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Old 03-26-2015, 07:01 PM   #15
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12 volt receptacle pic 3

From inside the bedroom. The plate still has the protective film covering in it. Installed 2 nd receptacle on the driver side.
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Old 03-26-2015, 07:11 PM   #16
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WOW
it is a dramatic change
be proud
I love the glass tile look
been thinking about adding some to my kitchen
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Old 03-26-2015, 07:32 PM   #17
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it is a dramatic change
be proud
I love the glass tile look
been thinking about adding some to my kitchen

I can't take credit for that great glass tile look.... another Windriver owner did that....His backsplash is great. The drawer and 12 volt mods are mine.

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I did some too. I apologize for the darkness..no flash on the iPad.
The neighbour built it....easy for him as he builds furniture. He made the drawer front from a scrape piece of walnut. Boy is he talented. No butt joints on that drawer...with full extension roll out hardware. No soft closers ...yet!!
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Nice job "Neighbor of Coops"!!

And good show Coops on the 12 volt plugs. That you could personally do that I find, shall I say, shocking?

I may have to visit your neighbor late this summer...

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like the backsplash.... give me some ideas thanks
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I used the 120v ceiling recepticle ( for corner mounted tv ) and mounted a 110v fan in the corner. it's 3 speed,pivets up and down, and covers the entire bedroom. DW loves it !!!
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Nice back splash! We used a similar copper themed back splash in our basement, really nice to work with.
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Looks great especially to the back splash because I did the same thing with the same material did u go around window frames or pull them off ?


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Looks great especially to the back splash because I did the same thing with the same material did u go around window frames or pull them off ?


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I made a pattern of the window frame radius and transferred that with measurements for cutting. It turned out very well, basically mated to the window frame perfectly without having to remove them.
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You said those tiles are plastic ? Must be much lighter than if the were glass.
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You said those tiles are plastic ? Must be much lighter than if the were glass.
They are actually very thin rubbery plastic. You can bend the sheets like paper almost. They have enough dimension to fool most people that look at it into thinking they are glass. When you get up close you can see it isn't but it doesn't look cheesy at all for a trailer. My wife and I are pretty picky and think it improved the look quite a bit.
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Did you have to grout the tile?
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Did some light remodeling in the TT

Ya it looks great I loosened the frame one side at a time so I didn't brake the seal and tucked them behind it. Looks better then the cheap wallpaper they put there


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