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Old 05-14-2014, 10:36 AM   #21
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Did the tables and mag racks come with it??
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Looks awesome. I'll add a little armrest table to our dual recliner proto as well. It'snot necessary when you have a dinette...but why not have it, so we can offer the dual recliner ipo sofa/dinette on all floor plans.
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Old 05-14-2014, 07:41 PM   #23
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I built the cabinets and magizine rack. I left the opening between the two for the recliner handle. I used ultra light mdf and laminated it.
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Roberto

Nice work on the wood work.
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Nice, looks good!
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Project is complete. Finally a place to set back and relax! Built cabinet with tray table on each side of loveseat with magazine racks behind them. Work perfect with existing tv arm. I am sending 2 pictures.
Roberto, you did a really nice stain match to the cabinets. Can you tell us what brand and color stain you used. Thanks.
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Thank you very much for the pics. Very nice.
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I laminated the cabinet and magazine rack with Formica (auburn maple). I used some stain to touch up existing wood and for that I used a combination or MinWax (gun stock) and (cherry).

Between the seats I laminated a L piece of wood and installed a double usb receptacle and a 12 volt receptacle below it.
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I laminated the cabinet and magazine rack with Formica (auburn maple). I used some stain to touch up existing wood and for that I used a combination or MinWax (gun stock) and (cherry).

Between the seats I laminated a L piece of wood and installed a double usb receptacle and a 12 volt receptacle below it.
Roberto. Would you be willing to share your "floor plan" with others. You put a lot of work into your project and it is great and to be honest we would like to copy your work. We of course would pay for any material you deem we should.

Thanks for sharing what you have as it really gave us an alternative.

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Old 06-01-2014, 09:27 PM   #30
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Let me know what you need help with.

The first thing you need to do is find and order the loveseat. We had a hard time finding one this size. Size is perfect. Would have been better if they built it without lift arm on side so it could be built in with no gap. If you use this one I put the information on the first page.

Taking out the dinette is easy. I ripped the carpet out at the same time and upgraded. Trace the old piece to the new piece. Get enough for the cab carpet so they will match. Take them both down to a carpet binder and have them both bound (perimeter). I had them put rubber backing on cab carpet.
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