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Old 04-16-2012, 07:43 PM   #29
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Awwww, Dave it's a girl thing...........


Example, let's say we both buy black tee shirts. I understand you will just wear your black tee shirt and be fine. I prefer to wear my black tee shirt with a beautiful sweater and nice necklace. cute jean's/shorts/skirt and really cute shoes!
(why gawd why am I trying to explain this to a guy?) LOL..........


There is certainly nothing wrong with my Casita. I just like to decorate and make my space pleasing to me.


I have a question for you, Do you live in your home as it was when it was built? Same Contractor tan, same contractor flooring, light fixtures, etc?


Thank Goodness we all have the choice to make a choice.
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Old 04-16-2012, 09:33 PM   #30
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To make it uniquely yours of course! That and no perfect trailer exists, there is always something that needs tweaking.
Yeah, and it's not like you can rearrange the furniture to freshen the look!

(I love all the pics. I'm way too lazy to ever implement any of it, but I love looking at all the fabulous and crazy things!)
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Old 04-16-2012, 11:04 PM   #31
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Awwww, Dave it's a girl thing...........

I have a question for you, Do you live in your home as it was when it was built? Same Contractor tan, same contractor flooring, light fixtures, etc?

Thank Goodness we all have the choice to make a choice.
Actually - pretty much yes. When we bought it in 2001, the livingroom walls were green, but we put them back to beige, didn't change rugs or anything, still have never even thought of putting anything on the walls. Only changed kitchen lights when one of the old ones gave us troubles and had to be replaced, and then again when we had to redo the entire kitchen after a busted dishwasher caused a massive flood. Old cabinets etc were ruined, old appliances were toasted, so.......

Neither wife nor I have any imagination, "vision" or - truth be told - any interest in interior decorating. Whatever was there was obviously good enough to cause us to buy the place. If we hadn't liked it, we wouldn't have bought it. If we do like, it why change it?
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Old 04-17-2012, 12:23 AM   #32
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Whatever was there was obviously good enough to cause us to buy the place. If we hadn't liked it, we wouldn't have bought it. If we do like, it why change it?


Actually you should'nt if your comfortable in your home. That is all that matters. But..................... If you ever want to re-decorate just let me know. I can find you lot's of inspiration photo's. And I promise to not try to inspire you with pink girly pic's!
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Old 04-17-2012, 12:54 AM   #33
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How does the chandelier stay up/in one piece during travel?
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Old 04-17-2012, 01:11 AM   #34
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Lord have mercy! I'm going to be forced to block this site from wife lest I have to pretend to be a homeless guy who agreed to drive and set up the camp for food.

I'm way to lazy for all that, if I want to look at something pretty I'll look at wife, or turn lawn chair a bit and look at the scenery I just spent hours driving to.

Aaah I get it, I get to look at wife but she has to look at me so camper needs to be pretty. And they say guys don't understand women.
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Old 04-17-2012, 05:30 AM   #35
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Here is a cute remodel of an old trailer in someone's yard. Not an egg, but oh so cute!

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Old 04-17-2012, 09:22 AM   #36
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You know...I am a single guy and I had a lot of fun decorating my camper up to be unique. Yes it is not "girlie" polk a dots, no ribbons or lace, but I think it looks pretty spiffy. One of the reasons I loved finding this site so much was seeing all the "original" campers people gave life to. I think it is lots of fun.
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Old 04-17-2012, 09:27 AM   #37
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Where did you find all these pics? I love the inspiration....My boyfriend would kill me if I did any of these to our Scamp but maybe there are some more ideas?
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Old 04-17-2012, 10:34 AM   #38
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Robin, Anne, Mary,
The photos are really fun! Thanks for sharing.
We saw some really unique Bolers in Quebec a few years ago. It's truly amazing what imagination and talent some folks have.
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Old 04-17-2012, 10:52 AM   #39
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I think the pics of what someone else did to their camper is quite entertaining. But when I look at them all I can think of, is the space all those cushions, nic nacs, do dads, etc take up. And trying to live around all that stuff in an egg. Having to move, put away or stash somewhere when on the move. Not for me. The simplier the better.

Cute though......
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Old 04-17-2012, 10:59 AM   #40
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LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! PINK RULES NO MATTER WHAT THE GUYS SAY! so cute!
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Old 04-17-2012, 11:01 AM   #41
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if I want to look at something pretty I'll look at wife,


Aaah I get it, I get to look at wife but she has to look at me so camper needs to be pretty. And they say guys don't understand women.
Exactly! Just let her peek, Roger!
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You know...I am a single guy and I had a lot of fun decorating my camper up to be unique. Yes it is not "girlie" polk a dots, no ribbons or lace, but I think it looks pretty spiffy. One of the reasons I loved finding this site so much was seeing all the "original" campers people gave life to. I think it is lots of fun.
Well then can you post some of your pic's here? Add some "Spiffy" to the girlie..............
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Where did you find all these pics? I love the inspiration....My boyfriend would kill me if I did any of these to our Scamp but maybe there are some more ideas?

Found them on a link from Fb, Pm me and I will try and link you to them.

Finally, some guys that kinda get it!
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How does the chandelier stay up/in one piece during travel?

Roger C, I am thinking that that particular trailer is on a permanent space. Many people use old trailer's as offices, cottages, art studios, guest retreat's, etc. I think a chandelier would be swinging like Tarzan if it was up under tow........... LOL
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