That's why I mentioned it. Quite a coincidence. And you didn't even see my bus; you only saw my tricycle with the steamroller tires.
Keep up the good work -- you are building "Millicent"!
The bunks in my pix are on the left side, but of course you transfer that to the right. The sequence then along the right wall will be dinette, consisting of two bus seats and a home made table; kitchen which is just a counter with a tiny sink, a propane camping stove, and some work space, with a tiny fridge under; then the bunks; and behind that the bath room with a large shower stall and normal size toilet, and a small sink.
In my bus, the last 16 feet is cargo space, but in your model it should all fit perfectly along one wall. Your third window will be (if you choose to go this way) above the bath sink, and finally you have a lounge the full width of the bus in the very back, taking full advantage of the gorgeous rear wall.
As for the grill, mine is a real Peterbilt grill that I added onto the front for fun. It looks over-the-top, which is the whole idea. Ask your husband if he can find a scratched-up real one at work, which is how I got mine! LOL
Bath at early stage of construction. There is now a sink and a window in the middle, and a door just like in a house. No, I donâ€™t know why there is a pair of crutches in the shower. LOL
Grill (before cleaning) with name plate and guard duck.
Aftermath of BM 2007. Itâ€™s further along now, but still not finished. Dinette on the left. Small kitchen counter behind the dinette -- where the boxes are. Then transfer bunks and bath to other wall, further back. Ignore metal bulkhead at the ceiling -- thatâ€™s just where my cargo space begins.
I should mention that Millicent is two feet taller than normal. Yes, big job. But you can fake that, since people will not likely be able to judge proportions that accurately.