I got loads of ideas away from SNAP Creativity. They have lots of pretty cool photos, but no instructions. If you want to get your creative juices flowing, this site will do it.
Ta da! Here are the before and after photos of my pop-up camper. The old tired curtains were replaced, the couch cushions were recovered and a cushioned tablecloth added.
In this camper makeover, one of the curtains was originally placed upside down. I reworked it after the photo was taken.
The clunky brass handles on the cabinets were replaced with round porcelain ones from Lowes. Changing them out took about a minute each.
We removed the stove and converted the space to a bench. I had Lowe's cut the board for the cushion when the cabinet knobs were picked up. The bench cushion was mostly created in the same way that Peg's Gotta Do suggested.
The difference is that I wanted a reversible seat that could either be sat-upon or have something placed upon it. Fabric was wrapped to the edge of the board and stapled there instead of being secured to the back of the board.
My family is happy with the camper makeover. The experience that we gained is being put to good use as we create our camper van. We adore our pop-up camper, but I wanted something more maneuverable for mission trips or when it's just me, Hubby, Tomlin, and the open road.