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Old 12-02-2013, 05:16 PM   #1
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Desk/table solution!



For those of you wishing to make your 'space' more liveable, take a looka t these solutions. I am certain many of you could do this yourselves.

Miller's Amazing Magic Table - Two Pedestal Table over Free Standing Dining Table
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Old 12-02-2013, 10:21 PM   #2
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I don't think I would do that, as the work surfaces for the pc are too confining for me over to the sides like that. I need more spread-out room. But for some, I suppose it could work.
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Old 12-03-2013, 12:21 AM   #3
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I suppose we could, this is the one I did to replace our standing table, which we used as a desk anyway.

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Old 12-03-2013, 12:41 AM   #4
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really nice looks like some of the units on the site,
i like the ides of being able to fold the table down or away and having lots of space when needed....

You need to start your own 'workshop' Beautifully done!!
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Have you checked out Bradd and Hall. They have lots of products to upgrade your RV. Focal wood products is the manufacture of many of their products.
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Old 12-03-2013, 11:15 AM   #6
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Have you checked out Bradd and Hall. They have lots of products to upgrade your RV. Focal wood products is the manufacture of many of their products.
WOW! these are perfect, the table I like is not available as I cannot find it anywhere on the list, however there are a few other things that are really nice and available.
Thanks for the links ...
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The Bradd and Hall and Focal Wood Products look great as well as offering a range of options. Thanks for sharing this info. I'll keep it for when I get my new unit and prepare it for my style of use.

Had anybody here installed the newer style of desk that can be used as a conventional sit down desk, raised to more of a counter height, or even higher as a standup work station? I'd really like this setup in my fiver - when I get it. Any input would be appreciated, especially with pics. Thanks in advance.
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I should state that I have no connection with Bradd and Hall. Other than being a customer.
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I should state that I have no connection with Bradd and Hall. Other than being a customer.
Cute.. It wouldn't matter if you did or didn't if you have what is wanted it makes no difference... affiliation isn't a bad thing, it means you know your product, it is always up to the consumer if they buy or not, and if you were affiliated I would have more faith in the merchandise, but since you are not I shall take your word for it....

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