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RV Booth Remodel – 2008 Monaco Camelot

I wanted to share a really fantastic remodel of a RV booth in a 2008 Monaco Camelot that I came across. I think this idea has far reaching interest as many of the people in the RV community are looking for clever ways to redo their RV booths and sitting areas to maximize usability.  A gentleman out of Irondale, AL decided to upgrade his stock RV booth situation and move to something more functional for his use. He spent a lot of time on the laptop in the booth and found it to be a sub par experience. So the booth was redesigned to be setup for a laptop (pull out shelf), a printer (roll out drawer), hanging files,  and storage.

He estimates the total cost for this rv booth remodel to be around $1150 for the desk and the installation. They also spent $975 for the two additional dining chairs.

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The result is a much more functional and modern use of the space. You could easily add a few more chairs to make it a card table or other entertainment uses. In the gallery of images below, the first shows how the RV booth comes from the manufacturer on the 2008 Monaco Camelot. The pictures that follow show you the time lapse of the project and a few images of the finished product. Very impressive and something that I know many of us have considered.

RV Booth Remodel – 2008 Monaco Camelot

 

The work was done by a craftsman named Chris Berry out of Russellville, Alabama. Chris worked for Tiffin Motor Home for 9 years and has been involved with custom woodworking for 14 years. If your interested in doing something like this for your self and find your self in northern Alabama, I would encourage you to reach out to Chris for a consultation. His website offers a contact number of 256-810-4707.  You can have a look at some of the projects he has completed at the services page on his website, http://www.chrisberryswoodwork.com.

Source: IRV2

 




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