In October of 2010, I brought home a Shasta 1400, she was pretty ugly. Since it was so late in the year, I wasn’t able to do anything until the Spring of 2011.
Don’t you just love the décor?
My least favorite color of paneling, if I had to chose one? Not blonde! What I did love about this trailer was the front kitchen. And that door on the left? The bathroom! Yay!
So I got to priming, with my all time favorite primer, Zinnser Bullseye 123. I already feel better.
I loved the full long couch on the left that makes into a double bed. The table area also makes into a bed. The above bunk was removed and made into a storage area. This trailer has tons of storage. It is under all the beds and even above.
I chose a three color decorating theme. I was able to get the stove powder coated, locally, for about $50. I have since learned you can use Automotive Drive Train paint, which comes in about a dozen colors and is good up to 600 degrees. And save some money, for other fun decorating. I even spray painted the drawer handles.
I love Mexico, having traveled there several times and chose this as my theme. I joined Sisters on the Fly, in September of 2011 and have been having a wonderful time traveling around the Northwest, with my fellow sisters.
I just love this fantastic vintage sombrero I got from another sister.
This last July I was finally able to get the exterior painted. It is always an ongoing process. I just got new flooring in this fall.
We always have the best time, when we get together.
The flooring is a bit retro with the sort of paint splashed colors.
I can’t wait for Spring….Ha!
I am going to share this post at these parties…..