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Old 08-18-2016, 01:27 PM   #1
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Baltimore Creme Feedback Wanted

Trying to decide between the Baltimore Creme and the Chestnut sofa option. At first I thought I wanted the Chestnut, the better half the Creme, now we have both changed our minds. I like how the Creme seems to brighten up the area, and the new Chestnut color looks rather like a muddy gray to me.

I would like to get some feedback from folks who have the new Baltimore Creme furniture.

Do you like it now that you have it?
How's it holding up?
Any blue jean dye wearing off on it?
Would you get it again?

Thanks!
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Old 08-18-2016, 01:31 PM   #2
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I don't have a Cedar Creek, but we do have the creme colored sofa. No issues with stains at all. We paired the creme colored sofa with dark brown recliners just to add some contrast to the color scheme. And as you state, it does brighten up the look.
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Old 08-18-2016, 02:02 PM   #3
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Thanks, I never thought about two colors... Although in looking at a lot of products, I do believe the newer 'Baltimore' Creme is an almost white color, as opposed to a more tan shade.

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I don't have a Cedar Creek, but we do have the creme colored sofa. No issues with stains at all. We paired the creme colored sofa with dark brown recliners just to add some contrast to the color scheme. And as you state, it does brighten up the look.
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Old 08-19-2016, 08:52 AM   #4
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As a follow-up, here is a photo of our interior with the two different colored seating:
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Cream much better looking
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I believe that Baltimore cream is on the new 2017's just coming out. I saw it on a CC that Couch's RV Nation has on his website. It looks nice but it's almost white. I thought the Chestnut was the brown they have always had, you are saying it's a gray color?
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Well, it's a bit too dark for me. I prefer a more golden brown leather. We kinda decided on the cream. Brightens up the interior.
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We looked at a new CC Silverback last week at a local dealer which had the Baltimore Creme furniture. The color in that coach was not the near-white that appears in so many of the pictures we have seen of other units. I don't know if that is a photography/printing/video rendition difference or an actual color difference. Maybe a small scrap sample could be had from the manufacturer?
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