We've been searching the net but nothing solid as of yet. I have a thread in the general section looking for ideas....
I am partial to having a wrap around dinette at the front with a table that would make a double or queen bed. We have about 6' 6" from the windows to the door, leaving a bit of space from the front door frame for extra large people. Also, we could leave a bit of ledge around the back for holding drinks, or for small children to climb and get there fingerprints in places that make you stand back and say, "Now, how in the heck did he get pudding prints up there???"
The range fan/vent is on the left side of the f/door so we thought that we would put the range there with the sink beside it. fridge vent is opposite the range...sorta. so its likely destined to stay there.
The aftermarket door in the back is the conundrum....what do we do.? its one of those things that regardless of the final decision it will limit the final design, possibly forever. Utility closet with outside access is at the top of the list right now....with an outside bathroom access coming in at a close second. With the dinette at the front this may free up the space for the bathroom to be a bit bigger on the curbside. weight distribution may be an issue at some point though if the range, bathroom, and sink are all on one side.
We were also thinking about switching the inside skin to aluminum where it would be visible. If so we would take out the front control panel, this may cause the "purists" to gasp
I am not a purist....to an extent. I do believe that the style should remain Airstreamy but she's an '88 Excella and I'm really not into the late '80's motif. I was there once before, skin tight jeans and "hair band" style mullets and all, I have no desire or need to go back. Btw, is an Airstream a "she"? or is that completely politically INcorrect??
This is turning into more of an interior reno thread than a sealant issue...sorry. I'm probably going to put this same post in my other thread on interior design, please don't judge me for copying and pasting.