RV LIVING / DINING ROOM MAKEOVER REVEAL - couch, curtain, & macrame






I finally finished off the last elements I had been working on for the living space of the motor home. Our motor home is straight out of the 80's, the pink 80's. Check out the before picture below.











BEFORE
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AFTER


I installed an "I" channel curtain rod with 2 curtain panels
so we could close off the cab from the living space.
I got myself some rope and built a macrame valance
to cover up the "I" channel rod. It also adds some privacy
for the fold down bunk bed over the cab.


I painted all the cabinets and walls in Annie Sloan Old White
last summer. We lived in our motor home for 6 weeks during
 a cross country trip. I have not had to do one touch up yet.


I found the perfect quilted coverlet for this fold down
 sofa bed and the the rug came from Home Sense.
I installed a much needed wood shelf above the sofa,
it's hiding under the curtain. The chairs are covered in
 WASHABLE fuzzy throws from the home decor store.
They cover the chair and are also handy if you need a
blanket to wrap up in.

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4 comments:

  1. Wow that is one awesome Makeover. I thought the macrame was Lace , I will have to get out my how too book.
    Ann.

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  2. I love what you have done. So ware are you off to this summer? ware ever you go may it be Happy, good finds, and a safe trip. Are you going to have a garage sale this year? take care.



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  3. I love it....I love that you covered the existing furniture instead of buying new...you did a fantastic job on the whole thing. Have you shown us the bedroom yet?

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  4. What a stunning before and after! Thank you for sharing with us at the To Grandma's house we go link party!

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