VW Camper Interiors for Split Screen & Bay Window Vans.
Here at Wize Services we take pride in what we do. With over ten year of successful camper van sales under our belt with our sister company Morecambe & Wize Sales Ltd, we have learnt a thing or two when it comes to VW camper interior conversions.
All our cabinetry is made right here on site using the very latest CNC machinery and materials by skilled professionals with years of coach building experience. We have over 50 veneer finishes that can be applied to our light weight Vohringer ply sheets. These are then carefully crafted to form your VW camper interior units, kitchen blocks, wardrobes, buddy seats and cabinets. We have three pre configured bay window layouts and three Split Screen layouts to choose from.
VW Bay Window Interior Camper Conversions
We’ve come up with three classic designs for our Bay Window interior camper conversions, which cleverly balance storage, space, sleeping area and facilities.
Dawn – This is the your for those who like to relax! With a full width Morecambe & Wize Rock ‘n’ Roll bed there’s plenty of space two so spread out for a good nights sleep. The top box provides extra storage above the bed while the half kitchen Unit ensures you have all the facilities you need for a weekend away. The rear facing buddy seat makes for sociable dining at the removable table. This works well on a weekender Tin Top Bay window.
Sunrise – This camper van interior is for those who want to maximise storage while still being able to have the latest kitchen and cooking facilities available. The 3/4 width Rock ‘n’ Roll bed is big enough for two to sleep comfortably enabling the addition of a a half height wardrobe and storage cupboard toward the tailgate. Again the rear facing buddy seat makes for sociable dining at the removable table, with a top box above the bed providing even more storage. Great for this who simply must have everything on board during their camping trip.
Sunset – This one is for the traditionalists. Based on the classic Westfalia interior from the late 60’s and early 70’s this interior layout successfully attempts to offer the best off all worlds. Design, space, facilities and storage. Again, the 3/4 width Rock ‘n’ Roll bed is big enough for two to sleep comfortably enabling the addition of a a half height wardrobe and storage cupboard toward the tailgate. Moving the kitchen facilities to a kitchen pod next to the sliding door opens up the cargo area to make room for a buddy seat and a large social dining and sitting area. This works great with the addition of a Pop Top and is one of our most popular interior camper conversions.
VW Split Screen Interior Camper Conversions
With the split screen a little smaller in cubic feet than its younger brother the Bay, we have had to be a little more clever when it comes to the Split Screen camper van interiors.
Dusk – The 3/4 width Rock ‘n’ Roll bed is big enough for two to sleep comfortably enabling the addition of a a half height wardrobe and storage cupboard toward the tailgate. There’s also a huge storage cupboard that runs down the side of the camper meaning you can pack everything you need for a week away in here. Utilising the Split Screens side opening doors we have designed a kitchenette that sits nicely against the front door meaning you don’t have to go without basic facilities while you are away.
Moonlight – This is the layout with all the room! A full width (Morecambe & Wize) Rock ‘n’ Roll bed sons the whole rear of the bus making it large enough for you and your friends, ooo err! The kitchen block provides your basic cooking and sink, while the rear facing buddy seat makes for sociable dining at the removable table with both the buddy seat base and top box providing the storage. A great weekender we think.
Twilight – Got a bulk head that you want to keep? Then this one is for you. The large bench seat provides an oversized buddy seat great for both storage and sitting your family around the table. Again there’s a 3/4 width Rock ‘n’ Roll bed is big enough for two to sleep comfortably enabling the addition of a a half height wardrobe and storage cupboard toward the tailgate. The kitchenette is sneaky hung on the opening door which looks great when you pull up at the campsite and swing open those double doors.
We know there’s a lot to consider but ultimately it comes down to sleeping space or storage as we can get basic cooking facilities into most campers these days. Don’t forget if you don’t have a pop top we can fit a cab bunk across the front cab area to provide a cosy children sleeping area. Remember the choosing your layout is just the start of it, next it’s on to the Upholstery and soft furnishings. Decisions, decisions!
Ready to get your camper booked in for it’s interior conversion? Need to ask us a few questions? Get in touch with us now.