Painting Ciao Baby

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Kitchen with "denim" Ralph Lauren paint treatment on cabinets

Hear me now, listen to me later... don't ever, ever start painting the interior woodwork of your RV.  It takes *forever*!   Ciao Baby should be known as the 6 Million Hour rig.  Most of those hours are from painting.

But I do admit that she is looking pretty snazzy.  I need to buy more yellow paint for behind the cab seats, but she is cleaning up.

I draped a blanket on a sofa as a temporary slipcover- Lia reminded me that the seat belts cannot be used with it in place.  hmm...

New dinette table leg still needs to be cut because the table is slanted.

Finishing the "denim" paint treatment on the little table in back and a bathroom cabinet front.  Maybe tomorrow I'll finish up.

Decided to try hanging a curtain instead of the bathroom door (another brilliant idea from Virginia) and am awaiting arrival of my eBay purchase of blackout curtains (navy with stars!).  Anything we can do to stop the bottleneck in the hallway will help.  That's why I hung a curtain in place of the 2 large wardrobe doors.  What a difference.  Rig must be comfortable for the 4 (or 5 at times) of us.

Found the new printer scans easily.  I really like this HP 4315!  The more I can get on the computer and not have scattered about the RV, the better.

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Kitchen with denim Ralph Lauren …
Kitchen with "denim" Ralph Lauren…
Before- Looking front to back of r…
Before- Looking front to back of …
Kitchen with denim Ralph Lauren …
Kitchen with "denim" Ralph Lauren…
Before painting 3
Before painting 3
After- Kitchen
After- Kitchen
Before painting 1
Before painting 1
Denim curtain in place of mirrored…
Denim curtain in place of mirrore…
Before painting 4
Before painting 4
Sofa draped with super-soft blanket
Sofa draped with super-soft blanket
Stars stamped up the entryway
Stars stamped up the entryway