Gulfstream NA 212BA
and NA 213BA
Karen Lynn Interior Design has had a unique opportunity to gain knowledge and experience in the area of aircraft interior refurbishments. Karen Lynn not only the designed the interior for two Gulfstream III projects, she also managed and supervised these interiors from start to finish on her own. She has worked on four aircraft "refurb" projects total, two Gulfstream III's, one Gulfstream II, and an Embraer Legacy 600.
During this process, Karen Lynn Interior Design gained the experience of selecting the appropriate materials to meet FAA requirements and provided burn testing for certification on 135 charter certain and part 91. We also managed a specialized group of aircraft skilled labor which we utilized on the different projects at the Clients hangers. We coordinated all refinishing and modificationsof the " mods" or woodwork, redesigned the tray tables, and reveneered the drink ledges. We provided the new seat design,upholstery and mock up seat burn testing and provided all documentation to the chief pilot for log book entry. We provided new plating throughout on the cabinetry hardware, the lighting system and seat belt webbing. We selected beautiful new plush materials for sheep skin seating in the cockpit, new carpets, upholstery of the overhead, cockpit panels, bulkheads and panels below the drink ledge. We also installed light weight stone on counters and floors in two of the four aircraft. In addition, we converted divans to berthing divans and provided all drawings and engineering services for the return to service of the aircraft. We modified the galley and installed a microwave inverter and the engineering services and provided custom china and glassware storage. We also changed all MSA window shades and worked in the baggage area to reupholster the gross point material. We also redid the entry way steps with aero dot and finished off the project by providing cashmere blankets and fine linens and dinnerware to outfit these sophisticated aircraft interiors.