This one's for my girl Jen, who wondered where one puts all the things in a magic bus.
When we first decided to move into a magic bus, I wondered the same thing. It hasn't been as difficult as I had feared. For starters, I have come to realize that I just don't need a bunch of stuffs and things. We really haven't missed all of the things we didn't bring into the bus with us: knick-knacks, excessive quantities of cups and pots and pans and specialty kitchen gadgets, multiple televisions, all those DVDs and CDs that we never enjoyed, clothes we never wore, furniture we never used,
the list could go on and on.
However, that doesn't answer Jen's question. So, I will try.
RV manufacturers have years of experience at making these things hold lots more stuffs than you would think. The couches often have storage compartments built in them, and the dinette banquette seats have storage built under them, the bed has storage underneath it, and there are compartments above everything to store stuffs and things.
I'm too lazy to take pictures of our magic bus, so here's a couple of pictures I found through google.
Our kitchen has fewer cabinets, though.
There are also storage compartments outside.
So I guess the answer to Jen's question is two-fold: we don't have a lot of stuff, and there are a surprising number of storage compartments built into these things.
Now, if I could just get the blankets and hygiene products to quit fornicating, quit buying mustard, and start using some of that shit up, I might have more storage space than I knew what to do with.