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Old 08-18-2013, 06:56 PM   #57
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You must be expecting a lot of snow this winter!!
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Old 08-18-2013, 07:17 PM   #58
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You must be expecting a lot of snow this winter!!
I'd settle for some snow. It's been a long time since we've had any
that amounted to much. I love snow, if it snowed. But I hate flurries
that only dump enough to make everything muddy and nasty......LOL
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Old 08-18-2013, 07:25 PM   #59
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I finally found a suitable spot for my chrome rope cleat for my
psuedo-navy theme. Attached to shower/toilet door. Now wife
can hang her purse there or on the coat rack......she has a choice.
Or this could be a good place to hang a robe if I had one.

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Old 08-18-2013, 09:36 PM   #60
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Its looking good Carl. Its amazing how just a few decorative items personalize the interior and make it feel so much more homey. I like that cleat idea for a hanging hook.
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Old 08-19-2013, 05:07 PM   #61
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Thanks Linda.
After I installed the rope cleat, I thought to meself..........
hmmmm, got a hook without it sticking out to poke me eye out.....LOL
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Old 08-26-2013, 08:04 PM   #62
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Finally a curtain for the kitchen area

I've been on a long hunt for curtains.
Haven't had much luck finding anything that "talks to me" (pier1 import commercial)

So last time I was in Walmart (I think) I picked up what they had.
I was searching for some new cabinet knobs but what I wanted was
way too expensive for me. Then I remembered I had some (will do for now)
knobs left over from a job I did years ago.

These are the surplus still new in the package.

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Here is the first one changed out comparing with what was there.

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Old 08-26-2013, 08:12 PM   #63
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that is a much nicer match
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Old 08-26-2013, 08:13 PM   #64
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And while I was at it I finally installed a curtain rod for the curtains I've been
playing with. Not wanting to poke any holes through the shell, I figured out I
could drill holes in the end of the curtain rod, those old style my mama used.
I could then screw one end to the inside wall and the other end I could screw
onto the blind holder the factory attached. I wanted to do both ends of the
blind but I couldn't get my drill in the other side, but I could get my screwdriver
in if I attached it to the wall. Up until now I just had it hanging on the blinds.

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Old 08-26-2013, 08:20 PM   #65
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Can you tell it was getting dark?.............................LOL
Well, on the inside anyway.

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Thanks Carl, have enjoyed watching you add your personal touches to your Snoozy.
Great job! Glamping is fun. Thanks for posting your pictures!
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Old 08-28-2013, 06:25 PM   #67
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Believe it or not..............

BELIEVE IT OR NOT I finally found my "a revolution is brewing"
material in Missouri. I bought all that was left on the roll (bolt).
Think there was 4 1/2 yards on it and it was marked down.
$2.50 @ yard. Guess that's about as good a deal as you can get?

And wife informed me she was not making curtains, so she picked
out a couple at Dollar General when I stopped to get some more rods.
And I got them (the rods) for $1.00 each but the computer rang it up
as $4.00 ea. So I'm on a bit of a roll on getting my bargains.
The curtains she picked out were $10.00 @ 3 pc. set.

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Wife thinks the material I already have is a bit busy. lol.
I told her I remembered you ladies saying something about a solid color
with the trim. So, for now I guess I'm going with the flowery trim. lol.
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I went out to change my curtains out since wife gets her way.......lol
Thought I would take a pic to show how I mounted the rod at both
ends. I drilled two holes at both ends and here the screws go on the
inside into the shower/bathroom wall.

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Old 08-28-2013, 08:34 PM   #69
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Here I have my couch curtain changed out.
In the house there would be a bit of window showing.
But in this application I guess it will do.

Post #64 is [before] pic with previous curtain.

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Here I got the rod and bottom curtain up using the same
method. Only both ends are done from the inside here.
I got too hot and it got too dark to finish putting a rod up
for the valance. Maybe it looks better without one?
I'm no good with curtains like this.........LOL

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Here's a final shot before I gave up and went back into the house.
When the shirt is wet with sweat, I'm pretty much through.......LOL

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Post #62 my kitchen curtain looks kinda green.
Here in this shot it looks blue to me.
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