Raya, according to my notes about Moguland, you're correct. That top picture was the prototype. Here's what the owner said:
"The sides of the mirror are framed in with upper cabinet support which are made of solid cherry with a nice arced pattern and cutouts. The wood is finished in gloss varathane. These supports will be replaced with slightly wider version (the second pic above)."
"Supports, look a little better than the wrought iron ones I took out, and the ones they still use today."
Here's the entertainment center:
"The entertainment unit extends up to the ceiling and into that tight corner beside the door, coming out at roughly 45 deg. from the bunk. It holds a flat screen stereo TV, a stereo VCR, a 170 watt DVD surround system (Samsung) and storage for DVD's and other stuff. Yes, it's probably the best sounding Boler
trailer around. Movies are a real pleasure, especially when it's hot outside!"
"Everything in the trailer is wired through a fuse panel and to heavy duty separate marine type (some backlit) black rocker switches on a panel on the side of the TV cabinet. When you enter you can turn on inverter, water pump, floor lights
, etc; all from the panel."
Here's the stove and info about it and the granite countertop:
"The stove is a Force 10 Marine stainless stove and sits down inside the countertop. It’s completely safe to use inside a fiberglass trailer. The granite, I've tiled it with 3/8" thick, 12" by 12" emerald pearl granite, with 1/16" grout lines, and a 2" solid wood nosing. I glued them down with Sikaflex, and will fill the joints with black Sikaflex also. After a very rough fishing trip, nothing moved, nothing cracked."
Check out the cool wine rack!:
"Wine rack is yet to be finished and grill above fridge
also. I’ll have rope lighting
up behind the wine rack so it illuminates the wine bottles."
About the mirrored backsplash:
"I've added a gold-tinted plexi-mirror to the wall behind the stove and it acts as a backsplash, makes the trailer look a lot bigger, helps people watch the TV from the right side of the trailer, and adds a touch of class. It all looks great with the halogen pucks above it, shining down on the sparkling granite."