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Old 04-26-2013, 05:48 AM   #57
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Looks Great Pam! I think I want a shadow box table for my side dinette so I can tuck memento's in it.
That is really, really great idea, Deryk! wish I'd though of it
I'll look forward to seeing that.
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Old 04-26-2013, 06:07 AM   #58
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I like it. Can't wait to see it (and meet you and go mushroom hunting if the weather has not ruined the mushroom hunting).

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The fabric covered doors are very clever.
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Old 04-26-2013, 09:24 AM   #60
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Oh Pam this is marvelous!!!!! Great job! Can I ask you how you did the base of your round table.... I just turned my front bunk into a dinette and have carpet on the floor, and did not want to cut it up. It is difficult to find a table that will work because it has to be high and not get in the way of leg room. I have to fold up the table I am using before travel. So to me the one legged table makes more sense.
Also the other thing is by doing this conversion...the cushions and stuff in mine tend to slide during travel. Have you tried it yet?
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Oh Pam this is marvelous!!!!! Great job! Can I ask you how you did the base of your round table.... I just turned my front bunk into a dinette and have carpet on the floor, and did not want to cut it up. It is difficult to find a table that will work because it has to be high and not get in the way of leg room. I have to fold up the table I am using before travel. So to me the one legged table makes more sense.
Also the other thing is by doing this conversion...the cushions and stuff in mine tend to slide during travel. Have you tried it yet?
My table uses a standard 'cone' shaped base that I just surface screwed down through the carpet (don't care if I poke holes in it, the carpet is ugly) I have a round wood top that I purchased, and I put another 'cone' on the bottom of it, with a metal pedistal leg. All of these can be purchased at your local camper store. I put a larger glass top on top so I have more eating space but it doesn't look so 'big'. (table top rides on my bed under the blankets when I travel). I'll try putting some non-slip rubber mats under the seat cushions to keep them from shifting when in transit. Or I can just put them on the bed also.
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......... I have a round wood top that I purchased, and I put another 'cone' on the bottom of it, with a metal pedistal leg......... I put a larger glass top on top so I have more eating space but it doesn't look so 'big'..........
Pam, what holds the glass table to the wooden table underneath?
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WoW PAM....You're my Glamping Hero!!!

There's so much inspiration in this thread of the work you've done. I've been surmising for the last couple of days about that bubble by the front bunk as I plan to turn the area into my dinette. You provided me with all that I need to get busy.

Thanks for posting all your pics...of course, I would love to see more. Especially once the doors are mounted.

You're an Inspiration! [sigh]
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Pam, what holds the glass table to the wooden table underneath?
Nothing holds the glass top on except gravity and 3 flat silicone discs that keep it from sliding around when I put it on top of the wood disc. I take the glass top off when travelling and it rides under the blankets on my bed.

Thanks for all the complements, this is a labor of love. It keeps my sanity intact! I went out this afternoon and took a nap in it! So relaxing
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Old 04-28-2013, 04:03 PM   #65
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I love this!

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This is my rock shield cover. It was very easy to make. I measured the length and height of the sheild and added 1/2" to allow for the quarter-inch seams. I measured the flange and added 1" to cover the quarter inch seam, and then 3/4" for the hemmed edge. I put a piece of cardboard against the trailer and closed the shield so I coule trace the curve of the corners.
It was just a matter of laying out the dimensions and cutting the rectangle, then laying out my curved template on the corners and cutting them. I sewed it together and then put fringe on the edges. I also added little 'tabs' of material under the awing edge so I can clip a binder clip to the tab, and to the rock guard to hold it in place.
YOu have done a great job on this camper it is soooooo cute!
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"...gotta be startin' sumthin' "

Well Pam look what you started!

After spending the day doing chores, laundry, and some early morning thrift store shopping. I took one of my finds from the Goodwill and updated my table this afternoon.

It's now so much easier to move around in here, when I'm in here thinking about what else I want to do and how to do it!

...now if only the bunk shelf and bench would leave me alone for a bit
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and the table goes round and round

I forgot to mention a couple things, that made me happy:
*The tabletop is solid oak
*It's 20" round, leaving plenty of clearance around the banquette
*It's a Lazy Susan
*It was originally $5.49 but today hardlines were 30% off!
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That's my kinda shopping Vanessa. It looks great--really opens the area up and gives it a nice loungie look. I'm stuggling with the bunk issue too. I've got to make the bench seat more comfortable.
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Got the kitchen done this weekend. Fabric covered doors and instead of the same thing on the bottom, I hid the door behind a curtain.
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Old 04-29-2013, 09:59 PM   #70
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Front two-person sitting area, and the closet with my other cloth-covered door. the striped door on the bottom covers the old furnace area where I have a pull out drawer for my heater, fan, stakes, ropes, etc.
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