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Old 04-07-2014, 01:15 AM   #1
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Sheer curtains

Its probably not a surprise to an A-Frame owner to realize someone is peeking thru your kitchen window to see what the interior looks like. Darn curiosity seekers. Haha

Today I put up some sheer curtains to see how they might work in addition to the brown stock curtains. I wanted to try sheers for privacy and also because they allow the light to still come in. I will eventually replace the stock curtains with something of my choosing.
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Old 04-07-2014, 01:51 AM   #2
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That looks awesome
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Old 04-07-2014, 09:55 AM   #3
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I like it! I also think that your application of stencils on the roof is very cool. We are working on sewing up different curtains for ours as well - something in a much heavier fabric (and with some pattern to it.)

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Hi Randy - the ceiling stencil is actually a vinyl decal. Using vinyl is a great way to decorate the interior.!
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Old 04-07-2014, 11:30 AM   #5
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Hi,
Curtains look great. Where did you get the rack behind the sink, it's just what I've been looking for ?
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Old 04-07-2014, 12:00 PM   #6
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Hey Dude! Welcome to the A-Frame Forum & congrats on your new purchase!

I bought it thru Amazon.

Bathroom Wall Shelf:Amazon:Home & Kitchen

I suggest you take measurements of the various areas you are considering for storage/organization needs. Whenever I go to the store, I scope out possible things that might work.

I absolutely am pleased with the little behind the sink shelf unit that I purchased. Please be aware - It won't fit behind the stove. I cut plexiglass to line the top of thetwi shelves to help stabilize the coffee maker and anything else that would be placed on the wire shelves.

If you have a moment, take a stroll thru the past threads for other ideas of what has worked for A-Framers for interior and exterior needs

Some A Frame owners have purchased "over the toilet" shelving from Walmart to use over their stoves. They really provide alot of storage options for a person who likes to have their appliances, fiod, clothes and stuff readily available.

Others have purchased "over the sink" shelving that extends all the way across their kitchen cabinet.

Whatever you get, whatever you do to mod your A-Frame, please come back and share with us! We are all working thru the challenges of making these units work for our needs!
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Hi Randy - the ceiling stencil is actually a vinyl decal. Using vinyl is a great way to decorate the interior.!
Thanks for the additional picture! I know what my wife will be doing to the camper next

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Where do you think we got the idea for ours?



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Old 04-07-2014, 02:43 PM   #9
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LOL - wgeres the "Like" button? Vinyl art makes personalizing the A-Frame so easy and adds a little bit of visual comfort for the times we are actually inside.

I really like how you two did the vinyl art in yours! It's really comforting and warm!
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My mods are typically more hardware related, but I actually contributed on this one. I picked out the quote between the two smaller bubbles. Beyond that, my wife gets all the credit on this one.
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