Hi everyone! With the days getting longer and warmer, hubby and I (mostly me) are going to tackle updating our pop up to take it out of 1995 and into 2019! Ive been youtubing and pinterest'ing, and looking up prices of fabrics and all, but I wanted some advice and pointers from those that have done it already. Sorry that its a long post. Bit of background. We got a 1995 Jayco 1207 last May. We put stick on tiles on the floor right on top of the laminate, and we replaced the ice box with a mini fridge, and we were content with it looking the way it did. Fast forward to the end of summer and Ive been thinking about ways to update it and just make it more functionable (we are going to add shelves and storage) and to make it feel more like home since we used it so much. Cushions- They are in pretty good condition, no rips or tears in the material. I plan to recover them with the current material still on. What is the best way for someone with little sewing experience to do? Velcro? Buttons? Sew it all on? What type of material is best to use, or is it more of a personal preference? Curtains/Valance- We plan to get reflective insulation and have them on the back of our curtains to help insulate the pop up (we camp mid May thru Mid October in the northeast so it does get a bit chilly. Is it easier to sew onto the existing curtains to do that or should we just use the clips from the old curtains when we make the new ones? Cabinets- Id like to prime and paint the cabinets and add new hardware. Since its not wood, is there a certain paint I should choose? or a certain paint to stay away from? For those of you that replaced the hardware on the cabinets, did you just go to home depot or did you go to a camping store? Im just concerned about the trip up to the campground and home since the doors and drawers won't have anything to prevent them from opening. We are also going to paint the countertops using a countertop paint kit to *hopefully* make it look like granite We shall see how that truly turns out. I think that's it for what we want to do. Thanks for taking the time to read my post!