Originally Posted by longdog
Any suggestions on how to make the rather-snug-for-two rear bed a bit more comfortable, in particular that cold aluminum interior wall? And every time I roll over at night, I seem to hit one venetian blind or another, raising a huge clatter.
The classic solution applied by Airstream in their vintage coaches was a comfort panel -- basically a quilt that attaches to the wall with snaps. A photo of the comfort panels on my '64 Overlander can be seen in the photo below:
Comfort panels with mattress in-place.
Comfort panel with mattress removed.
I am afraid that I can't offer a solution for the mini-blind problem.