Here's a view of half of our bed. Both sides have identical bookshelves and portholes. The quilt is one that Lulu custom-made in a V shape to fit the berth. She also made the flannel pillow cases with matching V-shaped sheets. The things under the bookshelf are our life jackets.
Here's another view showing more of the V-berth. Just aft of the bookshelf, you can see part of a little bin that I built so we have a place to stow the books we're currently reading, glasses, bottles of water, headlamps, all the various items one wants in easy reach when laying in bed. Both sides have identical bins. You can also see one of the clothes locker doors. These doors enclose the shelved area that I built to replace the space-wasting drawers that were original equipment on the boat.
View of the galley showing the new cabinets, stove and sink. The thing in the middle of the picture with the propane bottle is a gimballed cooker. Our big propane bottles haven't come in yet so we use this little guy to heat water for coffee and such. It will likely be the cooker of choice for quick snacks when the seas are rough. You can also see the spice rack where we managed to have enough room for 28 different spices and herbs. Not quite as many as we used to have but a more than adequate supply. The open shelves are protected from losing their contents in a seaway by removable fiddles like the bar you see across the bookshelf on the other side of the porthole.
Lulu reading in the settee. Note the snazzy new cushions with matching curtains. She added 1-1/2" of memory foam to the tops of the seat cushions and our butts have never been happier. Added the same amount of memory foam to the bed mattress. The open bookshelf behind Lulu is also protected by a removable fiddle when underway to keep the books from spilling out when the boat heels. The pine piece next to the Grateful Dead poster is a rack for holding our dinner plates. The GD poster is actually lithographed on metal and says "One More Saturday Night". Appropriate given the name of the boat.
That's it for now. Probably won't be updating for a week or so. We're headed upriver tomorrow morning to have the boat hauled so we can do a bunch of below-the-waterline work on her. I doubt the yard has WiFi. Hoping to have some pix of a snazzy new exterior when we get back from the yard in a week or so.