Trailer Renovations Before and After

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Trailer Renovations Before and After

Before Before

Bathroom Before  Bathroom Before Bathroom After Bathroom After Master bedroom before Master bedroom before

What was replaced

  • All counter tops (kitchen, bedroom nightstands, bathroom)
  • faucets (bathroom and kitchen)
  • queen mattress
  • bathroom wall
  • water pump
  • battery
  • tires
  • shower head
  • propane tanks

What was renovated:

  • wall paint
  • cabinet paint
  • wood flooring
  • cabinet handles
  • window coverings ripped out
  • refrigerator: stainless steel contact paper
  • removed weird pad above entry door
  • removed built in entertainment center (between master and kitchen)
  • all vent covers spray painted
  • light switches painted
  • dinette table painted
  • doors painted
  • dinette cushions reupholstered
  • backsplash of peel and stick subway tiles in bathroom and kitchen
  • added minimal decor (america, mirror, plant, spice rack, hanging fake plant, American flag etc.)

I would say the renovation took 1 month of on and off working 3-5 hours a night. Everything was pretty easy except painting because painting SUCKS. It was a great starter project and taught us a lot.



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  • cod cupon

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    September 4, 2017 at 8:52 pm
  • abs

    Just curious, how much did it cost? Unless you put that somewhere else… Also, how’s it going? Are you still in the skoolie? You have 3 kids? It doesn’t seem like you all blog anymore… But that could be the 3 kids and the homeschooling and living in a bus…

    September 22, 2017 at 11:06 am
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    October 18, 2017 at 11:35 pm