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Old 06-20-2013, 02:59 PM   #1
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Decorating ideas

I came across this site today, and thought I'd share it. Now I know what to do with my unused Tote 'N Tarry! I think of my trailer as a mini Airstream, but with more personality.

The Grand Daddy Hotel Trailer Park in Cape Town Reimagines the Penthouse
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Old 06-20-2013, 04:17 PM   #2
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Post your trailer decor!

Yes indeed, that is extraordinary trailer decor! Let's post our own decor beginning with ours! We had a picnic table decor with a Southwest theme. A well-set table makes the food taste better, don't ya know!
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Old 06-20-2013, 04:30 PM   #3
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Here's the interior Southwest decor. Notice the desert-themed curtain panels and pillows, the Native American-like fleece blanket and Southwestern stuffed animals (bear and mountain sheep). I have a lot of fun "theming" all our trips.
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Old 06-20-2013, 05:56 PM   #4
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Each one of our trailers is a blank canvas, and yours looks like a masterpiece. Nice job and not to frilly so the men will like it too! Unfortunately ours is in the carport and I use it for storage for my vacation rental here on the property. Thanks for sharing! Filbert
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My wife will love the photos. I'll show her later.
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Old 06-20-2013, 06:18 PM   #6
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Fillbert, there are tons of inspirational décor sites geared towards travel trailers, rv's, tents etc............


If your on FB I can send you some links.


As well as a couple of discussions here, It's a Girl, thing!

And here, Interiors
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Old 06-15-2018, 10:08 AM   #7
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Please continue to post your latest decorating ventures here so we can continue the thread and keep it fresh.


My latest decor is an Austrian Alps theme. We travel to the mountains, here in the U.S., often and have a great fondness for the Austrian Alps, having lived in Saltzburg for a year (long time ago). Enjoy!

Photo #1 also shows how we pack our 2 camping chairs, one table and one cot on the bed while traveling. I put down a small, clean tarp and place the "banana" cushion (from the front sofa area) across the span to keep the chairs from falling.

Photos #2 & 3 show my furry pals the hedgehog (very popular in Europe, as well as in U.S.) and my German Shepherd puppy on our IKEA duvet. The tiny hedgehogs on the wall are also from IKEA. I sewed the shade and pillow from the IKEA set pillowcases. The red curtain panels are bordered with vintage machine lace embroidery from my mother's (age 96) sewing stash. The middle panel draped over the curtain rod is a vintage Austrian dishcloth.

Photo #4 shows an authentic Austrian curtain panel (also machine-made) I purchased in a sewing store in Innsbruck.

So far, this is our favorite decor of the many themes I have made.
Now, let's see yours!
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Old 06-18-2018, 11:58 AM   #8
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ideas??

We bought a bunch those clear see-thru totes @ Walmart w tan nesting tops for clothes and food. Many will fit inside the 17' Casita bays. We use Command Strups to hold things onto the walls w/o tearing up the fiberglass.
4 Big black totes w yellow tops go into the bed of our Frontier doubkle cab, long bed truck, leaving plenty of room fore the generator etc etc etc.
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I'm not too big of a fan for doing too much to the inside of a Casita. Not because it doesn't look good, but because to me it starts shrinking the inside of the trailer, that is, it's closing in on me. But you give me the outside, baby moon wheels and hubcaps, a retro paint job, and now were talking my language. I would go for the inside to be painted retro as well, just not too much frilly stuff. For those of you that take the time to do personal updates, keep it up, you do some nice work.

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