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Old 07-03-2010, 07:05 AM   #1
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'86 Satellite makeover

The progress on our camper is finally getting visible. We have just 3 weeks left until we take off on our honeymoon, but seeing the change really feels good. I think we just might make it. I have just one set of before and afters, but there will be more to come!

This is the kitchen area before




This is it now, I do have curtains, but they just aren't up yet.



hopefully I did this right.

There will be more pics to come
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Old 07-03-2010, 07:43 AM   #2
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Awesome job!

The camper looks great! What did you use on the walls? It looks like stick on floor linoleum, which I would never think of, but actually look amazingly good, and is great for cleaning. Love it! Makes me want to do something similar to my '88!
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Old 07-03-2010, 07:53 AM   #3
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I did use the peel and stick floor tiles. They have allot of options out there now, and they were really easy to put up.
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Peel & Stick tiles

That's a great ideal my only concern would be the weight added, they are pretty heavy
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Old 07-03-2010, 09:02 AM   #5
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The ones I chose were pretty light, probably 5 lbs max for them.
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Ahh I see.. I was at a Dollar store and I was surprised to see the many different designs they had of floor tile and they were thin so I'm thinking not to good for a floor but great for a wall and price was cheap!
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Looks nice! I had doubts when my husband used them between the counter and cupboards in the house. They've held for 8 years with consistant temps. Let us know how they hold with the extreme heat and cold that come with the seasonal changes.
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That looks great, I will have to wright that down in my idea book ( my idea book is my wife, I say " Aw that looks cool, help me remember that" and she says " what makes you think I can remember that" and I say " You never let me forget anything now do you".
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Great job.......

It looks 100% better with the white painted cabinets and the tile on the walls.
Keep up the good work.
Love to see more before & after Photos.
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I'd give my eye teeth for those sinks....it looks great.

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looks awesome!
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Wow Great Job!!!

Your doing great!. Thanks for sharing.

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