I have big feet, so my toes hit the wall when standing at a counter that does not have one. It also gave us a great place to run our heat ducting from the Propex. There is some 'dead space' currently, but I'm sure we'll eventually find something to stuff in there.Speaking of toe kick, I've been wondering if it's a good idea in a van. Our current apartment only has this on one spot maybe 2 ft long or less. Basically light prep, cocktails, coffee. I just went over there and I don't think I have ever stood close enough to get my toes under there. In the van, raising everything a few inches wastes all that space. Does anyone even like toe kick?
Initially I planned to block off the cab with the kitchen and bathroom, but I got great advise here against that, for safety reasons, and and for when I want to park stealth. I need to be able to access the back without opening the side door, and I'd not even thought about that. The people here help you think.I got my 136' HT delivered couple of months ago and still thinking over the floor plan.
I won't. I cut it down to the minimum of the three essentials: bed bath and kitchen. Once that's in I'll decide on the rest.And that thought process continues as you build. Cardboard has its limitations. Don’t wed yourself to anything and let the creative juices continue to flow. Goodness gracious, that was such a fun time!
Oops. That's a typo. It should say 43" opening. I love the idea of cooking while looking out at the open air. Plus then the sink sprayer works as an outdoor rince-off. There's no window on the other side. I only got the door window and the back windows, and none of them open. But I do like the idea of all that floorspace... hmmmmm...Um—there’s no 83” opening in the van. 😉
When I look at your floor plan, I can’t help but think that if you moved the kitchen to the other side, you'd remove the choke point and open up a big beautiful space. Tradeoffs, of course.