1972 Tradewind – Final steps

To look at this 1972, 25′ Tradewind at this point may not appear as if it’s in the final finish work phase, but it is. Here’s a quick update:

The hardwood floors have been finished and are covered protected with cardboard. Our experienced craftsman, Thomas, did an amazing job with laser straight cuts so there’s no need for adding trim to hide anything.


The deepset commercial-style stainless steel kitchen sink will be appreciated by every chef. The pure white laminate countertops are also finished, thanks to our friends Kathryn and her manager Israel, of Closet Crafters in Ventura. They did a superb job and we look forward to working with them again on the next project.


A new entertainment center includes a retractable monitor and DVD player. The Energy Star dual fuel refrigerator has also been installed. The front finish panel will be one of the last items added. All of the walls have been sanded, primed, smoothed and painted with low VOC paint.


The beautiful bathroom tile has been installed, along with the stainless steel oval sink and chrome plumbing fixture.


The redesigned shower stall is much larger than the original space provided by Airstream — and a new chrome wand and soap tray complements the recycled glass tile.


The bathroom pocketdoor is one of those details that could have been overlooked, but we didn’t. Along with reframing the wall with sturdy and clear redwood mini-studs we replaced the old hardware so now it operates smoothly and easily.




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