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Old 04-07-2015, 12:52 PM   #1
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Talking Decorating Mods?

Are there any ladies here that have made decorative mods to their Jaycos that would like to share and discuss them? Guys too, if it interests you. (Probably most guys here will roll their eyes, but you never know!)

I have done a couple of mods that have really spruced ours up and its always nice to connect with others who enjoy doing the same. Give it some flair!

There are several facebook groups for interior ideas, but I thought maybe there were Jayco-only people not on facebook that would be interested.

I couldn't find a forum thread or group here just for interiors. Maybe I'm looking in the wrong spot...?

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Old 04-07-2015, 01:15 PM   #2
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Haha, decorative yet functional! With our TT, I need to make sure everything is packed away, but here are a couple things: [1] WorldMarket (Cost+) baskets ~ at the door to hold wallets and keys and by the TV to hold controls; [2] colorful fish windsocks to hang outside on the towel rack so DH doesn't run into it; [3] Fridge magnets to remember our camp locations.
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Old 04-07-2015, 02:22 PM   #3
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Take a look at Ladywendolyn's profile. I'm pretty sure there are some links to her mods. Haven't seen her on here in a while but she was really into the decorating thing as I recall.

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We don't have ours yet, but I was delighted to find out that the 'fridge doors are magnetic, 'cause I'm a 'fridge magnet gal, too. We have a 2016 23MRB on order, and I'm going to wait till I see the Actual Colors of the upholstery and all - but when we know that, we'll probably get a small sort of Oriental-style rug for the area in front of the sofa. We currently have a 10' runner in our FR PUP, and it won't work in the new trailer.
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That's funny Quahog, I have had a few conversations with her already! I'm hoping she'll see this thread too!
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Old 04-07-2015, 11:25 PM   #6
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This is very interesting! I am a new owner of a 2013 Jayco 26BH TT. I am afraid to do too much for fear of messing something up. But one of the first things I noticed was how the "wardrobe" cabnets on each side of the bed had so much wasted space. I don't have hanging clothes when I camp. I wanted to put shelves in those cabinets. I found some plastic shelves at Lowes that fit that cabinet perfect. One set had enough shelves in it for both cabinets. It was a very easy cheap fix for me and if I want it back to the original cabinets I can just take the plastic shelves out.

The other thing I did was make "fun" sheets for the bunk beds. I just took a twin size sheet and seamed it up to make a giant slip cover (like a giant pillow case) for the bunk mattresses. The kids picked the sheets out and we got matching pillow cases. It really brightened things up. A lot cheaper than buying sheets that fit from a camping store. They are not easy to change but they do stay on!
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Were 6 posts in and no ideas yet so I guess I'll start the challenge. HELP ME PLEASE!!!
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All kidding aside, after 2 years I still don't know where to start with mine. It looks Jayco( not that there's anything wrong with it) but I don't have what it takes to add that special touch.
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Sorry I don't have any pictures but the DW had me put on these sticky graphics things above the slide that looked like a tree branch with leaves. I have to admit, it did look pretty cool. We also used those 3M Command hooks for pictures and what not... they stay on well and come off without issue.
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But one of the first things I noticed was how the "wardrobe" cabnets on each side of the bed had so much wasted space. I don't have hanging clothes when I camp. I wanted to put shelves in those cabinets. I found some plastic shelves at Lowes that fit that cabinet perfect. One set had enough shelves in it for both cabinets. It was a very easy cheap fix for me and if I want it back to the original cabinets I can just take the plastic shelves out.
Regarding the plastic shelves from Lowes, could you post a link for the rest of us? Thanks!
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