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How To Convert A Bunkhouse Into An Office For Under $200 [VIDEO]

This post was updated on April 18th, 2024

You might think that Marc and Julie Bennett were crazy for buying a large Tiffin Allegro motorhome with a bunkhouse since they have no kids.

This couple knew what they were doing though, and getting the bunkhouse model wasn’t an oversight.

While they planned to travel the United States and Canada at a leisurely pace, Marc still had to work 40 hours a week from their rig.

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Before buying the RV, they planned on swapping out the bunkhouse for a customized office space that’s both private and peaceful.

Total cost? Less than $200.


Original video by RVLove

Well that turned out great. 🙂

It seems every week you read a news article about the benefits of location-independent employees. As more companies transition to a remote workforce, and younger people hit the road in RVs, it might be helpful if RV manufacturers recognized this growing trend and considered adding dedicated office space to their models.

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