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Old 10-26-2012, 11:39 PM   #43
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We had the border prints around the kitchen. It started peeling within a few weeks.... I finally just removed it. Not much of it was showing anyway because it was just above the counter and my appliances, etc. covered it up.
The Vinyl glue works better on those boarders than regular wallpaper glue. Much better... don't ask how I know this.
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Old 10-26-2012, 11:47 PM   #44
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I think the "decorators" are trying to be as neutral as possible, which generally means as uninspiring as possible, so as not to offend anyone, thereby offending everyone.

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The new RVs we've looked at and the TT we bought new in 2011 are ultra-ugly as far as color goes. They're using the dead colors that make RVs remind some people of funeral parlors. Browns. Grays. Beige. Dull dead colors you see in the winter woods on a cloudy day. Without a lot of expense or time at a sewing machine, it's hard to liven up these colorless tasteless RVs.
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