Friday, May 1, 2015

Part 8:: The BIG reveal :: Complete travel trailer camper turned glamper renovation and remodel

Ta Da!  
Here's our girl.

The Big Reveal Video!

And if you forgot what she looked like before, here's the video!
Before Renovation!


Finished! (for now).

And we couldn't be happier with our girl.

This post is going to be sparse of text, we are going to let the pictures speak for themselves.  
   
If you are new to this site or curious about the process of how we renovated Maisie, you can find the projects in the links below.

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::Part 1:: Travel trailer camper turned glamper renovation and remodel

 ::Part 2::  Removing the things we don't want and recovering cushions:: Travel trailer camper turned glamper renovation and remodel 

::Part 3:: Painting :: Travel trailer camper turned glamper renovation and remodel

::Part 4:: Curtain Making and valance recovering/ upholstering :: Travel trailer camper turned glamper renovation and remodel

::Part 5:: faux tin panel backsplash application :: Travel trailer camper turned glamper renovation and remodel

::Part 6:: Adding privacy film to the camper windows :: Travel trailer camper turned glamper renovation and remodel

Part 7:: Moving in and decorating Part one :: Travel trailer camper turned glamper renovation and remodel

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OK, now for the BIG Reveal!

*This remodel/renovation was a 2 month process. We are both 35 years old, married, we both work full time as RN's and we each take turns caring for each other's kids. So, as you can imagine... free time is not really abundant.
We certainly could have hammered away and got Maisie done much earlier, but we are so happy that we took our time and recorded every step.
I can't wait to look back at these photos in the years to come and remember what a blast we had.

(keep in mind that most of the decorations, accessories, linens, etc were either handmade, thrifted, bought for dirt cheap, or things that we already owned and moved from our brick and mortar houses into our camper Maisie.)

:: Living/Dining Area::
This area turns into a very big third bed if needed


Craft supply cupboards filled with supplies and baskets and books.















Twin birds





The view from the lounge of the Bunk Room curtain, Bathroom door, and the Kitchen


 A small fraction of our fabric stash in a hanging closet organizer that we got for $7 at TJ Maxx.
(honestly, it's kind of absurd.)


::The Kitchen::







:: The Bunk Room ::






 


The Bathroom





:: The rug and entry ::


OK, that's all. 

Thank you so much for visiting us here.  And don't think that this is the last you've heard or seen of sweet Maisie.  Of course, we will be back to share all of the camping and living that we will be doing.

 Laura and I with our wonderful parents and our three little boys sharing our first snack in Maisie Toot.

Truly, 
Julia and Laura

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