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Old 05-13-2014, 02:28 PM   #15
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We placed a small circular hook on the wall and then I made a long bungee cord that I wrapped around the chair and footstool for traveling. It only took about 30 seconds to set up for traveling. Worked out well.
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Wow! That's stunning!
I saw your post earlier today while at work, but was unable to post a comment. Your motor home is beautiful! Unbelievably, adding the table even adds more beauty. I'm impressed.
I showed it to wife, and she couldn't believe the elegance. Now we are thinking about doing something with out dinner table...it would be an easy improvement with big results.
Very nice!! Thanks for sharing your home!
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Wow! That's stunning!
I saw your post earlier today while at work, but was unable to post a comment. Your motor home is beautiful! Unbelievably, adding the table even adds more beauty. I'm impressed.
I showed it to wife, and she couldn't believe the elegance. Now we are thinking about doing something with out dinner table...it would be an easy improvement with big results.
Very nice!! Thanks for sharing your home!
You are too kind, thank you. I love the small personal touches that make an RV "homey." We don't have a high-end coach, but we love it! There are a lot of interior remodeling posts on the forum and they are all so much fun to see.
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Smile New table

Is there any way to bolt down a table like that on a slide? Love it!!!
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get some small L brackets and attach them to the rear legs-
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The wood table was received from RVFurniture.com yesterday; it turned out great! We took it to the Bounder last night, so the only pics I could get are with the slide in and in poor lighting. Really happy with the table......Here's the table that was removed (and will be put back in if/when we ever trade the Bounder.)
Thanks for posting the idea and the pictures. I hadn't seen that site until just recently and wondered what they looked like in actual application. That is a beautiful set up. The wife and I would like to do a change out and get rid of or booth entirely. Even though our overall living area in our Itasca 35F is similar in layout, the booth in ours lacks in both quality appearance and even more so comfort. We use the storage space under the seats so I'm trying to come up with something that will also accommodate what is stored there at the present time.
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I want to keep my booth but would like to buy the table support that hooks to wall without standard leg. Where can I buy one.
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Thanks for posting the idea and the pictures. I hadn't seen that site until just recently and wondered what they looked like in actual application. That is a beautiful set up. The wife and I would like to do a change out and get rid of or booth entirely. Even though our overall living area in our Itasca 35F is similar in layout, the booth in ours lacks in both quality appearance and even more so comfort. We use the storage space under the seats so I'm trying to come up with something that will also accommodate what is stored there at the present time.
Here's a better picture of the new table installed. We are VERY happy with this upgrade.

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Is there any way to bolt down a table like that on a slide? Love it!!!
As Ernie said, you can add L-brackets. Also, there are different styles of wood tables on the website that come with bases that are ready to bolt to the floor. You might find a better solution depending on the style of the table.
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Here is a thread with pictures on replacing the table in my Coach with what I now call a "counter table". The old table stuck out in the walkway between the front and back of the coach through the kitchen and we never used it. The new counter table gives us more room and a clear path around the kitchen with a view out the window when we sit down. I also have a work area on the end next to the wall for my computer. The new hickory top matches the existing wood in the coach as well.

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