At last, I’ve made my way back to the Pink Paradise!
If you’re new to my blog, you might be wondering what the Pink Paradise is. The Pink Paradise is a 1972 Frolic Travel Trailer that I decided to rehab early last summer. When this little travel trailer is finished, it will be all that I expected, and then some. The best part is knowing that I salvaged a camper that might have otherwise ended up in the scrap yard.
When I buttoned the camper up last Fall it was plagued with a nasty leak in the bathroom. My husband and I have tracked the leak and we hope we’ve gotten to the bottom of it. Now, it’s time to proceed with the bathroom rehab, finish a few things on the punch list that still need to be done inside, and then outside here we come!
I am so excited to finish her up and go glamping. Today, I hung curtains (that I made) and started the decorating process. I’m also sharing a picture of the bench seat that hubby built. The bench hides the ugly wheel well and still allows for some practical storage and more seating. My father in-law is going to make a cushion for the bench seat that will match the booth cushions.
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If you want to read more about the transformation of the Pink Paradise CLICK HERE.
What color would you paint the inside of a camper that you were going to rehab? If you’re re-doing a camper then we’d love to see your handy work too – be sure to leave a link to your latest post in the comments section on this post.