Not sure I’ll be able to describe how my new curtain will look but I think this RV must have come with a curtain in the cab at some time probably long ago, 1991. there are little plastic hooks all along the cab top which will close off the cab from the coach. I had already made window covers using reflexits wrong spelling I think but it is a product that looks like bubble wrap, is used for insulation , I used it to block heat in TX and now to block cold in NM. I covered the inside view with fabric so it looks nice and not so home depot looking. I have a lavender sheet that will work great just fine. I’ll make little tags to hook over the plastic hooks, the sheet is large enough to gather to make it look soft. I should probably stop and sew this now.Stop the presses! That lavender sheet didn’t work as I thought and then I remembered another Indian fabric I should use instead, it looks great! I have some photos , the area is a little dark but if I lighten the photo you miss the exuberance of the colors. I love it, it looks like a secret room back there. Remember that a class C RV is open to the cab, that is the passenger chair turned around to face inside.
After falling getting down for my loft a couple times, I decided to not take chances and so my bed is taking up the space of what would be the ugly table and benches, I don’t miss them at all. I have a small table that folds up and takes only a little space. I wish I could show you how bright and beautiful the colors in these fabrics are. I love my little space.
It may be hard to see what’s what here if you don’t know how my RV is situated, the chair that you see in the second photo is the passenger seat turned around, yes I mentioned that and my bed is there on the left covered with yet another beautiful Indian fabric that I’v e made into a quilt. my loft is above of course, So now you don’t see the steering wheel or dash. Cozy and i love it.