I also have a portable solar panel that will be helpful to keep the batteries charged when boondocking.
Opposite the galley kitchen is the bathroom and closet.
This coach has 2 showers, one inside....one outside.
I'm thinking of using stacking vinyl draws on the step to the right of the marine toilet instead of using this space as a place to hang clothes. The clothes hamper will ride on top of the potty when driving and on the floor in front of the passenger seat when parked.
I call it a modified twin set up.
It is the king set up in the back with the feet cut out which allows access to two drawers below the beds for shoes.
It is wide where you need the width at your shoulders and hips....narrow at the feet.
The little nightstand shown between the pillows is moveable and can be used anywhere in the cabin for a little extra counter table or in this case a nightstand.
It takes less than one minute to turn this sleeping area back to two couches and a table. I'm not sure that I'll be needing to change back and forth very often and it will be nice for me to be able to lay down when my back needs a rest.
LOL, I even learned a few new things watching the video!