Over the last month, we've been making some updates I thought I would share. First, we painted. Yay. It was a lot of work but it has made a huge impact. For all the purists out there, it was already painted when we purchased it. I believe this is at least the third color scheme. Our trailer is a far cry from original, but we love her anyway. Also, above the bed, we have been replacing the cabinet doors. The old ones were ugly uncordinating hardware, wood and well... ugly. Our new beautiful ones are actually a picture frame cabinet door. Currently they are housing postcards of vintage WPA posters for the national parks. Including Sequia, which has a vintage little trailer on it. The green in the pictures is a bit off for color, it's not quite so florescent. Eventually, we'll be replacing the countertop. You can see, we haven't hung all the picture frame cabinet doors. They will be coming soon.
Thanks! I think they are a nice addition! The PO built the bunk into storage, and put really ugly non-matching doors on it. The extra storage is nice, and since the bunk was already there, you were going to hit your head when you sit up anyway. Plus, since we wouldn't use the bunk and the trailer isn't stock, we just enjoy the the extra storage. We purchased the knobs from rejuvenation as others have suggested and the match beautifully. Eventually, we make make the sliders up front into something coordinating to these. Perhaps a frameless slider that allows you to sandwich artwork between the acrylic and backer. The original sliders have been long gone and replaced with ugly useless curtains. The curtains don't prevent anything from falling out. Plus, these allow me to show off the beautiful artwork of the WPA and National Parks we've visited. I just love them.