Originally Posted by Ian Walker
Don't forget to include as much room for clothes closets as possible. There's never enough even in the biggest trailers. Also install your master panel for lights, tank levels etc right beside the door where you come in. It's amazing where trailer designers place light switches. They obviously don't have to live in the trailer.
Funny you mention the closet space. When we were going through the layout, my wife thought the closet/wardrobe in the back wouldn't be necessary to replace....until I reminded her about clothes storage LOL. My plan is to build back the hanging wardrobe/dresser in the rear and most likely add more dresser type units in the lower bunk bed/storage area.
And a big hell yes on the panel and switches! This is definitely one of the major advantages to this project. Lighting, panels, switches and all other electrical will be exactly where and how I want it