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Old 04-28-2014, 03:49 PM   #1
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Where do you put your cup/glass/book/etc?

While looking at Class C Motorhomes we have noticed most don't have anywhere to place your cup/glass/book/etc while sitting on the couch. I've tried to check out Camping World for something to put on the arm rest but haven't found anything. Don't want to use a TV table. Is there anything someone has found to remedy this problem? Thanks
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We have a side table on our recliners to put things on.
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There are U shaped tables that are made to fit under couches and give you a place to set something. We have one and it lays on the couch when traveling. You can get wood ones at Lazy Boy for about $120, we bought ours at Kirkland in Tucson for $59, it's part metal with a wood top
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We have a side table on our recliners to put things on.
Thanks, I forgot to add that there is no room to put anything on the side. One side is a wall and the other side is the booth.
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There are U shaped tables that are made to fit under couches and give you a place to set something. We have one and it lays on the couch when traveling. You can get wood ones at Lazy Boy for about $120, we bought ours at Kirkland in Tucson for $59, it's part metal with a wood top
Thanks, I'll have to check that out!
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There are U shaped tables that are made to fit under couches and give you a place to set something. We have one and it lays on the couch when traveling. You can get wood ones at Lazy Boy for about $120, we bought ours at Kirkland in Tucson for $59, it's part metal with a wood top
Thanks I'll have to check that out.
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I bought some cup holders that screw to the wall and fold away when not in use. I mounted them on either side of the sofa. I bought them at Camping World but I do not see then when I do a search now. Here is a link to Amazon for the same thing.

Amazon.com: American Technology CH-00100-BLK-1 THE MUGGER Black HD Folding Cup Holder: Automotive
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I really like that interior! Very nice! It seems more spacious than the booth style.
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Bar Buoys are nice if someone is driving. Cans don't spill and the container is removable so just the hanger is almost flush to the sfc. We love ours. http://www.amazon.com/s/?ie=UTF8&key..._2vgx0bf8em_ee
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I bought two collapsable ottomans that have a reversible top that can be a tray. My husband and I tend to share one to put our feet on on use the other for a beverage in the evening. They collapse into about 4 inches each for traveling and can be used for extra storage when camped.
I think I found them on QVC.
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Something like this might be what you are looking for. There are some nicely finished wooden ones also that RV owners seem to like that was discussed recently but I can't find the discussion about them. Maybe it was on another RV forum.

Arm Rest Tray Organizers

Edit - Found one: Sofa Tray
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I bought two collapsable ottomans that have a reversible top that can be a tray. My husband and I tend to share one to put our feet on on use the other for a beverage in the evening. They collapse into about 4 inches each for traveling and can be used for extra storage when camped.
I think I found them on QVC.
Thanks, I'll check that out also, dual purpose works for me!!!
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We have an end-table on one side of our sofa, but on the other side there is no place to sit a cup of coffee or whatever. I found this cute little wooden "sofa arm table" at Amazon; it works great and will fit varied widths of furniture arms.






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[QUOTE=SarahW;2030231]We have an end-table on one side of our sofa, but on the other side there is no place to sit a cup of coffee or whatever. I found this cute little wooden "sofa arm table" at Amazon; it works great and will fit varied widths of furniture arms.





That looks interesting, Thanks
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