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Old 05-02-2013, 12:05 AM   #1
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I brought home the picture frames to fill them with our past adventures. I don't recall these being in any of the other RVs we looked at.

Nice touch Redwood!
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I didn't like them and asked for them to be taken out. I lost that round, my hubby likes them!! I will just change the pics to something from out travels as well.
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We have also removed all the RW supplied artwork and replaced it with a number of photographs I have taken on our recent travels.

It personalises the coach nicely.
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The other thing I have seen is the new digital picture frames that you load with photos and attach to the wall with velcro.
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Old 05-02-2013, 12:51 AM   #5
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Brad - great idea, the wife is nowplanning to take ours from the house.
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If anyone has 2 of the smaller frames they don't want, please send me a PM. I found 4 small prints, but the coach only had 2 of the smaller frames. I'll gladly pay shipping!
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Old 05-02-2013, 09:59 PM   #7
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I have one of the digital frames that I am planning on using as well. Not a lot of space to show off your pics.
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Old 04-07-2014, 01:30 AM   #8
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The wife on her last visit took ours down and put in pictures of the grandkids and pets. Nice touch make my unit feel more like home.
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Old 04-07-2014, 02:42 AM   #9
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I loaded them up with pictures of Moms for Mothers Day when we do our annual Moms picnic. I never did change them out so it will have to wait till after Mothers Day again.
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We told RW no pictures. RW is to give us a diagram on where the studs are.
Judith is bringing some of the smaller art from the house.
Getting glass replaced with plexiglass.
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I used the 3M stick picture hangers to hang some. Also used some of their stick on Velcro to make sure they don't bounce off. No holes and can remove without leaving a mark.
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So, the frames DO come off without damaging the walls.

I tried taking down the one in the dining area, and it didn't want to come off easily, so I left it alone. I couldn't tell what it was mounted with, maybe velcro strips?

Maybe I will try again tomorrow. Wouldn't mind adding a touch of family pics around.
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Pull bottom of frame away from wall with the top still up against the wall. When the Velcro on bottom releases lift frame up. It's a nice way to mount them. For those who care 3M Command Strips sells the same setup for pictures. It can be completely removed without damaging the wall. We replaced the stairs frames with a large scenic picture, it fills the space nicely.
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