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Old 11-22-2013, 09:33 AM   #15
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Great job guys!
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Thanks for all the kind words! To respond to those wondering how it works when we travel, it is really just a matter of being smart about where we place things so they don't slide and break. Some things go in the bedroom, in the shower, in the nooks and corners where they won't slide around. Sure it is a little trouble, but it is worth it to have the type of decor and look we want. Plus we stay in places for a while before moving on, so it really isn't bad.

As far as removing the valances, they were simply decor (and bad decor in our opinion), and weren't providing any privacy. So we still have plenty of privacy with our night shades which we kept. Some of the blinds we just bolted right back into the wall without the valances, and a few had to go back in the same holes that were drilled for the valances so I drilled the blinds into a 2x2 and drilled that into the ceiling in the same holes used for the valances.

Thanks again for all of the encouragement!
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Old 11-24-2013, 05:35 PM   #17
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Very nice, congrats on a great job!
I also wish the manufacturers would pay attention and get rid of the dark gloom and doom, darkened interior colors of the new RVs now days. It's not popular anywhere, including RVers, but the manufacturers seem incapable of such simple comprehension.
Maybe you two need to go into the RV consulting biz? :-)
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Old 11-25-2013, 06:41 AM   #18
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Very nice, congrats on a great job!
I also wish the manufacturers would pay attention and get rid of the dark gloom and doom, darkened interior colors of the new RVs now days. It's not popular anywhere, including RVers, but the manufacturers seem incapable of such simple comprehension.
Maybe you two need to go into the RV consulting biz? :-)
Maybe the manufactures should go back and look at what they did at least 10 years ago. Nice light and bright color! Who wants doom & gloom when your on vacation!

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Old 11-25-2013, 10:34 AM   #19
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The "designers" should get out of their own little section of the country. Not everyone wants a mid-west country decor.

DW and I prefer urban loft and mid-century Hollywood.

I really like the stuff I see in Eurpoean RV's and Airstream has a great design team.

KOA sent out a recent article that highlighted an RV designer. I was laughing because the styles and ideas are so old fashioned I had no idea there was such a thing as an RV designer.
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Old 11-25-2013, 11:36 AM   #20
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I like the picture next to the door , I want one :-D
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