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Old 10-29-2012, 08:19 AM   #1
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Booth Dinette Remodel

I have a smaller slide for my galley and when the slide is in, the booth dinette gobbled up a lot of room.

I found the perfect table and chairs so Saturday morning, I dis-assembled the booth dinette and installed the new setup. The wood chairs look like they were made as a set with the table, but actually, they are folding chairs and I can store them under the bed! When I need sleeping space, the chairs can be folded away, the table can be moved to the front and I have a raised floor self inflating full size air mattress that fits perfectly in that space! So I lose nothing except some storage under the old booth dinette seats.

I am going to get a floor rug for the dinette area, patch and paint the walls, remove the glass partition to the right of the stove (no longer necessary) and add a foldaway counter top extension (plan on cutting/using the old dinette table top to match existing counters) to the right of the stove like the one I have on the other end. This coach has a very small small amount of counter space, so an extra 6-8" extension will really help!

Here are pictures of what I got done Saturday.....

By the way, if anybody knows anybody that wants a booth dinette, contact me! I've got it for sale in Craigslist, it's in great shape and the fabric can be replaced easily since it's all zippered over the cushions......
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Old 10-29-2012, 08:38 AM   #2
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Good find look nice
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Old 10-29-2012, 09:42 AM   #3
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Looks great, I always liked the table and chairs better than the booths. We had the table and chairs in our 2002 Pace Arrow and loved me thinking!!

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Good job, Kent. Looks great!!
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Nicely done Kent.


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