Thursday, September 19, 2013

Travel Trailer Remodel Reveal!

     After 7 weeks of remodeling Drew and I have finally completed our 2006 Keystone Zepplin II travel trailer.  Drew did most of the heavy lifting, I helped painting and tile work. We left all appliances, cabinets and electrical elements. Drew gutted the rest. He removed all the furniture, painted every surface imaginable and put in new floors.  He did an awesome job. I am so glad I did not have to operated the power tools!

We did some special adjustments to fit our full time lifestyle. For example, we purchased a normal queen and had it refitted so our backs don't think we are rv living! Drew added a cat door and curtain in the second bedroom so Mojo's Litter box will be out of the site and smell!  Also we took every opportunity to have multifunctional elements. We used an Ikea entertainment center instead of traditional bed frame to add style and storage. The couch we bought is very deep and can double as a single bed for overnight guests. The ikea table in the kitchen has 6 drawers in it and can be pulled out to open on both sides. The table when opened can sit 5-6 people. In addition, Drew will be using the second bedroom as a gaming area. He will use his projector to throw the TV image against the interior wall. It looks great! The process was stressful, but also very rewarding.

The Before Pictures:










Ok so now you have seen the before.....Here is the after!!

The "Master"




The Tiny Bathroom



The Living Room and Dining Room


The "Second Bedroom"


The "Eat In" Kitchen





Home Sweet Home! 

16 comments:

  1. I am so impressed and proud of both of you! This transformation is incredible! Can't wait to hear about the adventures you will have in this cozy beautiful home.

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  2. Wow. I finally am taking time to actually read stuff on G+. Great Pictures and an amazing transformation.

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  3. What did you do to the veneer to paint over it?

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  4. BEAUTIFUL JOB!! We are starting on our rv this weekend..i hope it looks as good as this when its done!! Great Job!!

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  5. You guys worked hard and this camper is just beautiful ! Great job, enjoy your camping times together ! We love camping, and are always on "go"...

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  6. Wow! It looks amazing. Great job!

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  7. Looks great! Love the chalkboard idea! My hubby wants a new camper...we are trying to decide between keystone and Jayco.

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  8. You have done a great job. Love the couch. Best one I have seen where it is comfortable.

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  9. You have done a great job. Love the couch. Best one I have seen where it is comfortable.

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  10. Where did you get the couches from? I love them and would love to have them in my trailer

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  12. Very nice job. Love all your redos to make it more homey. Found on Pintrest.

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  13. Very nice job. Love all your redos to make it more homey. Found on Pintrest.

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  15. hi! I absolutely love your couch! Im currently looking for one for our travel trailer. Where did you guys purchase yours?

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  16. I love this so much! I'm curious, and forgive me if it is somewhere obvious, but what kind of travel trailer is this? We just had someone give us a 2006 Keystone Zeppelin 281 and I was thinking of doing something similar!

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