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Old 01-11-2018, 03:30 PM   #1
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Default Our 89 Voyager 25L

Here are a few photos of our camper pre renovation...



Kitchen, not the old floor...



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Couch n bunk


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Yellow Plastic everywhere!


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Old 01-11-2018, 03:35 PM   #2
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Started cleaning up and planning for projects like cabinet and floor work. Here is a photo of the hardware cleaned.


I ended up replacing them with hardware that doesn't snag on our clothing after staining the cabinets.


New floor and cabinets in progress


Bathroom floor


Enjoying some of the hard work...
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Cabin Andriod head unit


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Note the painted AC that turned out way nicer than I thought.



On the horizon, upholstery the dinette and couch, refinish countertops, upgrade fridge... more soon!
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love it! good color choices.
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I think the original designers were hunters that really loved some type of camo. After thinking it out, Hi Lo owners almost always come up with FAR BETTER interiors.
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Thank you kindly Treeclimber. I had originally went with a lighter oak type flooring. However, I noticed how easily white showed up when it was lightly scratched. So we went with the grey / white driftwood linoleum. I did a test on flooring scraps by dragging a razor across the surface. You couldn't even see it on the driftwood where the oak was extremely visible.

So far we are loving it and have had it on 2 voyages to Martin Dies State Park and Huntsville State park here in TX. We've had to resolve a few minor plumbing issues and plan to completely remodel the bathroom. There is lots to do but it's also lots of fun!
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Note the wall here is different from the standard wallpaper. The previous owner replaced the wall due to some mildew. He and I are going to replace the rest of the camper walls so they match. I like the clean white "dry erase board" look!
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Nice work, Joe! I like the flooring and the white wall too.

Great choice in cabinet hardware!

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Nice work, Joe! I like the flooring and the white wall too.

Great choice in cabinet hardware!

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Thanks a million Jack. I've yet to comment on your solar post but it was an AWESOME READ and extremely insightful. I hope to set up a similar system in our camper and will probably have a few questions for ya when that time comes. Maybe late summer 2018.
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My DSO and I re-did our inside some time ago and like you I'm always looking for mods. I chose to do our floors in bamboo, which has held up beautifully against beach sand and minor rocks as well as everyday use and spills. It's the good stuff. Your floors look just like the ceramic tiles I put throughout my house. As the photo shows, the walls are done in two different shades of grey and gloss white trim with an upholstery update (We often bring the sewing machine with us). Keep the good work, congrats to you.
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