Class C motorhomes are designed and marketed towards today's younger families. They are set up to carry more people and normally have more sleeping areas than the "Class A" motorhomes. What they dont take into consideration is the wear and tear a family with children will put the interior through.
Carpet is generally installed everywhere except the kitchen and bathroom, fabric upholstery on the sofa and worse yet on the dinette cushions where the kids eat their meals. This week we had a customer with a family come to us and ask what could be done to make their interior more family friendly.
He wanted to eliminate as much carpet as possible, and install a new sofa and dinette cushions. We suggested installing a hideabed, covered in ultra leather and equipped with an air-coil mattress. This would be easier to care for, as well as provide a comfortable bed. We built matching ultra leather dinette cushions with high density foam inside.
On the floor this customer choose to install a laminate floor. We installed a wood look laminate on all of the main flooring areas, as well as on the slidout where the dinette booth is. We removed the carpet in the cab area and installed a Ford factory molded rubber mat.
The finished product is an interior that will be easy to maintain and will hold up for years to come!
Thanks again for visiting
David A Ast
Dave & LJ's RV Interior Design 360-225-7700 www.customRVint.com
Our goal at Dave and LJ’s is to offer products and services to personalize your RV interiors. Whether we are adding a single product to your RV or doing a complete RV remodel, here at Dave and LJ’s we strive to stay ahead of the latest RV interiors trends on the market.