Will be starting the remodel of our 1988 Itasca Sunflyer 27RU in the near future so looking for ideas or recommendations that folks might have for us.
We have an idea what we want to do but as it's our first motorhome remodel it might go a little slow.
Ideas so far:
**Replace 28yr old carpet with a laminate flooring which one we don't know yet. As far as replacing the carpet what have others done to the drivers area? Should we put laminate up there as well or replace with new carpet?
**Re insulate the doghouse
**Replace captain chairs - Need to start looking for those on craigslist someone on the forum replace with some Van seats which was a good idea just might need to find a welder to help with the base plate.
**Perhaps freshen up the dash as well
**Not sure what to do with the pull down bed over the drivers area. We have a 10yr old but he would probably just sleep on the dinette bed.
**Probably will keep the dinette set but will re upholster the cushions to have a more modern look and do the same to the other two swivel chairs.
**Of course swap out the blinds throughout
**Probably will keep the oak color for the cabinets
**Freshen up the kitchen and bathroom with some backsplashes.
**Might do something to the counter tops in the kitchen and bathroom not sure yet on that one.
**We have accordion doors between the bedroom and bathroom and bathroom and front area would like to replace with something else but not sure what yet.
**Bedroom area not much we can do besides replace the 80's lights and of course the wallpaper or whatever it is but that would be changed out through the entire RV. Someone said we can paint over the wallpaper??
So after writing all this out sounds like when I get started I could be busy!!! Probably won't happen all at once because before I know it we will have youth football starting up and good lord that takes up every evening and Saturdays for 6 months.
Lets hear all the good ideas people have and if you have pictures that would be awesome
Oh this will be still used for my Tailgating Rig and weekend camping or small trips as we aren't so lucky to be retired like most of you here