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Ryan_V

fish house floor plan ideas??

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By buddies and I are looking at redoing the interior of our 10 X 16 on Mille Lacs. we're looking to open it up a little more as far as space. I'll try and give you an idea of what it is like now. we have an entry way (maybe 4' X 3' or 4' X 4'). on the end with the entryway, there is a dinette (like in a camper) that folds down to a bed if needed. the other end is a single lower bunk with a large shelf above for storage. in the middle is the heater and stove on one side, and a futon on the other. we are going to take the futon out, it just takes up too much space!! I was thinking of putting a folding bunk on that wall that would fold up during the day. then I thought about putting a sleeping bunk above the dinette and leave the dinette down at all times, then putting a table in the other side where the bunk is. Were also thinking of taking out the entryway as well, I'm torn about this though. its nice to have that space seperate to keep wet boots/ect out.

Does anyone have any ideas they've used in the past that I might use?? How about some pictures?? any help/ideas will be appreciated. we are in the planning stages. I should say one of my buddies is in a wheelchair, that's why I want to open it up for him. if you have pics, you can e-mail them to rverdeck@earthlink.net

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