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Old 09-11-2016, 06:20 PM   #1
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How are your Insides?

We all love our Airstreams, Me, too, and take lots of pictures of our babies in all sorts places. Some with lights strung on the awning pretty as can be, or in the middle of some gorgeous park. But I am curious, what do we all do with the interiors. How do we decorate our Bambi's. What special features do we install to make the coach as comfy as possible? So, I am hoping some of you will take a picture of the inside of your Bambi and show us what you have done.

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Old 09-11-2016, 06:24 PM   #2
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What have you done in your brick and stick home to make it comfortable? Special curtains, rugs blankets, pillows, etc.
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Old 09-11-2016, 07:13 PM   #3
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I first thought it was silly when my wife stuffed artificial Ivy on top of the tambour cabinets over the galley. But after a trip or two, I realized it added a sweet personalization, and subdued calm to the interior.
(I guess us guys would just run amok without the ladies guidance.)
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Old 09-11-2016, 08:53 PM   #4
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Old 09-11-2016, 11:24 PM   #5
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Decorating "Milley"

I've decorated my 22fb Sport with photos that I've taken of my travels. Here's a link:
https://whosoever.smugmug.com/Traveling-with-Milley
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Old 09-17-2016, 10:01 AM   #6
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I've decorated my 22fb Sport with photos that I've taken of my travels. Here's a link:
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Nice job.

Are the smaller photos on the walls done on canvas prints or metal prints? And any info on your technique for hanging?

I replaced the white marker board with this vintage style picture from a calendar and framed in a frame from Ikea that is all plastic with no glass. Up with sticky velcro.
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Old 09-17-2016, 10:14 AM   #7
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22 sport closet

I also did these little things to get the closet more organized. Easy and inexpensive.

For the door pockets, I got a hanging shoe bag and just cut off the bottom. Then it is stapled to the door with a staple gun. I use this for rolls of trash bags, Off, tablecloth clips, flashlight, sunscreen and such.

I can fit 2 of these plastic sliding drawers on the top shelf. I also got a really big one (not shown) that sits on the bottom of the closet floor. I had all my clothes for a 10 day trip in these three drawers. Then my husband has his clothes hanging and in a duffle that could sit on top of the large drawer on the closet floor.

For quick weekends we usually just each bring a duffle. But for a long trip the plastic drawers worked really well for keeping things from turning to chaos.

I was recently thinking that maybe there would be a way to make an access panel at the bottom of the closet by the floor to reach into the low point drains to empty them. (we put our rig away clean and dry every time, so we drain these each trip).

If I could figure this out, then we could put something more permanent in the closet. As it is now, I need to be able to completely empty the closet each trip before we leave to get to the low point drains. Which is a pain.
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I have the same question for RPatrick16. Those three prints or photographs how are they attached. They look nice there.
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Nice job.

Are the smaller photos on the walls done on canvas prints or metal prints? And any info on your technique for hanging?

I replaced the white marker board with this vintage style picture from a calendar and framed in a frame from Ikea that is all plastic with no glass. Up with sticky velcro.
Thanks for your reply. The prints are mounted on their own backer board. I got them made at Walmart; they aren't expensive at all. As for how they are mounted ,I used double stick tape. Be careful as on a small photo it doesn't take much. A small 1/2 by 1/2 on each corner is more than enough.

I have "admired" your print that you mounted in place of the "whiteboard". I have some larger "canvas prints" (Walmart again) that I am giving serious consideration to mounting where the "white board' is presently mounted. I am thinking about moving it to the "bathroom door or the closet door".

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Thanks

Removing the white board was pretty easy. I used dental floss in a sawing motion behind the white board. It came off easily in under a minute

Then I used rubbing alcohol and goof off to get the adhesive off.
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Great surf theme

Where did you find that retro space ball clock? What a cool find.
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That is just Outstanding! Great Bambi Quicksilver. I love the flooring and the cleat hooks with your wall art.
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