Friday, July 5, 2013

Trailer Trash: Interior- Before Photos Part 1


Welcome, let me give you the grand tour
of the Flop House, a fine vacation home!








Please come in, and watch your step.
Feel welcome to stay awhile and put your feet up!








Here we have a seating area.
We're going for the vintage decor look.








And here we have a counter
with a sink and cooktop. So modern!






We are finally keeping up
with the Joneses.







This couch area pulls out to a bed...







This furnace will probably go because
I think we will blow up if we fire her up.








Ah, skylight!





You're charmed, I'm sure!

7 comments:

Pam said...

I am so envious of your new trailer. I You are living my dream! BTW, that couch fabric is a keeper :)

ImSoVintage said...

You are going to have so much fun fixing it up. Definitely charmed :)

KrippledWarrior said...

thank you from the bottom of my heart, for your words of encouragement and prayers,
Kurt

Jan said...

Ooooooh, I've wanted a little pull behind camper for so long. It's going to be so much fun renovating her (him?!) I'm so glad I found your blog - will be looking for updated pictures of your little beauty. -- Jan

NanaDiana said...

LOL- I can't wait to see that baby all pimped out. You know you are going to work some wonderful magic on her...and, by the way...did you name her YET? xo Diana

Blessed Serendipity said...

These photos will only make the after photos look even BETTER. It's going to be such a fun project. I have a little trailer I've been working on too. If they came all dolled up and pretty they just wouldn't mean the same to us would they? I am so excited to see what you're gonna do to make her look her best.

Danielle

Adam Lane said...

I know this wrote some time ago, but just figured I would leave a comment. I went through and read all the posts on your camper. It has turned out great. You guys have turned it into quite the gem. I picked up an old camper for free a few years ago that needed some MAJOR repairs and renovations done to it. I ended up cutting off about 6 feet from the back of the camper and building a cedar porch. And with only 6 feet cut off I had one HUGE mess laying next to my camper. My wife wasn't very happy and the city wasn't either. I have many more things I have to do yet, such as replace the windows and the old door, replace most of the framing, replace the floor, etc. So I do somewhat know what you guys have went through and I have so much respect for ya'll for making it turn out so beautiful. Great job!

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