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Old 11-12-2014, 02:00 PM   #1
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Remove dinette booth. ..now need to hide back of outside compartment. ..

Hey there, when I pulled out my booth for more room, it uncovered the back of an outdoor compartment door. I won't use it anymore and need a creative way to cover it because it's ugly. Anyway have ideas? Thanks!
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Old 11-12-2014, 02:21 PM   #2
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Hey there, when I pulled out my booth for more room, it uncovered the back of an outdoor compartment door. I won't use it anymore and need a creative way to cover it because it's ugly. Anyway have ideas? Thanks!
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A piece of cork board?
Prefinished paneling?
Cedar closet liner?
Carpeting?
2 or 3 cabinet doors?
Wainscoting?
A picture, poster or mirror from the Good Will store?
A piece of wall papered, or painted cardboard?
A shower curtain?
Pegboard?
Plywood?
Stainless steel?
(The possibilities are endless).
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Old 11-12-2014, 02:36 PM   #3
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Hard to speculate without seeing it, but I wonder:

Is there any advantage to having access to the backside of the compartment door? Or for somebody who has opened that compartment door from the outside to have access to the inside of that part of the coach?

...light fixture?
...exhaust fan?
...small shelf?
...lazy susan?
...pizza pass-through?

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Put a small wooden DVD or bookshelf there. Screw it to the wall so that you can secure the outside door.
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Put a small wooden DVD or bookshelf there. Screw it to the wall so that you can secure the outside door.
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Or build a shallow cabinet with shelves you can access via the compartment door.
As I said the possibilities are endless.
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