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Old 01-30-2011, 12:08 AM   #169
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Where did you buy your trim for the counter tops? I want to change mine to silver.
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Old 01-30-2011, 03:43 AM   #170
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Great looking tiles! They must have added a ton of weight though, didn't they?
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Old 01-30-2011, 07:41 AM   #171
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I really like the magnetic spice rack on the range hood in Bonnie's trailer (last photo set). That's a great idea.
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Old 01-30-2011, 09:46 AM   #172
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Our 65' Overlander almost complete, last picture is the "as-found" condition.
New maple floors
Restored Mahagony millwork
New White Countertops
European sink & fixtures
Steel blue interior paint
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Eventually all upper cabs will be lacquer white like the one above the fridge.

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I really like you stove top and sink! Where can I get them? Your trailer is beautiful!!
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Old 01-31-2011, 12:23 AM   #173
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Mammab,bugnot1,wheel interested and Chasmorgan thanks for the kind words.

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Where did you buy your trim for the counter tops? I want to change mine to silver.
It's actually part of the counter top material. We bought them at Ikea. They come in half or whole face trim.

Chasmorgan, The stove top is the original Magic Chef. The sink is from Ikea and the faucet was purchased on Overstock.com.
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I added bath mat rugs, reupholstered sofa bottoms, new bed linens, TVs, and 2 gorgeous dogs/pillows.
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Old 04-02-2011, 09:06 AM   #175
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Getting close on our 1971 Tradewind. Still have a few things to do, but it's finally coming together.
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RN and Hank I am loving the bold prints and bright colors that you have chosen. Green or orange seem to be one of my favorite colors for enliving an Airstream, though there are so many attractive combinations it is impossible to whittle down the preferences to but a few. Thanks everyone for your contributions to the thread and please keep the pictures coming. This staycation rally's open house has every likelihood of continuing well into the forseeable future. This is one party that doesn't need any time off of work or gas in the tank to attend. Hurry hurry hurry come on over! The festivities begin once you arrive.
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Old 07-09-2011, 02:56 PM   #177
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This is a neat thread! I didn't even know AS made a fiberglass/square box/5th wheel.

I also love snooping inside and seeing how people deck it out.

Will post some interior photos soon.
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Old 07-09-2011, 05:03 PM   #178
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How wonderful that each Airstream has taken on it's own personality from the owners ... as we do our little things here and there, I am sure Ellie Mae will look decked out and 'cool' one day. So far, all we've done is the fridge - very unique replacement panels ... hoping to change the drapes to dark blue and replace the carpet with laminate this winter..
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Nice. Where did you get the panels?
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Home « Laser Engraving Designs

The order was placed through Camping World Denver, he'll do custom work too, so you could have your favorite photograph converted into a laser panel. Wendy
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Old 07-10-2011, 01:22 PM   #182
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Streamrollin, I like those fridge panels. I have the wooden front and thought if I were to update the doors I would like black to match the oven and range hood and microwave. Those laser engraved panels are very cool. I like your choice of graphic for the Airstream. It's very inviting. New drapes will make a big visual difference too. please do keep us updated on your progress too.

Tinman I can't wait to see what your choice for upholstery will be I like red and then I would probably opt for stripes but maybe you have a nice pattern chosen already. Those light fixtures are nice and I like how you have left the front panels to reflect kalidescope fashion. Wish our AS had the wheels insulated that well! Please keep posting your progress. I like your security system it no only keeps strangers at bay and alerts you but can also warm your feet on a cold night or lick your face to make you laugh.

Fly at night we would love to see your interior. I love seeing how people express themselves in their Airstreams. And they say we all look alike... not so at all.
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