The alchemy of turning wood into iron is pretty easy as it turns out. It's called Rust-Oleum Universal All Surface Flat Metallic Soft Iron Spray Paint and Primer in 1. I really couldn't have asked for a better color. I have a thing about grey. Perhaps you've noticed a pattern evolving here?!
The furnishings would now blend with the interior in a minimalistic camouflage of soft iron grey. The putrid color schemes of most RVs and even typical conversion vans have always given my eyes a type of visual nauseousness.
Putting a brace between the table and the bunk served three purposes really. The first purpose was to brace both structures in place without bolting them to the vehicle. The second was to provide an effective half-wall behind which to securely stack crates of glass show inventory and supplies. And the third purpose was to keep me from using the back doors as an entrance and egress. The back bumper is short and rounded, a perfect trap just waiting to cause a slip and fall accident.
With a little wiggle here and there, it would appear that most everything will fit as I had hoped. Again, my glass show inventory, tools, and supplies will take up more room than my every day living supplies will.
I embrace minimalism pretty well. And while that's true, it's also true that I sell trinkets and dust catchers for other folks to clutter up their lives with. Oh the irony of it all but that's life!