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Old 07-08-2013, 08:45 PM   #15
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I like it!
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Old 07-08-2013, 08:53 PM   #16
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It's looking great! You're making me look like the slacker I am! Anyways, great job. Out of curiosity, what brand and color of flooring did you use? I've been looking at Allure at Home Depot. Also, what did you use to paint the fridge? Ours is beige ugliness! I also love the RED backsplash! Looks like it's really coming together.
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Outstanding!!!!!!
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Old 07-08-2013, 09:01 PM   #18
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I took the panel off the fridge and painted it the color of the backsplash. Then decided to put rivit this little sign to the panel. Got it at a little shop in central Oregon last year and thought I'd have to find someplace to put it.

In these bed pictures it shows my bed which I keep setup all the time. Nothing says nostalgia like old chenelle bedspreads. This ones got a cowboy on it. I like to think I'm sleeping with a cowboy. I've used vintage throw pillows and pillows I made from old pennants I've had for years. I roll up the sleeping bag with a leather belt link thing that I got at the Pendleton factory. At night I unroll and sleep in the bag. I also got my blankets from the Pendleton factory. I love the colors in them. I made the curtains from a little piece of vintage barkcloth. I didn't have much so added a coordinating fabric to make it stretch more.
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Old 07-08-2013, 09:15 PM   #19
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Another picture of the curtains open this time. I used Ikea rods.

Since I didn't have much vintage fabric I made shades for the side windows out of barbed wire fabric trimed with same trim fabric as the curtains. I embroidered "Giddy Up" at the bottom for fun. The other shade I embroidered "Happy Trails".


I used an old ice tong for a paper towel holder. I attached horse shoes to the black supports for a dish towel rack.
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Old 07-08-2013, 09:35 PM   #20
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My head swoons from your decorating talent........

And I haven't seen a bedspread like that since I was a kid.

A looooooooooooooong time ago.
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Couldn't find a liquid soap dispenser I liked so I used this old thermos bottle. Drilled the top and epoxied the pump to the top. It works great.

I used a vintage child's suit case to make a medicine cabinet. I added the travel stickers to the front and dividers inside. It makes me smile.
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You must live near Sanford and Son?

Everything is just awesome.
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Old 07-08-2013, 09:42 PM   #24
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Got any "Theme Ideas" for something like this?

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Linda, wish you didn't live so far away, would love to sit in you camper with a cup of "cowgirl coffee"!
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I'm with Vicki! You just gotta come to the Oregon Gathering one of the years so we can meet! Neato, neato, neato
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You can see the Thetford PP hold 4 gals and fits easily under the sofa. Found this TP holder on EBay--its the bomb!

I painted the front door today too. Used Behr paint with built in primer from HD. Went on easily. I still need to make a little curtain for it, replace the old rusted nuts and screws with Stainless Steel. The clock is from Ikea. Now there's no excuse for coming home late from a camping trip. Darn! The fishing creel is for storage. Not sure what I'll put in there, but I always need storage.

I saw this "Indian Prayer" at a junk shop and added to the wall with a barbed wire heart.
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Looks Great!
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