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Discussion in 'Checkout My Rig !' started by JazzVinyl, Jan 18, 2015.
Looks good. I would have never thought orange seats would look good but I like them
Yeah, my wife's a graphic designer so sometimes I just have to trust her
Plus their marine vinyl so they wipe right up which is a huge plus for two kids and a dog.
I like that orange, too! I was considering going with an orange/green concept when I re-do mine. Either that or blues/greens/browns. I can't decide quite yet, I just need to go look at fabrics when I am ready to tackle it and see what I can find
Just took some action shots of our interior this past weekend at Fort Desoto in St Pete Fl.
All my pictures have my kids in them so I don't want to post them... But we are going out camping Thursday and I will take some pictures then to post!
Love seeing all of the interiors!
Also, I have no idea how to post pics from an iPhone.
Cool we are heading there next week
I love the colors in your camper. Everything ties together so well.
Our NTU 2006 Fleetwood Sea Pine.
How is the vinyl to sit on during the summer? Is it like car seats were you could literally get butt burn?
Tstowe I would have never thought blue and green could really go together, but your trailer really pops. Love the colors.
The color was the wife's department.
(If it were up to me the cabinets would have been painted a chocolate brown and the seats/curtains would have been realtree camo )
@tstowe Wow! That's really beautiful! Now that's a DIY that's inspiring. Nice job!
For what we spent on fixing it up, we could have bought a 2010 PU... but what would be the fun in that?
Tstowe: I love it! That is a similar color scheme that I was thinking of. It would probably even look good with the choc brown color on the cabinets with the blues/greens on the fabrics.
I was also wondering about the marine vinyl being hot and sticky
You guys with your beautiful pics here in March of your Campers are really inspiring until I look outside at mine, still with snow drifts all around and the wind chill today is 5 degress. Things go from inspiring to depressing in a heartbeat.
It was 80 degrees out here yesterday.
Beaufort, SC has two seasons... Summer and Almost Summer.
I haven't had any issues with sitting on the vinyl when hot out. The sun never directly hits the seats so they never heat up like you would think. I love having them be vinyl. Less stain chances.
Love looking at these pics!
This is our 2007 Chalet Arrowhead, which we'll be selling this summer. Sure am gonna miss this little pointy tent.
Bed/couch area before:
Our new to us Pup - 2001 Jayco 14SO as set up in Camp Driveway today. We are planning on redecorating it but haven't come up with a theme yet. This pup is quite large - the whole side where the dinette and kitchen slides out.
Well, we found a durable fabric that wasn't through the roof and pulled every other color from that... cabinets, cabinet tops, curtains, and valances.