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Old 01-14-2014, 01:01 AM   #29
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first pic taken the day i bought the Riveteer
2nd one taken last week. I use a patio furniture set for seating, rotating between the loveseat and a rocker. eventually will build a storage unit and barrel shaped seat to fit in the corner.
One problem i have is that i want the seating to be oriented to look out the windows, not at the kitchen, etc.

the flooring is cheap linoleum and I really like it! put it in as a temporary fix but it is working great.
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Old 01-22-2014, 11:37 PM   #30
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(It is a "studio apartment").
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(It is a "studio apartment").

Absolutely beautiful! Great job!!
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That's really cool. What is on the walls. Looks like wood spanners?
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Not too major, but I reupholstered the sofa and dinette and made new curtains. The curtains are insulated and include a foil radiant heat barrier that makes a dramatic difference holding in the heat in the winter, and keeping the heat out in the summer.
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That looks really nice. Can you show us close ups of the curtains, sounds like a great system.
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first pic taken the day i bought the Riveteer
2nd one taken last week. I use a patio furniture set for seating, rotating between the loveseat and a rocker. eventually will build a storage unit and barrel shaped seat to fit in the corner.
One problem i have is that i want the seating to be oriented to look out the windows, not at the kitchen, etc.

the flooring is cheap linoleum and I really like it! put it in as a temporary fix but it is working great.
Where did you find cheap Linoleum? Or is it sheet vinyl? What's the product name, do you remember?
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That looks really nice. Can you show us close ups of the curtains, sounds like a great system.
Unfortunately I don't have any closeup shots.

The backing is called the Warm Window Insulated Shade System and includes two layers of insulation, radiant heat shield and vapor barrier. I do a lot of cold weather camping and it makes a huge difference. Warm Window Treatment Insulated Shades

I blogged the project on the following thread. http://www.airforums.com/forums/f39/...ect-61003.html

On edit, I just found this photo of my mom working on the curtains in the old thread. http://www.airforums.com/forums/f39/...ml#post1091363
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That's really cool. What is on the walls. Looks like wood spanners?
It is virtually all 1/4" Plywood, birch panels with 2" oak strips cut to cover the joints.

The walls were actually pretty easy and quick, considering I was learning as I was building...

Thanks for the compliments, I am probably a little too proud of how it turned out, and certainly a competent wood worker would find fault, but I like it!
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Where did you find cheap Linoleum? Or is it sheet vinyl? What's the product name, do you remember?
Sorry for confusion. The flooring is not Linoleum. I got it at Lowes in Georgia. Cant recall the brand name, although i think the color was called "glacier".

And it wasnt the very cheapest.. It was about third from the bottom, as far as price goes.

I have looked, and the stores here in Texas don't seem to carry this same product.

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Unfortunately I don't have any closeup shots.

The backing is called the Warm Window Insulated Shade System and includes two layers of insulation, radiant heat shield and vapor barrier. I do a lot of cold weather camping and it makes a huge difference. Warm Window Treatment Insulated Shades

I blogged the project on the following thread. http://www.airforums.com/forums/f39/...ect-61003.html

On edit, I just found this photo of my mom working on the curtains in the old thread. http://www.airforums.com/forums/f39/...ml#post1091363
Thanks for the info Steve. When we replace the curtains, I'm going to try to do curtains like yours.

BTW did we meet you and your Mom at a Southern Il. Forums rally?
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