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Old 07-18-2016, 03:45 PM   #11
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I've got that same bistro table.

Love the size, portability and packability. This is table #6 in five seasons of using the A-Frame - not counting the bulky original table it came with. So far, it's my favorite.

With A-Frame camping, it's a matter of learning what works and doesnt work, trialing different organizing systems to manage the limited space inside.
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Old 07-18-2016, 06:57 PM   #12
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I've got that same bistro table.

Love the size, portability and packability. This is table #6 in five seasons of using the A-Frame - not counting the bulky original table it came with. So far, it's my favorite.

With A-Frame camping, it's a matter of learning what works and doesnt work, trialing different organizing systems to manage the limited space inside.
Love it! Regretting my decision to go with blue and seashells now that I see the leopard print on your walls! I've got a ton of african stuff I could have used to decorate with - my husband is south african so we've got quite a collection of schtuff to deco with. lol

Very nice!
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I made a couple hinge covers...I change it up every now and then...I will cover the dining seats in same cheeta pattern fabric. Mine is a bit boheim and eclectic. It's goofy but cozy.

I say go for it. Change it out with the seasons. Those are easy changes, like a new throw rug etc.
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Another good idea! Beach in the spring summer and a little african theme in the fall! You're a smart cookie!
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