The time has finally come to finish the last room in the bus. The bathroom. Previously in the bathroom, we built our closet and vanity, installed and plumbed our tub, built a tub surround, and installed the toilet. The time finally came to take care of the walls and ceiling
Last time, we built and began installing cabinet doors and drawer fronts. Today, we share how we finished installing the rest of the doors with IKEA Utrusta hinges, installed IKEA drawers, and put the finishing touch on with all of the handles.
For the upper cabinets in the kitchen, we
While building out the interior of the bus, we had chosen to wait on adding the cabinet doors and drawer fronts until we were closer to being finished. We knew that they would very likely become damaged while the bus was still a huge construction zone. Finally, the time had
After making the decision to completely replace the 57-year-old defrost system with an aftermarket system, it was time to begin the installation. There were quite a few pieces and parts to map out: hoses, adapters, pumps, valves, cables, vents, and more hoses. Of course, it was not a simple drop-in
It seems like dash areas are one of the last places bus converters address (if they ever do). We are certainly no exception there. Part of the reason was that we didn’t want to ding and scratch up a nice new finished area coming in and out of the
For the last few years, we have had this next project lingering in the back of our minds, waiting for inspiration to strike. What we didn’t know was how in the world we could actually make it work. What is it? A couch that is also a table that
When we decided to travel in a motorhome versus a truck and trailer, we knew that we would need to find the safest way for the kids to be seated. Of course, there would have to be seat belts. In addition, we have two children that are still in car