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Old 01-13-2014, 05:33 PM   #1
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Interior Remodel

I have finally finished my remodel of my Four Winds class C. I have posted some pictures of this before...I wanted to share a before and after.


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Looks very nice. Enjoy your new coach ;-)
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Nice work!
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Looks beautiful....
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Very nice!! I really like the tile work, looks like a new rig.

How is that mirror attached?
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Old 01-14-2014, 07:26 AM   #6
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Very nice!! I really like the tile work, looks like a new rig.

How is that mirror attached?
The RV came with a square mirror where the oval one is now. I just used the same hardware that was with the square mirror. I just noticed that the updated picture does not show the new laminate counter tops that I installed.
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Really looks GREAT! Enjoy.
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How did you do the wood on the wall ?
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Very nice!
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Thanks's for the compliments...RNW...The wood on the wall is 1/4 inch oak I bought at the lumber yard and stained.
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Again great info here I never new the options that are out there for redoing the back splashes. I just went to a big box place and the gal showed me many different options
I haven't had this much fun since I went to the 5 & dime candy store.
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