Our new look
I guess I forgot to add a picture of the final result. Here she is in all her glory! We are so happy with the end result, it really made a huge difference in the appearance of our coach.
I really like the look by adding the front side slanted windows from a Model 10. They fit perfectly on our 01.
I got to make some sawdust this past week adding some red oak moulding and make up a cabinet frame for our towels. This was the last thing to do on the inside of our coach.
We had some plastic silver paneling left over from our bedroom that was used on the curved part of the ceiling, so I put it to good use. It really made a difference in the appearance. The light over the toilet is 12 volt, while the sink lighting is 120.
We have a pocket door that separates the bathroom and bedroom from the front half of the coach. I designed the bathroom that way to give us more room, I hate small cubby holes for a sink and toilet. Ours is very open and easy to get around in. We do have a curtain between the bathroom and bedroom for additional privacy if needed. There is a Fantastic Fan above the sink and toilet area for ventilation. To the side of the cabinet there is a switch to activate a 12 volt water pump while boondocking.
I really enjoyed this part of our build. It’s always enjoyable to come up with an idea and see the end result.
Silver Panel on Curved Ceiling
Red Oak Cabinet Frame
Red Oak Moulding and Trim around Mirrors
Red Oak Moulding and Trim