I'm painting the interior of my Ford Falcon Camper Van because l am not too happy with the lovely panelling.
I'm hoping to brighten it up, l have chosen A Touch of Olive, which is a light yellow paint for the walls and Pegasus, a light blue for the cabinets from Sico. A quart of each. I have bought outdoor paint since the van goes through temperature fluctuations, especially in the winter.
I've removed the back curtain that seperates the toilet area from the kitchen and livingroom. I've only pulled it out once to see how much room l would have while it was open, and l think, only a toothpick would have any room to move while showering or using the toilet.
I might put up a material curtain so l don't continue to flash my neighbors when l forget to close the blinds.
This is looking from the rear barn doors. The toilet is in the bottom of the picture frame. Fridge to the right.
As l wrote about before, l removed the back rest from the sofa. The back part of the sofa would swing across the top and end up in front of the sofa to make a double size bed.
I found during the day the sofa was too small of be comfortable to snuggle with a book, so by removing the backrest, l now have a bed a bit smaller then a twin, but a great area to relax and read a book.
A bonus of removing the back rest is l don't have to take up living area now when l make my bed. The hall way is always open and not blocked by the bed.