Hi all! Longtime lurker, first time poster.
My bf and I are excited to get to work on our skoolie. We are still in the planning stages, and I keep returning to this idea
I saw in a tiny home.
It won't let me link to a specific picture right now, but what I'm interested in is the socket system they're using for the table. It has a few different predetermined mounting places on the floor and can be adjusted to several different heights.
I'm thinking for our living area we could have sockets for it to be a coffee table, dining table, and desk/standing desk. The marine sockets seem to be sufficient to keep the table stationary while moving as well.
I haven't seen any other buses using this system which lead me to wonder - why? Is there something I don't understand fundamentally about the floor of a bus that would make this unadvised? We are also planning on doing a heated floor if that makes any difference.
Thank you for all of your wonderful contributions that I've been frantically googling and thank you in advance for your help!