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Old 11-11-2020, 05:54 PM   #1
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New dinning table

Hi, we want to replace the cheap looking white dinning table that came with our 2016 19ft Flying Cloud. Looking for something not heavy, but nicer looking. Anybody have a suggestion on materials or place to get one?
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Any cabinet shop can make a new top any way you want it. Shouldn't be a problem to find a local guy. Look through some of the pics at trailer restoration sites for good ideas on what can be done.
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Old 11-16-2020, 11:16 PM   #3
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New Dinning Room Table

Chose to replace our cheap AS dinning table with a solid wood one. I purchased a solid wood table top from Ikea (Gerton) I think its maple, but not positive. I cut the table to match original and swapped out the hardware. Table works perfectly.

Only draw back is it does add a bit more weight since it's solid wood. Guessing 5-8 pounds more. Other then that, it only cost me $100 for the table and $30 for stain and sealer.


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Old 01-10-2021, 10:02 AM   #5
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I purchased a small black walnut cutting board, to use as a cutting board. But it was so dang pretty it has ended up being a little coffee table next to my sitting spot. There is just something very comfortable about real wood in the ambience of our existence. Anyhow I've orderd a black walnut tray to set on the bed, coffee in bed. I'm pretty happy with the look of black walnut in the Airstream and will probably look for other more permanent areas of trim. Couch arm rests seem to be attracting me, they could also second as coffee holders. A table has crossed my mind also. Maybe come custom made sink cover (actual) cutting boards .

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