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Old 03-05-2021, 08:07 AM   #1
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Remodel Of Interior

Did some upgrading to the coach.
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How it looks now. Put in a tv lift in the cabinet on the lower left with a 49" tv.
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Looks very comfortable. I like it.
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Looks great!
I can see someone worked very hard.
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Great job!
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Nice work!!! But then doing things like really isnít work!
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Congrats, well done.
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Did some upgrading to the coach.
Image from when I purchased it.
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How it looks now. Put in a tv lift in the cabinet on the lower left with a 49" tv.
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That looks very nice. My coach is very similar on the inside, and I was wondering who makes that couch. Also would you mind posting a pic of the front of the tv cabinet?
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The Couch is from Recpro. I'll try and get a shot of the cabinet tomorrow.
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Super nice, where did you find such nice lumber for the table?
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Super nice, where did you find such nice lumber for the table?
Lowes, it's Poplar.
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Here's the front of cabinet as requested.
Just noticed the 1/4 round sticking up in the picture. And just went out and fixed it.
I put the metal screen material on the doors for ventilation, I have a desktop computer behind the right door. And Bluray player behind left door under the shelves.
I put the screen on the access door under the residential fridge when I installed it and liked how it looked so I tried it here to.
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Here's the front of cabinet as requested.
Just noticed the 1/4 round sticking up in the picture. And just went out and fixed it.
I put the metal screen material on the doors for ventilation, I have a desktop computer behind the right door. And Bluray player behind left door under the shelves.
I put the screen on the access door under the residential fridge when I installed it and liked how it looked so I tried it here to.
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That looks great, thanks for taking the time to post the pic and let me know about Recpro. Had a fifth wheel that had a electric fireplace, and TV lift in it and I was thinking I might do a similar cabinet with TV elevator and the fireplace/heater in front.
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Here's the front of cabinet as requested.
Just noticed the 1/4 round sticking up in the picture. And just went out and fixed it.
I put the metal screen material on the doors for ventilation, I have a desktop computer behind the right door. And Bluray player behind left door under the shelves.
I put the screen on the access door under the residential fridge when I installed it and liked how it looked so I tried it here to.
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Did you do the floor yourself?
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Old 03-12-2021, 08:28 PM   #14
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Yes I did. 1st one I've done.
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