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Old 06-05-2013, 10:24 AM   #1
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Has anyone remodeled their wallcoverngs

I'm just planning my winter remodel and the wallcoverings in our 95 are getting pretty tired and dated.

When the interior is stripped out, it doesn't look that difficult to redo the wallcoverings throughout but I wonder if anyone has done it before?

Any tips and how has it held up?
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We first tried wallpaper and that didn't work well. Due to heat and humidity changes it would peel right off. We then decided to paint which has worked great. We used KILZ Primer paint over the luan which was recommended. Since we reupholstered all the window treatments, ect, with some bold patterns, the paint was a much better way to go for the look we wanted.
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Hmm, I did wonder how the adhesive would stand up. Do you have a photo of the interior so I can visualize it?

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I just did a faux brick upgrade to my kitchen backsplash and around my range. i love it and it feels and looks like real brick and weighs only like 5 pounds. The next project is wainscoating in the bedroom wit a chair rail

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Hmm, I did wonder how the adhesive would stand up. Do you have a photo of the interior so I can visualize it?

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Here is a few, not sure how good they turned out. Basically all walls were in luan with a blue small print pattern. We wanted earth tones and eliminated everything blue in the coach, carpet, furniture, window treatments, doghouse. ect. Paint color looks like an off white, but has a hint of yellow/gold.
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Nice work. Did you do the furniture yourself? What is the floor? We are looking to update 95 "all blue" as well.
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Nice work. Did you do the furniture yourself? What is the floor? We are looking to update 95 "all blue" as well.
Couch, Recliner and captains were ordered from RV Furniture,Seats,RV Marine Boat Furniture Sofa Beds Also ordered extra material (ultra leather) to do doghouse and other interior trim.

Floor is Allure vinyl planking. All other material was bought at JoAnn Faberics to reupholster all other interior trim and dinette. Added large mirror in dining. Rebuilt bed frame to make taller and more room underneath, Also hinged bed top adding gas springs for easy under bed access.
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