It gets mentioned quite a bit (search "diagonal sleep") and the feedback from those that did it longer-term seems to have been that it wasn't great. But there's not a whole lot of follow-up for it - mostly design questions. Like yours. 😁Hi
Thinking about optimizine space for a single traveler. A bit too tall to sleep E-W. But I have not seen plans doing this. Any ideas why not?
I am guessing you are thinking of a rear bed with "garage" underneath configuration. One option for a longer bed be to have a slide out extension. For beds along a side wall that approach is also used to make a narrow couch that extends widthwise for use as a bed. There are plenty of examples on this forum and YT.A bit too tall to sleep E-W.
Just park at the supplementary angle?Sleeping at too much of a diagonal could mess with the Feng Shui of your van and you will never get a good night of sleep in your van.
Sleeping at too much of a diagonal could mess with the Feng Shui of your van and you will never get a good night of sleep in your van.
An here I was thinking that my design with a front section that folds up was novel.I can fold up 2 feet of the bed on both the front and the back
Obviously you'd do that feet down so the blood doesn't all go to your head.@RMZ what about exploiting the "forgotten diagonal"?
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