The first attempt was made in a hurry and we soon realized that it was not strong enough to lean on. Also the foam was too thin – the carton unstable and I had 2nd thoughts on the used fabric. So it had to go. The new plan is single square pieces with thick padded foam… Continue reading Finishing the permanent Bed and headboard
Some places were terribly hot 46 degrees celsius but what a lovely country!
I know…. this is not every RV owners dream but I have the habit of making the RV look like an actual home and i love to cook, so lets talk about fresh herbs on vacation. If you like to bring herbs, plants or flowers with you in the RV, you are in need of travel… Continue reading Growing herbs in an RV…. (Really?!)
Decorating a small RV is all about the details. Still love the custom made Ikea sheets I made last year but there was something missing…. a touch off 1976 vintage. The permanent bed is also finished now and needs custom made bedding too, for a foam 12 cm mattress with 5 cm topper (size 135cm… Continue reading Ikea sheets hack
Almost done…… at least for the interior part but ready enough to show our beauty at the Dutch oldtimer show “Speedfactory” in Maarheeze (The Netherlands). There were 6 GMC Motorhomes from the 16(?) that are registered, present. It sure is fun to talk all day long “GMC chat” with fellow enthusiasts…..
This has been a big discussion between my husband and myself. The wooden mini blinds look great but I think they are a night mare. What is wrong? Not a good fit behind the cabinets and so we can not open or close them easily – not a good closure on the curves so people… Continue reading Valences and screens
The previous curtain post for the cockpit is already 1 year ago. It had a lot of reactions when posted also on the GMC motorhome facebook page. It seemed like there are more people questioning how to do this correctly. Today we are still very pleased with them but I never finished the bottom of the fabric.… Continue reading Cockpit curtains one year later