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Old 02-24-2014, 08:32 PM   #57
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I tried using it but takes up to much space when you take it off to sleep. Mine is actually pretty so put it on when I want to show off. Otherwise store it in closet at stick house

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Old 02-24-2014, 11:35 PM   #58
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In our last coach 2005 Monaco Diplomat, the bedspread was one of the nicest ones I've ever seen. It was very heavy material, the foot end was fitted so it tucked up nicely to the bed and the head portion had built in pillow case holders. If I could find another one like that, I would buy it.

Our new coach has a relatively thin bedspread and is just flat. It doesn't look nice on the bed. It also came with the extra pillows that the wife likes and are a pain to deal with every evening.

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Old 03-01-2014, 12:54 PM   #59
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Take it off!!! Heaven forbid. DW wouldn't hear of it. We have to take it off at night, put it on in the morning, then put on the 27 pillows,,,,,, What a pain....but it makes her happy and that's what it's all about...(I think there is only 5 pillows)...
I knew my wife had an identical twin out there!! She's also a quilter so there has to be a quilt folded at the end of the bed. I use that for naps But at night all these blankets and pillows get carried to the couch (about 3 trips)
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Old 03-01-2014, 01:23 PM   #60
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We have fur kids who 'own' the bed.

Yes, especially when they're muddy.

Bedspread carefully folded & bagged and replaced with a cheap quilted one from WalMart. It needs to be washed often.
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Old 03-02-2014, 03:23 PM   #61
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We use ours consistently. The coach interior is all matching in a conservative sea green. I have the task of making/unmaking the bed, I figured out how to do it neatly, and store it, in under 5 minutes.
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Old 03-18-2014, 06:53 AM   #62
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Wifey insists on making the bed completely every morning. Original spread and sham look nice as they match the head board and window trim. The spread, sham pillows all 6 of them , go under the bed for the night. I installed new 150# lifts on the bed so I don't need to be involved.
We didn't install the lifts but we do exactly as you. We actually like the ones that came with our '14 Sunstar. While we don't don't put it back on every day, we do put it on when we have friends or neighbors over. It just completes the look and isn't gaudy at all.
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Old 03-19-2014, 04:13 PM   #63
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We still use the fitted one that came with out 2002 Adventurer and use it both to cover the blankets/pillows when not in use and to keep warm at night. Still in good shape. I wish I could find a fitted one for home.
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The one that came with our trailer when we got it 2 weeks ago is but! ugly. Horrible fabric. No pillows or anything else. I've put it away to be lost until someday we decide to sell the trailer. A clearance "quilt-like" comforter from Kohls is on the bed now.
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Old 03-19-2014, 04:42 PM   #65
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[QUOTE=Dutch Star Don;1942684]the foot end was fitted so it tucked up nicely to the bed and the head portion had built in pillow case holders. If I could find another one like that, I would buy it.

Have you tried to Google "fitted bedspreads"? I did, and got several. I also saw one listed under "yacht interiors" that was very nice. It is at oceantailors.com.
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We never break camp without making the bed, which includes the bed spread and throw pillows.
Everything in the Motorhome is picked up and put away . It only takes a few minutes and it makes everything look nice.
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Old 03-25-2014, 11:52 PM   #67
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We never break camp without making the bed, which includes the bed spread and throw pillows. Everything in the Motorhome is picked up and put away . It only takes a few minutes and it makes everything look nice.
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Old 03-26-2014, 06:34 AM   #68
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We replaced ours before we took delivery, knowing what the factory supplied item looked like. We have it in reserve in case we might need it for something, but it was not overly attractive so it lives in the bag that it's replacement came in. Fortunately I did not think bordello when I first saw it (but that's certainly the impression I got from some after looking at 20 or 30 other units!) , but it's still not what we wanted. I imagine that it's like paint in your house - everyone thinks that the wall would look better in a different color...

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Old 03-26-2014, 07:49 AM   #69
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Not one in our new-to-us MH, but there was one in our previous one. Don't know what happened to it. Never used. New owners have put in a nice looking bedspread set to compliment their new indoor paint job. It really looks nice. In both MH's we used a two sided Mickey Mouse comforter, but usually just a blanket at night. Pulled the comforter up from the foot of the bed on really cold nights and daytimes when we wanted the place to look nice.

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