Below are simple pictures and explanations of what we did.
I have a post about this kitchen modification here.
A post about the vent modification here.
A post about creating a place to do my makeup here.
I installed a new shower head (Oxygenics® BodySpa Handheld Shower Head). It was about $40 and it is much better than the old one. I also put a mount lower for my son who is 6 years old so that it is at a more convenient place for him.
Under one of the bunks that fold up there was originally a couch, however when we purchased the camper the couch had already been removed. We put storage cubes on each side and made a desk. Since we work from home this desk was a must for us.
This one is simple. Add a command hook behind the toilet to hang the toilet wand.
More kitchen organization! I used command hooks to hang measuring cups and pot holders, I used a label maker to print out the size of each cup and put it next to each hook.
I used zip ties whenever we traveled to make sure the cabinets didn't open while on the road. I learned the hard way about doing this because the first trip we took we opened up the fifth wheel after a day of driving to find all my Pyrex baking dishes had fell out of the cabinet above the refrigerator and there was glass everywhere.
I added shelves above the windows so that there is extra storage while parked. The shelves are from IKEA. They are actually picture ledges that I cut to size.
I made curtains for the kids' bunks. I used a shower curtain to hang them up and just bought fabric and sewed a curtain. This way the kids have some sense of privacy.
These were just some of the camper modifications we did to make living in a camper more comfortable and convenient.