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Old 01-27-2020, 10:54 AM   #1
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Time for an interior update.

Well as the varnish is still drying.. We decided to reupholster a lot of the interior. We found a source for new mattresses in the V-birth and bunks. After a month of kicking around fabric choices we (she) decided on what would look best in our vintage egg harbor. Going with new mattress, new covers, new couch and new curtains. All material is coming from sailright. They cost a bit, but the quality always seams to be there! We took everything off the boat yesterday and I looked like a hobo moving ! This will be a joint project for us, she can sew straight, I can run a commercial machine ok. Were excited for the update and plan to do the countertops soon. Still on the fence on what we are going to do with the carpet. I would like to replace all of it with holly/teak. But the cost is high and my craftsmanship is not all that great with wood work. She likes carpet, I dislike all the sand that manages to bed itself deep with each kid/dog/boarding.
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Old 01-28-2020, 11:01 AM   #2
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Ooh! Very nice.

Wait.....do I know that marina? But concrete floats, maybe not.

I did some dinette cushions last winter and just starting my flybridge cushions.
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Old 01-28-2020, 12:19 PM   #3
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Just go with cheap carpet, remnants will do as long as the color is what the Admiral wants. Let them get slowly ruined and then pull them out and replace with more cheap carpet. Always use the old piece for a pattern. Do not glue or fasten the carpet down.

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We reupholstered our dinette cushions a couple of years ago. Last year we replaced the laminate counters with Corian counters. Love the new counters.
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Subway tile on a boat???
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Old 01-28-2020, 03:27 PM   #6
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I just did the same, new cushions. And I replaced all my interior sole coverings with the same synthetic deck material I used for the outside of the boat. My cockpit sole continues into the saloon so it is one continuous run.
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Yes. The backsplash has a warp to it, in other words it follows the curve of the hull. The original backsplash was formica laminate and was getting long in the tooth. I needed something that would follow the curve both ways. These are vinyl with PSA backing. They would bend to follow the compound curve. We really like them. You donít, ok that is fine with me.
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Yes. The backsplash has a warp to it, in other words it follows the curve of the hull. The original backsplash was formica laminate and was getting long in the tooth. I needed something that would follow the curve both ways. These are vinyl with PSA backing. They would bend to follow the compound curve. We really like them. You donít, ok that is fine with me.
Looks pretty nice to me.
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We reupholstered our dinette cushions a couple of years ago. Last year we replaced the laminate counters with Corian counters. Love the new counters.
Very nice!
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Still on the fence on what we are going to do with the carpet. I would like to replace all of it with holly/teak. But the cost is high and my craftsmanship is not all that great with wood work. She likes carpet, I dislike all the sand that manages to bed itself deep with each kid/dog/boarding.
When I purchased my Willard 36 twenty-plus years ago, it had bright blue deep pile carpeting (okay, almost shag). I found teak parquet unfinished squares for about $10/sf and purchased some teak for trim around the hatches. It was quite a bit of work due to non-square corners and hatches. Of the 100 or so pieces, I think only 4-5 went in without trimming or cutting. Probably had about 30-40 hours into the project when I was done, including sanding and finishing. Like Comodave, I also remodeled the countertops with Corian, which I too did myself and was pretty happy with the results. Got rid of harvest gold Formica. Also a 40-hour project.

Still looks good. Would do it again in a heartbeat. As a matter of fact, after 20-years, I am re-doing much of it to reconfigure slightly. Click image for larger version

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We totally rebuilt a 37' Skyline trawler over about 12 years. The gally counter top was one project. I chose to do it in granite . The photos are

1. Before, 2. Undermount sink, 3. Fabricating at home, 4. Done

I used 3/4" granite from a clearence center. Since I am in the flooring busuness I had a lot of the tools for cutting granite but did have to buy the shaping (edge) and polishing tools. I also bought a water cooled grinder on eBay I am still using.

It is my belief that it could be done by anyone who is comfortable with woodwork. Happy to offer advise to anyone so inclined.

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I love um, where did you purchase?

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It is difficult to find a source that will sell solid surface materials to a DIY. However solidsurface.com does. They have lots of choices to choose from and also have directions on how to fabricate with it. It is pretty simple to do. I made a template out of luan plywood. Then transferred it to 1/4Ē plywood to use as a template to route the corian with. Use a template bit in the router. Then standby for all the debris coming off the router bit. Have a shop vac handy.
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Yes. The backsplash has a warp to it, in other words it follows the curve of the hull. The original backsplash was formica laminate and was getting long in the tooth. I needed something that would follow the curve both ways. These are vinyl with PSA backing. They would bend to follow the compound curve. We really like them. You donít, ok that is fine with me.
I think it looks great, Dave! I just put those up at the dirt house.
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