At home in the kitchen
The outside cupboards take up the entire left side of the caravan. A sliding frame that holds the fridge/freezer and two-burner gas stove pulls out of the hull at the nose end. Another frame that fits two plastic basins next to each other folds out from the tip of the sliding frame. The mounted tap next to the stove provides hot and cold water in the basins. Two separate drawers with all the cutlery and crockery pull out from underneath the stove. The grocery cupboard with its three shelves is on the opposite side of the door – a door that doesn’t fold down to make a work surface, like you usually see. This door opens to the right and has quite a few canvas pouches on the inside big enough for cereal boxes. In the cupboard there’s a foldedup work surface that’s kept in place with an elastic strap. It folds down, with the three shelves behind it. The light is at the top of the cupboard, and is bright enough that you can also see what you’re doing at night. At the bottom corner of the body is a concealed cupboard built into the hull that’s ideal for a few boxes of long-life milk or three to four 5 ℓ water bottles. The “liquor cabinet” is built into the inside of the entrance door. The door also has canvas pouches on the inside, and there’s space to put five wine bottles upright. In front of the bottles there’s a fold-out surface that you can use as a tray.