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Old 08-17-2015, 02:31 PM   #15
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Seem to me that RV manufacturers tend to copy each other when it comes to interior wood colors. During the past few years, everyone has been using darker, cherry wood tones. Before that, there was a lot of oak. Starting with the 2016 models, Winnebago is using lighter woods in their Minnie line, so I'm waiting to see what other manufacturers start doing.
Grand Design just launched a new TT line up called Imagine. It has dark espresso colored cabinets.

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Old 08-27-2015, 10:42 PM   #16
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That's one of the reasons we bought a 2016 Winnebago travel trailer, they went to a light color interior that we found refreshing from all the dark color interiors on the market
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Here's what the interior of our coach looks like. (This is actually a photo from Winnebago's brochure, but it is just like ours except we have the dinnette.) We really like the light wood with the darker highlights from the upholstery and the countertops.

That's pretty much what we ordered in our '02 Dutch Star. All the woodwork was white and so was the chair although it was an overstuffed rocker/recliner.

I found a '07 London Aire that had an all white interior but it was just too much. But I bet my DW would have loved it, she really isn't that taken with the Magna's interior.
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That's one of the reasons we bought a 2016 Winnebago travel trailer, they went to a light color interior that we found refreshing from all the dark color interiors on the market
Wow, that is really nice.
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Each to their own. I looked at the 2016 Micro Minnie and the 2015 Minnie and I liked the richness of the Cherry Wood better than the Off White of the 2016. So there is easily something for everyone I would think.
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Definitely a personal preference. Our last camper had a light oak finish and I really hated it. If we hadn't sold it, I probably would've painted it.

I absolutely love the dark finish in our new TT:

But I agree that it would be nice if manufacturers offered at least a couple of different options. I'm sure it comes down to supply and demand, though...and keeping the bottom line low for them.

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