Cabinets for the princess

When we renovated Annie, Shane was able to do a lot of the work himself.  This year has been quite stressful for Shane with injury, illness and a heavy workload permitting him from doing much at all, hence the reason why it has taken so long for things to progress with just me at the helm.

I figured if Eugenie was to be renovated, I would have to pay someone to do, what we couldn't. Peter the Joiner who did work on Annie had a full workload and was unable to assist so I looked to Facebook for inspiration and voila . . . . . Enter Marc, from Your Palace Caravan Renovation.

Marc and his partner Liz had renovated a couple of their own caravans over the years and had turned their "hobby" into a successful business. Marc was receptive to all my ideas (as kooky as some of them were) and prepared to try new ways of doing things to achieve the end result.

He spent 2 weeks pampering our country princess and fitted her out to a level where I could take over again with LOTS of painting, wallpapering, sewing, tiling and creating. 



When all of this is done, she'll go back to Marc to have her benchtops  installed and her sink, tap and cooker fitted then off to a plumber to have her External Hot Water System, 12 volt pump, plumbing and gas connected and a certificate supplied so we can get her weighed, have a blue slip issued and hopefully registered.

U shaped permanent day lounge
Single bed
Room divider and drawers

Latest comments

12.12 | 01:04

love your trailer- I'm currently in the middle of a renovation, might have to steal the little shelf on the outside

17.09 | 21:12

Hi Emma. I have a post devoted to Annie's Awning. Check it out in the Menu 👍

14.09 | 21:39

Hi there
Where did you get your lovely fabric for the annex? Did you make these yourself?

13.07 | 14:48

What a wonderful story and pictures to wake up to. The camper is wonderful and the park is perfect! Love the spoiled little doggy too. Keep making memories!

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