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Sometimes you must find creative ways to put a desk in an RV. It might mean removing a piece of furniture you don’t often use or reconfiguring the space. Will you use two sofas? If not, take out one and replace it with a workstation.
First, you can’t turn an entire space into an office unless you have a separate room, such as a mid-bunk or bunkhouse. You usually need to share the living room as a family space. The bedroom needs to bring peace and rest and not flood your mind with tomorrow’s to-do list. So being flexible with your areas will help transform your RV into an office.
Tear Out and Replace the Dinette One of the most common and easiest solutions is replacing the dinette with a workstation. Some RVers do this for homeschooling purposes, as well. It can provide a space for kids to focus and get schoolwork done. Small dinette spaces may not work for a larger family.
If you don’t need a bunkhouse for extra sleeping spaces, get rid of those bunks or sofas and create a separate work area. You’ll have an office where you can close the door, have video calls, and enjoy a quieter environment.
Additionally, use modular furniture instead of residential ones. This reduces the weight and allows you to move them when not in use. Modular pieces can separate or change shape to fit in smaller spaces. Like the Lagun or fold-down table listed above, you’ll have numerous office furniture options that work well for RVs.
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