One can’t understand Aussie culture well if camping is left out; it’s not an exaggeration to say camping is in our genes. It’s all worthy of praise, particularly now when the modern lifestyles leave no room for trips to nature, just thinking how much we’re all persistent in keeping up with tradition and making the most of life, resting and relaxing outdoors. What this means is our motorhomes are precious to us and a significant component of our lives, they’re our homes on wheels. The secret to a camping experience of a lifetime every time you take to the road is in the kind of motorhome or campervan you have, though not just taking the exterior features and brand into consideration but the interior layout as well.
The layout is so much more important than meets the eye because it’s connected with comfort. Namely, unless your layout is in the perfect order that works in helping you make the most of every trip, you’d either feel the need to replace the vehicle or give up on camping altogether. Let’s take eating for example, at home you have all the comfort cooking and eating round the table having bonding meals with your family, but space is somewhat limited in the case of your motorhome and that’s why shopping for motorhome tables should be among your top priorities. There are all types of tables available to meet the specific needs of everyone.
Some prefer having a table same way they do in their dining room so they opt for the side diner solution, whereas those who don’t mind setting up the table for every meal and snack, should go for the compact folding tables. Along with the choice of motorhome tables, you should also give the kitchen some thought, decide whether you’re up for a central one or an end one. It’s all up to the space you intend to use and how close other features are placed, for instance the living room or bedroom furniture and its upholstery vulnerable to stains and damages. The size of the kitchen can give you a hint to the size and type of table you could use. The point is to create a layout that’s functional and doesn’t cramp the space. Next, the lounging area!
What would a home on wheels be without the lounging area? After all, camping is time for relaxation. Great thing about motorhome lounges is that they are the perfect blend of comfort and functionality, being designed to easily be converted to bedding. The difference between the standard and twin lounge is in the converting, with twin being the more suitable one for a family. Last but not least, of course, the washroom options. If you’re the kind of person who likes to have everything together, then end washrooms containing all separate units are the choice for you, whereas if you don’t mind having separate shower room and loo, opt for centre washrooms. When you’re a solo traveller, compactness does the trick, but when you’re travelling with your SO or the whole family, there are more people to take into account, and by all means, be sure to consider everyone’s opinion when shopping.