When we bought our truck camper at the beginning of July we knew we only had a couple of weeks to get it squared away for our trip to South Carolina at the end of the month. We were on a time crunch to say the least!
The first thing we did upon bringing it home was to check all systems out. Everything works (that we can tell at the moment) and it was good to go. We could have taken it the way it was but honestly it smelled like it had been closed up for a long time and it really needed some deep cleaning. Next thing I know I am going on a painting frenzy!
The interior was outdated and blah. We thought white cabinets would brighten every thing up! It sure did.
I will be adding a tile backsplash but for now some leftover yellow paint from the cabin works just fine.
I had the teal left over from our cabin door. I really like how that pop of color looks!
Didn’t do a drastic change in the dinette. The cushions and fabric were still in good order but we added new curtains and of course painted all the cabinetry white. The walls we went with a real light tan.
The bathroom before had that hideous wallpaper. I stripped it all off and then painted with an exterior semi gloss paint. I know it won’t hold up forever to the water. When we get back we will be tiling the walls of the bathroom and replacing the flush toilet with our compost toilet.
The bed area before had a cabinet above where our heads were. The space is tight enough without that cabinet so we removed it. Painted the walls a lighter version of the bathroom by adding some white to it.
Whew! It was a lot of work and we accomplished it all in just two weeks. We also redid the floors! We had some leftover flooring from the cabin. We think it turned out great.
We have made our way out to South Carolina – an 1800 mile trip! It’s been a lot easier than pulling the trailer (even we did tow our 4 Runner) and so far everything’s been great!
Before leaving for South Carolina we went to Ojo Caliente Mineral Hot springs. I will be doing a post on that amazing place soon!