Warning negative comments coming so feel free to ignore them. The door looks to me as if it opens the wrong way. And the flooring sample looks dirty before it has even been walked on. Back to minding my own business now.
RV doors swing open to the outside. That is for a couple of reasons. First reason is that it is easier to get a good watertight seal with the bulb seal on the door compressing against the frame. The second reason is an inward swinging door on an RV takes up way too much room in the interior when you want to leave the door open for instance when you have a screen door installed behind the exterior door. As there is not an operable window in that door it is quite likely they will want to use a screen door.
Not sure if Linda meant innie-outie or leftie-rightie
Yeah Linda. Good eye. Who needs a door anyway when you can just walk around it thru the big hole in the wall.
Chester thinks they take to many cheeseAnd cracker breaks and don't hit their thumb with a hammer enough.