I call the front of my bus the “Mud Room”. I left the rubber floor in, it makes it easy to clean. I can even pour water down it and it drains out the door.
This has always bothered me because it is the first thing people see when the enter, but I know this will be the hardest to cover because of all the curves and shapes.
We just tackle it a piece at a time and then it will be done. I needed to add wood to attach the bead-board for the ceiling. Then added the missing insulation.
Up goes the bead-board.
I had to use a different type of bead-board, they don’t have the sanded stuff I got in Maryland. When it is all painted no one should be able to tell the difference.
We finished this in and mounted speakers and the air valve for the door. Once I decide what kind of door to put in, I will then have some storage between the speakers. The storage is about 4′ wide x 1′ high x 8″ deep.
All that is left is the hard part, The angled area made by the roof raise. We already have the vertical supports. Now just need to cut the 1/4″ plywood to the shape and screw in. Oh and we need to cut insulation to fill the void.