, and turned one of them in to a roman blind. Problem solved. Lets more light in too.



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PostPosted: Fri Aug 09, 2013 10:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mmmm,
Mine is as you suggest and it's a bit of a pain drying dishes and putting them in the drawers around someone while they are washing.
Also bench space is split by sink.
I guess it's what compromise fits best.

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