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Old 10-23-2010, 08:41 PM   #1
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On your 2010 or late models what have you added....

I added some coat hooks by the door. I also added an extra towel rack. Pretty much it has been untouched for over 7 months. Any ideas? I still can't find the perfect clock, Oictures or suggestions would be helpful. Don't get me wrong we added a mattress pad, new pillows, and quilts. Not really anything to make it homey.

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I added some coat hooks by the door. I also added an extra towel rack. Pretty much it has been untouched for over 7 months. Any ideas? I still can't find the perfect clock, Oictures or suggestions would be helpful. Don't get me wrong we added a mattress pad, new pillows, and quilts. Not really anything to make it homey.

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Add some Centramatic balancers.

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Old 10-24-2010, 08:38 AM   #4
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We had magazine racks made to fit the areas by the rear benches, stained to match the interior, also a larger rack for campground books mounted behind the driver seat. You absolutely have to have places to put your stuff!

As we travel and find places we love, we pick up small prints or pretty notecard prints and put them on the aluminum walls with double stick tape. If they are not already in cellophane envelopes, we slip them into photo sleeves or laminate so they aren't destroyed by road dust. Much lighter than glassed frames. The National Parks also have beautiful photo bookmarks and magnets, which also make very nice pretties for your wall.

Anything small that comes from and reminds you of places you have been can go on your walls with double stick tape. Look around and be creative.

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We added a towel rack in the bathroom and a hand towel rack by the bathroom sink. Also we added a spice rack in the kitchen by the stove. Ikea has a lot of stuff that looks good in the AS. We changed our color scheme with the help of AZBambidecors.com. We went with a deep red and grey. Lots of pillows, new rugs etc to make it more our style. We also have baskets in the overheads to make it less cluttered looking (CCD) when the lights are on. For the entertainment stuff we changed out everything. New hgtv, stereo with Bluetooth and USB hookups. We can watch movies on net flix now. Very fun. Just choose your style and go overboard! Have fun making it your own.
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Old 10-24-2010, 09:09 AM   #6
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some pictures

before it was green!
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Very cool! Love your new color scheme! To those of you who have added towel racks - where did you get them and how did you attach them? We found a very small one that was made of clear plastic and attached via suction cups, which we put in the shower to use for our washcloths. Would love to have a couple extra metal towel bars in the bathroom, though.
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Here we go. From green to red!
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Very cool! Love your new color scheme! To those of you who have added towel racks - where did you get them and how did you attach them? We found a very small one that was made of clear plastic and attached via suction cups, which we put in the shower to use for our washcloths. Would love to have a couple extra metal towel bars in the bathroom, though.

We bought ours from Home Depot and used shorter screws. We had to cut the one in the shower area to make it fit by using a pipe cutter. Also the hand towel rck is really a tp holder but we liked the smaller size and look better. The faucet ( more like the new CCD) and spice rack are from ikea.
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Btw gilfgal I drove from Kansas City to Willamsburg VA to pick her up.
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Very cool! Really like the way you guys made the changes. Very well done!
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Circle theme

blmitch, I love the new decor. AZBambi does incredible work. I also like your extra towel bars. We haven't added any yet, but have been thinking about it too.

Andy, what are Centramatic Balancers?

Our homey additions have been things to work with the "circle" theme Airstream started for us with the throw cushions. We added a down duvet with a duvet cover. We have a knock-off Nelson Ball Clock, circle rug, and another entrance rug with circles on it. We added a shelf near the bed for books (in the pic it looks reddish from the flash, but matches well in real life). Near the door we added a key & cell phone box. On the sofa we got 2 IKEA armrests. They can be positioned many different ways, so they were a great find. We haven't drilled much yet, but as time goes by we've realized that keeping the walls pristine is just not practical.

I think most of our pics are in the thread (Favorite Mods under $100): http://www.airforums.com/forums/f42/...-28364-14.html
The whole thread is a great read.

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Very cool! Love your new color scheme! To those of you who have added towel racks - where did you get them and how did you attach them? We found a very small one that was made of clear plastic and attached via suction cups, which we put in the shower to use for our washcloths. Would love to have a couple extra metal towel bars in the bathroom, though.
Hi, I tried the suction cup towel racks in my shower stall, but the towels didn't dry due to no circulation, so I bought another type of towel rack from Ikea and it works great.

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blmitch, I love the new decor. AZBambi does incredible work. I also like your extra towel bars. We haven't added any yet, but have been thinking about it too.

Andy, what are Centramatic Balancers?

Our homey additions have been things to work with the "circle" theme Airstream started for us with the throw cushions. We added a down duvet with a duvet cover. We have a knock-off Nelson Ball Clock, circle rug, and another entrance rug with circles on it. We added a shelf near the bed for books (in the pic it looks reddish from the flash, but matches well in real life). Near the door we added a key & cell phone box. On the sofa we got 2 IKEA armrests. They can be positioned many different ways, so they were a great find. We haven't drilled much yet, but as time goes by we've realized that keeping the walls pristine is just not practical.

I think most of our pics are in the thread (Favorite Mods under $100): http://www.airforums.com/forums/f42/...-28364-14.html
The whole thread is a great read.

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Hi, Centramatics are wheel balancers that fit between the hub and wheel.
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We replaced Lucy's original lavatory faucet with a single handle deep reach faucet. The OEM faucet was a double handle that was not easy to use.

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