So we've been hiding out on Whidbey Island getting the inside perfected while we wait. These are a few (terrible) shots of the original motif.
And now, introducing the newly renovated, salvage chic decor....
Here is our beautiful little kitchen, with our "master bedroom" in the back! (for you non-RV gurus, the driving area is below the bed, behind the ladder). The door with the mirror leads to our bathroom and opposite of that is the outside door.
A very dear friend gifted us the most darling tiny mason jars, intended to be shot glasses. We used some Museum Putty to affix them to the serving window to transform them into wild flower vases (#wildflowerwedneday here I come!). Holds strong, even when in motion.
We ripped out the oven and are replacing it with our portable camp stove. This frees up space, since we need our stove for tent camping anyways.
We replaced the hardware on the cabinets and drawers, and slapped on about a million coats of paint to cover that HORRID '70s wood paneling.
Our accent wall is made from reclaimed cedar shingles rescued from a neighbor's yard-waste.
The counter-top, ladder, kitchen hood and full-length mirror are up-cycled from the original RV interior. We installed new faux-hardwood floor planks and cut a thrifted coffee bean bag to create a makeshift curtain.