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Old 08-25-2016, 06:54 PM   #1
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Suggestions on remodeling

Hi, I do not yet own and RV but am very much wanting to get one and live on the road. I am a seamstress and want to be able to remodel with a build in sewing station. I want something small, only need the basics in the kitchen. Does anyone have recommendations on what trailers might be good for me to buy?

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Not sure if you are looking for a motorhome or trailer/fifth wheel? Either way, one that has a bunk bed section could work with not too much remodeling (electrical, wall paneling, and some cabinets). Your sewing center would fit in the area nicely. You may find a used unit that has been modified to accommodate you. Hope you know someone, or are handy yourself for this project!
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Egwilly is right not enough information.
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Old 08-30-2016, 11:41 PM   #4
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My wife brings all of her sewing equipment with her and we basically use the dinette area. It would be better if I had a bunk bed area because that would allow me to make another sewing table for her that would be similar but smaller than the one she has at home. With the ironing area and Olfa cutting board taking up room the more room the better.
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