After I got the other new pieces of woodwork done, I was so impressed with the color of the new gel stain, and so disappointed in the color of the stain/poly blend I had used on the drawers, I decided to pull them out and re-do them. I wanted to get them right before I fastened the new pieces in place.
This stuff is THE STUFF!
You can see how dark these are comared to the wall, which is original.
I sanded everything down with 60, then back to 120, and then applied the gel stain. After wiping it off, I was much happer with the color.
I continued sanding them down between coats of poly, all the way to 400, then rubbed one final layer of poly on by hand. It is smoooooth now!
One other problem was the dinette seat closest to the bathroom was sitting on the edge of the wheelwell cover. This tipped it forward slightly. Since I had it all back in the shop, I took a dado blade and took off just a bit of the back of the frame to make room for the wheelwell lip, and it worked perfectly. The frame fit back into the trailer nice and flat.
Now I was able to reinstall them and install the backrest for the right side. The stain colors match really nicely!
The backrest matches nicely to the existing headboard.
And the piece by the door looks good and fits nicely.
That is all the major woodwork. Now I need to find some carpet.