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Old 02-03-2017, 02:11 PM   #1
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custom fabric sailrite dupione

I am getting down to particulars which I realize most people could care less about.
The question: does anyone have a picture of custom fabric for the dinette cushions that are in the sailrite sunbrella dupione series? I am getting sunbrella dupione nectarine and deciding which way to run the fabric.

Also, anyone pick the white trim rather than the cream trim that comes with the standard trailer? I love pics.

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Old 02-03-2017, 03:23 PM   #2
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Here are a couple of pics of dupione fabric that we have in our trailer....hope it helps!
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Old 02-03-2017, 04:17 PM   #3
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One Dupione is not another Dupione! Cheryl, you are one of the only ones with the cubbies above the bed. They still look so good to me!
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Old 02-03-2017, 09:17 PM   #5
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Thanks for the picture. Do you like your U shaped dinette? How many people do can you comfortably sit at the table? Also, we have to decide by Monday if we will use a pedestal. Which one did you use,

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Thank you for the picture!
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Old 02-04-2017, 10:26 AM   #7
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Thanks for the picture. Do you like your U shaped dinette? How many people do can you comfortably sit at the table? Also, we have to decide by Monday if we will use a pedestal. Which one did you use,

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We love the u-shaped dinette! We actually don't use the table; instead we have it set up as a lounge area. So I don't have a great answer for how many we can seat there. But it works great for two humans and two dingos! We have the standard two-pedestal installed.
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One Dupione is not another Dupione! Cheryl, you are one of the only ones with the cubbies above the bed. They still look so good to me!
Thanks, Cathy! We sure love those cubbies!
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Old 02-04-2017, 11:09 AM   #9
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We have the same approach as tash. Love the U but primarily as a lounge and leave the table out a lot. With the Springfield pedestal that a lot get you can't remove the table. When we have used the table we have had four of us seated for dinner. 2-adults and 2 teenagers so it will work for that if needed.
I'm currently finishing a 24" round cocktail table on a single pole that we can use with the filler board. I'll put some pics up soon on that.
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With the Springfield pedestal that a lot get you can't remove the table.
I thought the same thing too, until I realized that maybe if we had Escape make us an 18" wide table with the slide moving back and forth of the width, we could just pivot and slide the table back to extend the back of the U dinette seat when lowered. And the pedestal would not be in the in the way. We also had Escape make an 18" cushion to put on top of the table to make sitting there more comfortable.

I couldn't tell you if it works or not though, as we have not removed the larger table and replaced it with the smaller on yet. In theory, it sounded really cool though!!
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Nathan, I'm looking at a similar change to the stock table that might allow us to use it more, although for us we still prefer the table totally out.
Right now the table slide is side to side which doesn't make the most sense when you have a U. I think I'm gonna flip it front to back. That way when it is just the two of us we could slide the table all the way back and lock it. This would give open entry to both sides and a larger table when wanted that was out of the way. I do think the 24" round table that I'm installing this weekend is a better solution for us long term. Easy to store, and simple to put up when we do want a small cocktail table.
Look forward to seeing ur pics when you get the smaller table in.
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Part of the reason we haven't put the small table on the Springfield is because we use the dinette area for the kid's bed, and if we had the smaller stable attached, we would also have to use the supplied filler board when making the "bed" for them, which is just one more thing to carry and do. It would be nice to have a lounge area though.
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Or install a Dicor slide. That way you can slide it front to back, side to side, or both. It mounts to the U shape table legs. I've done it on my trailer and works well.
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I am getting down to particulars which I realize most people could care less about.
The question: does anyone have a picture of custom fabric for the dinette cushions that are in the sailrite sunbrella dupione series? I am getting sunbrella dupione nectarine and deciding which way to run the fabric.

Also, anyone pick the white trim rather than the cream trim that comes with the standard trailer? I love pics.

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Outdura sells the same fabric just in different colors. They don't call it dupione though. They call it Sierra and the texture definitely runs horizontal on it. It states that on my sample. I was looking at the deep sea dupione in Sunbrella, but i thought it was too dark so I went to Dupione. Outdura and Sunbrella both start out with the same product to begin with.
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Part of the reason we haven't put the small table on the Springfield is because we use the dinette area for the kid's bed, and if we had the smaller stable attached, we would also have to use the supplied filler board when making the "bed" for them, which is just one more thing to carry and do. It would be nice to have a lounge area though.
With a 24" table and a Dicor slide you can move it forward a bit and still not lose support. I have two 12" filler board cushions from when we didn't use a table and they work great still and leave the rest of the cushions up for more insulation.
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I am getting down to particulars which I realize most people could care less about.
The question: does anyone have a picture of custom fabric for the dinette cushions that are in the sailrite sunbrella dupione series? I am getting sunbrella dupione nectarine and deciding which way to run the fabric.

Also, anyone pick the white trim rather than the cream trim that comes with the standard trailer? I love pics.

I don't mind humorous commentary at my questions... but I draw the line after that.
Jennifer
UPDATE: I have decided to sell Sunbrella and Outdura fabrics since I have gotten into all this travel trailer adventure with getting our Escape. Yestderday I got samples from Sunbrella and the Deep Sea Dupione is definitely had the textured grain running horizontally not vertically. It is a beutiful fabric.

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Here are a couple of pics of dupione fabric that we have in our trailer....hope it helps!
tash what color is your Dupione fabric?
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tash what color is your Dupione fabric?
Our fabric is Dupione oak. It's been great for us!
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Our fabric is Dupione oak. It's been great for us!
Happy to hear it's been great for you. We're looking at the Dupione Walnut or Latte.
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We have had the Dupione Deep Sea over two years now. Very satisfied with it and I think you’d really like the Dupione.
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