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Part IIIa: Interlude

Posted 08-28-2009 at 03:50 AM by tbro

Hello Folks,

Obviously I haven't posted for awhile now so I thought I should post an interlude in the meanwhile.

I've been working on the main desk, both in construction and my current work load. we've been migrating our hosting system to virtual servers. Mostly it's been going smooth but I've been terribly busy and up until the wee hours of the morning, which ends up having me sleep during daylight hours mostly.

In short, I haven't had much time to...
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Part III: The Groundwork

Posted 08-10-2009 at 12:34 AM by tbro
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The Groundwork

When I acquired my motor home I had it in mind that this would serve as a mobile office as well as a living space so I knew that I'd be building my own custom cabinets/desk for the work space. I would have to consider carefully what type of floor plan would best suit my needs.

My second consideration was based upon the fact that I love to cook gourmet meals and the kitchen area here just didn’t have enough counter space to accommodate preparation...
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The Design Process

Posted 08-08-2009 at 11:14 AM by tbro

I started with the photos from my phone and then using Adobe Photoshop, I began the process of experimenting with design ideas. I knew I wanted somewhat of an Asian theme and I have a fondness for burgundy, grey, black and white so deciding on colors wasn't too tough. I prefer solids to patterns but I wasn't sure yet what to do with the walls. I already had enough wood with the cabinetry.

I considered painting but wanted something that would provide a little more insulation, was...
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In The Beginning

Posted 08-08-2009 at 11:08 AM by tbro

Well, seeing as I am a bit late for a start to finish renovation ramble, I'll just have to recap till I'm up to date.

I purchased my 33' 1993 Airstream Land Yacht about six months ago. I was looking for something with enough room I could live in full-time and use as a mobile office without having to sacrifice much space for either. I'd need something that had plenty of interior and exterior storage area.

I considered an Airstream trailer as I have a friend with a big...
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