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Merrykalia

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Posted: 01/05/20 11:14am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

If you are not wanting to buy new, find a used camper with the floorplan that you like and paint the cabinets a really nice off-white or white, change out the awful window valances (who in the world designed these nasty things) and you will have exactly what you want. Take the doors off, lightly sand the cabinet and spray them. Use light coats and spray them numerous times. Finish them off with a coat or two of polyurethane.

Yes, this will take you a while to do, but when you get a new camper, you will always want to do some things to it to make it yours.

Just my suggestion.


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Our current fifth wheel has the dark brown upholstery and darker wood trim but light colored walls (frig, oven and microwave are black, too). Our new rig on order will have beige colored leather furniture (they call it "linen"), lighter woodwork, and stainless steel appliances with light colored walls. Coupled with HUGE windows everywhere, it will open up the space considerably and make those days that we're rained in far less dreary. (Rig info in signature.)

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Second Chance wrote:

Our current fifth wheel has the dark brown upholstery and darker wood trim but light colored walls (frig, oven and microwave are black, too). Our new rig on order will have beige colored leather furniture (they call it "linen"), lighter woodwork, and stainless steel appliances with light colored walls. Coupled with HUGE windows everywhere, it will open up the space considerably and make those days that we're rained in far less dreary. (Rig info in signature.)

Rob


You new GD is pretty nice inside. Nice blend of colors.

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Thanks for all the suggestions! We may just end up ordering exactly what we want when the time comes. So many choices out there, so much to look at! We live on the east coast and most of our excursions will be to the beach. So that is where my thoughts are on decor.

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