We used it on both the L-couch and the side gaucho on our '71 Sovereign
, so there's quite a bit in our trailer. I don't have an interior photo at hand but can get one when I get home. I think we used a total of almost 25 yards when we had both areas re-upholstered.
We thought we were doing something really different and neat when we had it done before our first Rocky Mountain rally back in 2001; when we got to the rally, we were one of four trailers with it - and that's back when the Rocky Mountain rally only had about 20 or so trailers!
We don't think it's too busy; we actually used the larger pattern on the base cushions and the smaller repeat pattern on the back cushions. However, everything else in the trailer - carpet, curtains, countertops, pillows, bedding - is really subtle. It's too busy to be used with any other kind of pattern anywhere. It's held up well in terms of durability; we keep the L-couch covered because of our two Labs. However, I have noticed in other places I've seen it used - mainly purses and seats in retro diners - that the white in the Route 66 shield in the pattern gets really dingy and nasty looking.
We've been fairly happy with it but to be honest, if we had it to do all over again, I doubt we'd use it. We'd probably spring for the extra expense of Ultraleather (at $48 a yard) because of the comfort, durability, and timeless look. It would also do a lot better job of shedding the dog hair.