The walls were this dark wood veneer paneling, which made the inside dreary. We painted all the wood a light cream color which brightened things up tremendously. Most of the walls we added wallpaper for that homelike feeling. Remember this is a 1972 vehicle so avocado green was the color of choice for kitchens and appliances back then. We just couldn't change that even if we wanted to. We recovered the seat cushions and front seats to match. They were this nasty looking brown & gold fabric originally.
The back had a bench seat that folded down into a bed. I removed the short bookcase/headboard at one end making the sleeping area a bit longer and we left the bed down all the time. This made for a lot less hassle once in camp. You 'll notice the fan in this photo and the one above. I installed them and just to get the air moving made a huge difference when in the desert.
The original fold-out seat cushions got tossed and we replaced them with a futon mattress. This was one comfortable bed to sleep on. You can see the hinge from the fold down overhead bunk. It was usually left folded up (see top photo) as we didn't need the space to haul stuff around in.
Two cabinets for clothes, towels and such.
The one I added the extra shelves in so we could have more usable space.
Next we'll look at the kitchen and dining area more closely.