You will enjoy your 26RR. Others have described the water heater access. At the front left under the bed in the storage area is access to the other side of the heater and a panel protecting it from stuff moving in the outside access storage. That panel can be replaced and redesigned to give more space for storage. So an the panel protecting the plug for the heater inside the left hand wardrobe and the panel in the RH cupboards protecting the wiring for the light switches. All those panels are placed so they could easily (read: lazily!) screw into a stud.
I have put 3 fence posts across my trailer as per other people's suggestions - one for a rhino black hose & fittings, one for a folding ladder, and a spare at this point.
I have also made a box to go over the RH wheel arch (based on the work by another RR owner). It can fit my coffee maker, electric jug, toaster, 12v vacuum cleaner, some spares and tools, etc. it also makes a good bench for these when we are parked.
When I get home the supplied (dangerous collapsing non storable) table will be removed and my $30 Walmart folding table be the one we carry. In the photo you can see the supplied table on its edge with an orange strap holding it.
The white plastic drawer system I usually pull apart to make two sets of 1 large and 1 small drawer each and they fit under the seats. I have two sets of these - one for each side. Cupboards get extra shelves and the entertainment unit a set of wire shelving to make it a pantry.
One of the drawers in the kitchen has two pieces of wood to support a cutlery holder and all the other implements go below it. The hanging rails in the wardrobes if moved towards the back of the wardrobes by 2.5 inches will hold a full size plastic hanger with no interference with the door. We have a set of plastic drawers in ours and just a few inches of hinging space.
I love farkling my bike and my 26RR.
Enjoy yours as much as I am mine on its maiden camping trip - just 16 miles from home.
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