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Old 09-19-2016, 12:23 PM   #1
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Living space

Made the main area of the camper a lot more roomier by removing the sleeper sofa and the table & 4 chairs which allowed us to be able to switch around where everything was.
Previously the recliner by the door was always in the way of getting in and out of the camper and the other one had to be moved in order to put the slide in. Now our new table (which will extend to 34" wide - 19" normally) sits perfectly on the back window and is out of the way of both the door and the slide. Plus 99% of the time the view out the back is always better than out the side!

The 2 recliners are now directly across from the TV and the smaller jack knife sofa is perfect for the pups....after all they are the ones sleeping on it!
The replacement of the "shoe rack" with the "Hamper storage" was a last minute idea but we REALLY like it. The hamper is now directly across from the bathroom and is out of the way. No more maneuvering around it in the bedroom/hall Not destroying the top and just moving it up was an added plus to that deal!

Of course all threads are worthless without pics so here ya go!
The before pics are from a similar model I found on the internet, that's why they are a tad different but you get the idea. "Somebody" forgot to take them before he started!

P.S. I am selling the furniture we took out, so if you're interested check them out in the Classifieds!
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Old 10-08-2016, 10:18 PM   #2
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Thank you for this post. Out TT has a similar setup and we did this switch and it worked out perfectly.
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Old 10-08-2016, 11:37 PM   #3
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Where did you find the table and chairs?

Do you mind me asking where you found the expanding table and chairs and just a ballpark price? I seem to be able to find only bar height expanding tables.

Thank you!
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Old 10-24-2016, 11:26 AM   #5
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IKEA!
99 bucks for the table and 29 for each chair

BJURSTA Extendable table - IKEA

STEFAN Chair - IKEA

The set up worked out great for us during the last trip!
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Thank you!

Thanks for the information. I'll look into it!
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