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Old 07-20-2013, 10:15 AM   #11
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LOL Tom! You sound like my spouse. He's stopped asking "why". For me, after starting off the year with my first three trips in the wind and rain & confined inside the trailer - I decided I would add a few personal touches for mental comfort. Its still stock as well - its all superficial this far. I'd like DH to make a few minor changes inside but nothing too design altering...just small things to make the function of use less annoying.
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Old 07-20-2013, 10:50 AM   #12
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Thanks all for the nice thoughts of my project! DH has stopped asking "why". Haha

HERmit, would love to see your pics! Its hard to not overwhelm the RV space with "too much". The first privacy curtains were a metallic rust color but it made the space feel smaller, so down they went!

Another project for the A-frame this summer --> DH made a rotating solar pole for his TC & will do a similar pole for solar panel for the A Frame.

No pics of my personal touches yet. Our home away from home is at the dealer's right now, having some mostly minor issues taken care of. We are leaving it there until the first of August since we're heading out in that direction anyway for a trip with friends, will just stop by hook up and roll on. And, with no rushing 'em they have plenty of time to get it right. I'll get pics when we have 'er back.

Yes, one must take on a minimalist attitude and mentality re our RVs, lest we end up looking like hoarders on wheels, and of course weight is always to be considered. One thing I've felt important is to use small items from home just for continuity...a small "angel teddy bear" he gave me when we first met sits on the bed, etc.
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Old 07-20-2013, 10:53 AM   #13
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Ooooh! You either added some pics or I missed some of 'em! I love the inspirational message decals on the walls!

All who wander are not lost!

LOVE THAT!

I purchased a couple but am hesitant to put 'em on the walls. There's large almost-full-length mirror in our bedroom. I'm planning to put one of them there.
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Old 07-20-2013, 10:56 AM   #14
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That is a charming design.

Not being particularly creative or color aware myself, Carly is still exclusively stock and likely to remain with a relativity impersonal decor.
Tom,

No need to be officially "color aware"....just add a pop of color here and there, since it appears all FR RVs are monotone/earth tone schemes for the interior.
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Old 07-20-2013, 11:34 AM   #15
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HERmit, the vinyl words on the walls (came from Wall Quotes, Words, Letters, Decals & Sayings | Vinyl Quotes For Walls) and can be removed with heat from a blowdryer with no damage to wall underneath. I've also ordered from www.wallwords.com and the words can also be removed with blowdryer heat....just make sure your design is level and in the spot you want and go for it. With a large design, whatever you do, avoid the tempation to lift (thinking you are repositioning) as it will cause a wrinkle. haha - I made that mistake when I put the monkeys on the front of my trailer. Its not noticeable unless pointed out, but because I did it- I fixate on that tiny wrinkle. haha
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Old 07-20-2013, 11:47 AM   #16
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Monkeys? Front of the trailer?

PICS! Pretty Please!
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Old 07-20-2013, 11:52 AM   #17
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Found your album....I'm jealous!

Now if I could just figure out what your avatar is....left my glasses in another part of the house. (chuckle)
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Old 07-20-2013, 12:07 PM   #18
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Great job on decorating! You mention decorating the outside...Do you have pictures of the outside decor?
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Old 07-20-2013, 12:11 PM   #19
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Oh dear...just discovered "wallwritten". Our bank account is about to take a huge hit...for the TT and here at home.

I'm a die hard romantic and a die hard Southern cook/foodie... some of those phrases are *so* appropriate for someone like me. (blush) Absolutely adore some of the kitchen phrases.
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Great job on decorating! You mention decorating the outside...Do you have pictures of the outside decor?
Check her album. Adorable! MONKEYS! whimsical MONKEYS!
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