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Old 05-23-2018, 05:49 PM   #1
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2019 American Traditional looks terrible

We have a 2019 Eagle HT 30.5MBOK on order so weve been stalking RV sites looking for pictures of the American Traditional Decor changes. Below are some links weve found. In my opinion, the two tone stain mixture of medium and dark stains looks terrible. Im considering backing out of our order.

What are your thoughts?

https://www.sicardrv.com/rv-inventor...55reok/551995/

https://www.burtoncampers.com/New-In...labama-5455474
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Old 05-23-2018, 07:11 PM   #2
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I think the only vote that counts as to the aesthetic appearance of a trailer that you are considering buying is yours.
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I dont care for that at all, a big NO for me
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On first glance: I don’t get it.

Not sure why they would mix medium and dark woods like that within the same “spaces.”

However, maybe there is a logical tie to where the dark is being used and the medium is being used? Like dark in the dining area and medium in the living room area? Can’t really tell from the photos.
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And this option for 2019 doesn't look any better, not sure what Jayco is thinking.
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I'm not even looking but if I was It gets a NO vote from me.
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Looks like Jayco is going the direction Winnebago takes. Mix N Match. Usually Winnie just uses two wood tones. Jayco's using 3. Brown, Black and White. Yuk.
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I think the only vote that counts as to the aesthetic appearance of a trailer that you are considering buying is yours.
Fair point. I just wanted to see if I was on an island or if the consensus was that Jayco went awry.
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I don't see any white mixed with the light/dark brown (maybe black) cabinets other than the counter tops. I like it but then my tastes are contemporary and I prefer the cleaner look being used. Raised panel doors are yesterday and I like the lack of extraneous details on the cabinets and slideout trims. Just need to get rid of the routed profile on the outside edge of the doors/drawers. I like that the window side trims are gone too. I'd take that look over what I have in my fiver.
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I don't see any white mixed with the light/dark brown (maybe black) cabinets other than the counter tops. I like it but then my tastes are contemporary and I prefer the cleaner look being used. Raised panel doors are yesterday and I like the lack of extraneous details on the cabinets and slideout trims. Just need to get rid of the routed profile on the outside edge of the doors/drawers. I like that the window side trims are gone too. I'd take that look over what I have in my fiver.
Yeah, Im not a fan of the white (Modern Farmhouse) but it seems to flow. My concern is with American Traditional where its two different stains intermixed throughout. Its a bad look. I could paint all the dark stain objects but it just feel wrong to buy a brand new camper and then painting.
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