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Old 07-06-2013, 05:34 PM   #1
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New Galley

Not really "new", but I've been doing some fixin' up over the months - a little at a time on a dime. You've probably seen the dining area in my images here, but this is the first of the galley I've shown.



We painted all of the inside the same blue/grey color (ceiling, walls, doors, drawers) - except under the front window. We left the original panelling intact there. We needed to redo most of it because some bozo in the past decided to [apparently] paint some of the woodwork with stain and left the job half done. (They didn't do a very good job.) I think a couple of guys might have used it for a hunting man cave, and it needed a lot of attention inside - even though it was roadworthy. We couldn't come up with anything that would retain the wood look and make it look "right" with both a minimum of funds and reasonable time. This was our solution to the quandary of what do do with it.

We also changed all the door/drawer pulls with a brushed stainless basic "industrial" pull.

I removed, sanded and painted the range hood with a brushed stainless metallic Rustoleum.

The back splash is 6"x6" embossed aluminum squares Shelley got on Ebay. They were a PITA to get to stick with the stick pads that came with it. They wanted to separate in the heat - either from the wall or from the squares, or just fall apart. Both were prepared and cleaned right. I wound up using Liquid Nails to stick them up. Worked great.

The moulding around the sink/range is the smallest 1/4 round vinyl I could find, stuck on with the previously mentioned Liquid Nails and caulked. I did have to tack in a couple of places with small finishing nails.

I made the curtains and valances from fabric Shelley picked out. She has been the visionary for what our Sunny has become. I think she's come up with a winning combination - even if the Sunny isn't original any more.

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Very Cute!!!!
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Wow! Very Cute indeed.

Thanks for sharing.
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Looks cute and very cozy!
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Looks good! I see TCT is rubbing off on you two a bit...
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Thanks, guys.

Jon, we were actually heading this direction before we joined TCT.
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I wonder how it would look if you accented the cabinets, like the outer edges of the doors, with a dark color like black or dark blue? Like that awesome Route 66 sign...
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Love it! It's so much fun to see the decor when people make their trailers homey. Thanks for posting
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Very Cooll.. Good Job..
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Very nice job. You made the curtains???
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Jon,
We considered accenting the edges, but we thought it would create a more spacious "feel" without specifying just where things start and stop. We might try it with a little PhotoShop (or GIMP) magic and see how it looks. Thanks for the suggestion.

Jim,
I sure did! (Did the cushions in my other pics, too.) I learned to sew by hand and machine when I was a snot-nosed kid back in the 60's. A sewing machine is a power tool, after all. I've got one more curtain to do, too - one for the door window. I'll be doing a single panel - for top and bottom rods, so the panel can be gathered in the middle with a Velcro tie. Shelley sews and embroiders, but she let me do the "power tool" thing. I do seek out her advice on design and technique occasionally. <G>

Thanks for all the comments.

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Looks great Dale! The light colors really work for that space.
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Thanks, Joe and Tina!
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