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Old 02-03-2015, 07:25 PM   #11
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Again...I am offering you the opportunity to post whatever color scheme you want. I didn't say it needed to be pattern.

You want to change to all solid neutrals, but all means, lets see what you mean. If enough people like it, maybe its our newest color. We can call it "markangie24 beige"
When you sell your house it is best that walls etc. are neutral colors so the new owners can decorate it in their style. The same should be for RVs, neutral browns, tans in a solid fashion for seats, seat backs, to blend with the wood in the coach. This gives the owners the ability to decorate in their colors without offensive seat backs looking at them. I have walked into RVs and walked back out because the colors/designs flat sucked and were very ugly. No patterns are needed just solid neutral colors. We will see.



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Old 02-03-2015, 07:31 PM   #12
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I cannot figure out how to attach pictures on my iPad. I like neutrals, especially warm colors. I am sure for everyone saying that, there are an equal number who like cool colors. For instance, I can't live with a cool gray, but I can live with a taupe gray. Light colors inside. I hate dark spaces. Lighter cabinetry helps lighten the interior. I do like some accent patterns, but having the option of solid dinette upholstery would be nice. Options between light, medium, and darker neutral sofa upholstery, whether leatherette or cloth. Keeping patterns to pillows with accent colors, as well as window treatments will help owners inexpensively update decor as fashion and their tastes change. I like the color schemes of fall colors - orange, rust, gold, sage greens, as well as ice blue, mustard yellow, white, and lime greens (not necessarily all together). And please, no border prints!
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Old 02-03-2015, 07:39 PM   #13
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Thanks for the props n-e-d! It's got to be tough trying to guess what will work for the majority! Interesting comment from Hondaman on seeing most of the interiors in pine/oak; it seems the opposite from where we are... seeing mostly dark cherrys and espresso color interiors.

I would also like to see what your designers are looking at, might be fun to see an episode on youtube
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Old 02-03-2015, 07:51 PM   #14
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Neutral colors are always best. You can't please everyone!!!

Good grief, in the 80's we had brown/orange/cream plaid, 90's was tan/aqua leaves, what more can designers do with color to please all the people???
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Old 02-03-2015, 08:39 PM   #15
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I like solid and neutral colors too without busy pattern.

This is my top choice


Or this one:


Light color looks contemporary but hard to keep clean:
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I like the gray this person posted. The blue? YICH!




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So a quick google search and with credit to pinterest (I take no credit, I just like the colors) ...
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Get rid of these "patterns" like in this picture. YICH! I agree with a poster in another thread who said "Epileptic seizures."

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I like all three schemes HomeOnWheels posted.
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Also I really don't like fabric. I prefer leather, or leatherette if cost is a concern.
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So if we just did solid leather/leatherette with a contrasting stitch that would be preferred? Maybe at that point we could incorporate more color because its only in the window valance.

What if we did the dinette in one color (darker brown) with light stitching and the sofa in a lighter color with dark stitching? too weird or would you rather have the dinette and sofa in the same color?
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