If a kitchen is the heart of the home, it should be the same for your RV. Whether you’re in the market for something new, looking to make updates to your current recreational vehicle kitchen or just curious about what’s new, this list from Lazydays RV is sure to provide some inspiration.
With more space, Class As offer the room for more top-of-the-line kitchen amenities. While you still likely won’t have the spaciousness of home, these rigs still have space for everything for residential appliances, ample counter space and more storage than some of their smaller counterparts.
Cornerstone models don’t just offer premium size, but also feature kitchens with residential-size appliances that come standard. You’re sure to feel right at home with an induction cooktop, convection microwave oven, diswasher and a Samsung refrigerator complete with ice maker and water dispenser. This is a kitchen that’s easy to call home.
More compact Class C RVs call for smaller kitchens than larger Class A rigs. But that doesn’t mean compromising on style or convenience. Many Class Cs still provide all the appliances you’ll need on the road and make the most of counter space.
A Super C Class, this RV offers four different floor plans each designed to accommodate the needs of different RVers. While the layout may change, the convenient and practical amenities are standard. These items include a 3-burner gas cooktop with oven, residential refrigerator with ice maker, microwave, solid surface countertops and sink covers and a stylish decorative backsplash.
If you’re concerned about counter space and storage, a fifth wheel is for you. Generally offering more living space than other classes, fifth wheels mean more kitchen space perfect for foodies on the road.
This toy hauler takes RV kitchen functionality to the next level with style. The counter space provided by a convenient peninsula means room for gourmet meals as well as a double kitchen sink and a notable amount of storage. You’ll also enjoy large, residential appliances and a cozy fireplace.
A popular option among newer RVers, travel trailer offer a huge range of sizes and designs. Larger models offer more space for kitchens, so keep this in mind if you’re shopping.
It’s no secret that Airstream RVs offer one-of-a-kind style. What you might not know is that they also offer extremely well designed kitchen spaces across models. The Flying Cloud effortlessly utilizes a fairly small space to create a kitchen that’s as functional as it is stunning. Featuring plenty of storage and counter space, the well-planned design includes built-ins and a convenient dining area for extra prep space.
No matter how you slice it, Class B motorhomes feature small space and smaller kitchens. While designers have come up with innovative, space-maximizing solutions for this small rigs, this isn’t the kitchen for making big meals on the road.
This cozy Class B doesn’t compromise style for it’s small space. Featuring a Corian countertop and helpful flip up extension, you’ll still have room to make meals on the road. The Pleasure-Way Plateau FL also includes a refrigerator, 2-burner stove and a microwave/convection stove.