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Old 08-18-2013, 01:06 AM   #21
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My small A-Frame trailer has brown curtains and cushions. I used a two sided quilted bed spread and folded it over to cover the pull out sofa bed while also revealing both sides of the spread. DH thought I recovered the cushions. It was a cheap way to add color and reduce the brown.
Very nice! I like the pillows, but sadly they would end up on floor since our dog thinks the seat is there just for him.
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Old 08-18-2013, 12:57 PM   #22
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Ya'll, Bed Bath and Beyond is having a big clearance sale on bedding!

We got a new comforter set (eight pieces) for the RV...perfect coloring! It's color blocking, quilted, with all the right colors, brown, tan, and a BIG pop of RED! IIRC we got it at about a third of the original price.

DH hates the really thick comforters, which is what I'd bought right after we got the RV, he says he feels like he's smotherin' under it...likes covers up under the chin.

This one is thick, but not hugely so, and not "fluffy", and is nicely machine quilted in a flower design.

Has anyone tried to use a dust ruffle on a bed like ours, with storage drawers at the foot? I'm thinking I'll turn the skirt around backwards, to the end with no skirt. That way I'd at least have the skirting on the sides.
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Also got a 4 cup Cuisinart coffee maker at a good price. This is the third brand we've tried...hope this one suits us.

We'd been to three pet stores looking for doggie steps so our doxy wouldn't hurt his back trying to jump up to, and down from, our RV bed...it's pretty high. We ended up buying an awful molded plastic one at Petco....ugh!...had to get something since we're leaving Thursday night. Walked next door to BB&B and VOILA! There was a nice wooden set of steps that fold up when not in use. I guess they fell under the "Beyond" clause.

Mosey'd right back over to Petco, returned that awful plastic set and bought the one at BB&B.

(we'd been using a kitchen chair set at the foot of the bed...DH was stumbling into it at night on the way to the bathroom, and I forgot it there and started retracting the bedroom slide once...ack!...almost smooshed it up against the dresser.
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