We looked into RecPro in Indiana, but before we drove down there from Michigan we thought the new Kathy Ireland models at our local Camping World. They looked the same and after trying them we thought they were very comfortable. They are fairly light and should at least get us through a couple of seasons and prove our concept. If they don't last and we like the set up, then bumping up to stressless brand will be next. They are only $375 each if you add the 2-year unconditional replacement guarantee ($50). They sit on a rubber-backed rug and we've added felt feet to their bases. They seem stable enough, but can easily be moved into the "kitchen" area for travel if they bounce around significantly. We haven't hauled to test yet. We sourced the PVC board at HomeDepot - it's back in the lumber/trim section. It's cut and sanded with woodworking material. The table is from a local (Grand Rapids, MI) Scandinavian design furniture shop. It was kind of pricey ($230) considering. Probably something on Ikea would be similar. We figured we saved on chairs why not get something nice for the table. Again it's welded brushed metal base with a glass top. So the base will go on one bed and the glass on the other for travel.
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