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Old 04-26-2007, 11:33 AM   #1
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OK, ladies Need table for tight space between couch and swivel chair in TT. Looked at CW at convertible tables but don't need end to dining size, more end to coffee table size serving chair and couch as needed. I put a wood TV tray there for now but too high (about 25"). As I speak I'm noticing years old, wicker look table (21") probably Pier 1,now in our bedroom with stackable/cluster bottom table. Hmmmm maybe that would work as could pull out smaller table to use in front of couch for drink, plate. Pier 1 might be a good place to look anyway. Any ideas?

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Old 04-26-2007, 11:33 AM   #2
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OK, ladies Need table for tight space between couch and swivel chair in TT. Looked at CW at convertible tables but don't need end to dining size, more end to coffee table size serving chair and couch as needed. I put a wood TV tray there for now but too high (about 25"). As I speak I'm noticing years old, wicker look table (21") probably Pier 1,now in our bedroom with stackable/cluster bottom table. Hmmmm maybe that would work as could pull out smaller table to use in front of couch for drink, plate. Pier 1 might be a good place to look anyway. Any ideas?

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Old 05-03-2007, 08:26 PM   #3
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Hi jmo

I found a table on this web site.... Collections Etc Maybe that will work. I've purchased from this company MANY times and have always been pleased with the products.
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Old 05-04-2007, 09:49 AM   #4
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Thank you very much. Very nice looking, will measure. Great site. It just might work.

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Old 05-09-2007, 01:13 PM   #5
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D, in case you look in again, a follow-up. I stopped in a Pier One that had "nestled" tables on big 75% sale off. Bought one but will be needing basket/drawer idea in future so keeping Collections site handy.

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Old 05-10-2007, 12:01 PM   #6
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We removed our Rest Easy reclining sofa and the recliner that came with the MH, and put in two Lazy Boy swivel rocker recliners... Opens up the space nicely and doesn't look as crowded.

I found a wicker table at either Linens N'Things or Bed Bath and Beyond (can't remember which). They have them in all sizes. It is a metal frame with 3 wicker drawers for storage, and just the right height for a medium size table lamp. We use one of the floor seatbelts to secure it while traveling. Looks great..
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Old 05-10-2007, 03:16 PM   #7
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Judy, talking about replacing couch I would like to do that eventually. Two recliners would work for me but Ed likes to stretch out, nap on a couch. He is tall so thinking maybe replace sofabed with one of those L shaped and no armrest on one end or easy bed where it just flips open. Our sofabed very comfortable as a couch but bed is a waste.

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With the sofa and a recliner on the same side of the MH, the wall space was really cramped, so we removed the recliner shortly after we bought the MH. Our sofa was also a recliner, but both sides reclined at the same time, and we couldn't agree on what was comfy...

The new chairs are great! Plus, the pattern on the sofa (which I hated) dominated the color scheme. The new chairs are a soft camel color and I put ruby colored throws and bright throw pillows out, and a multi-colored red/gold throw rug. Looks like a brand new place. Plus, I can change the colors whenever I want. Of course, that meant I had to get a new bedspread, pillows, towels, etc. because the bedroom no longer matched the rest of the MH.

When we bought our Mh, the first thing my daughter said was.. "Mom, with the way you love to rearrange things, how will you ever survive a home with attached furniture?"... Well.. where there is a will... there is a way!.. Took me 3 years, but I figured it out.

We put the sofa in storage in case we need it when we eventually sell the MH.
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Old 05-10-2007, 06:59 PM   #9
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Sounds good. Like your color scheme too.

We now have our regular house (no wheels), TT and MH. The stick built will go in a year or so to downsize to ???? who knows. But I can tell you after 4 boys and this 4000sf house, I have had enough. Love the small cozyness of both our TT and MH...entertaining for more than 4 "total" is outside

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We also were looking for a table to use between chairs only for us it was our pilot and co-pilot chairs. I wanted one alittle higher than normal and with storage in the bottom but in a drawer or basket so the stuff inside would be under control. I found a basket website that would custom make a table for us that would be plenty sturdy. foxcreekbaskets.com While not cheap the table is exactly what I wanted and it plenty sturdy. Also we have had in the past a table I believe is called "magic table". The height is adjustable, the top can be narrow or wide with several different adjustments and there is a magazine rack on the bottom. Again not cheap but well made. These tables are sold a RV shows I believe. We bought ours at a Winnebago rally.
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