After two and a half years of traveling, I decided it was time for a change. So, redecorating Tardis with a southwest flavor was begun. Finding some throws for the seating was a longtime search. Getting designs that I liked, of a decent quality, and for a price I could afford was difficult. When I was in Winston, I finally found what I was looking for at the General Store.
Spreads for the two couches, each with a unique pattern, provide color and variety. The designs are woven into the fabric, and of a decent weight; so, they should last. I think the covers add a bit of pizazz to the lounge.
The seats in the cab also needed updating. First, I tried buying seat covers. Lucky for me, they didn’t fit properly. Plus, I really didn’t care much for the look; so, they were returned. Instead, I picked up a couple of shawls which fit the southwest theme. They cover the seats well; and, have the added advantage of being easily washed.
Changeable decor includes paintings, flowers, a mini-sombrero, a Navajo seed pot, a wood carving of a turtle, and a clay sculpture of a native carrying a basket. These are small pieces that can be rearranged at will.
A ceramic tile of a colorful rooster adorns the galley wall. New curtains are next on my wish list. Sizing will be an issue, so I may have to make my own to get what I want. So far, I like it!
Camp: Pancho Villa SP-Drycamp Loop
Scene: Motorhome interior
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