Gallery » 2003 Airstream Safari
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The necessary items have been pulled out of the trailer to start relining the walls with birch wood panels.
Prepping more of the cabinetry and bulkheads for refinishing. The left side of the pantry was cut down into a base cabinet to allow more counterspace in the galley.
Birch wall paneling has been applied in the living area and the front upper locker has been prepped for refinishing.
The finished bedroom area with chestnut brown cabinetry and natural birch wall panels. New speakers were mounted under the upper cabinets along with a reading light.
All of the valances throughout the coach were reupholstered using a Architex fabric called Tibet. The original curtains were rehung and the window trims were repainted to match the chestnut stain on the cabinetry and bulkheads.
A custom wine rack was added onto the upper cabinetry once the pantry was cut down. The face locks into place to hold bottles during travel.
The lavatory was given a face lift as well. The existing cabinets were refinished in the same chestnut color as the rest of the coach. Natural birch wall panels were put in, a new solid surface countertop and Moen fixtures both for the sink and in the shower. The orginal shower enclosure and lavatory mirror were reused.
In the living area, custom designed tables pull out from the armrests on either side of the new leather sofa.
A new storage cabinet that would allow more foot room was built next to the refrigerator and a flatscreen tv was installed along the wall. Custom wood panels were made and inserted into the refrigerator doors to match the refinished cabinetry
Both carpet and hardwood flooring were used throughout. A commercial grade bamboo flooring product by Terragren bamboo was used throughout the galley and lavatory. Carpet was used in the front living area and in the bedroom. Here you can see the transition detail between the two types of flooring.