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DrewE

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Posted: 02/13/18 10:39am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

The decorative wooden plaque ("Camper Sweet Camper") in my RV is held on the wall with velcro, I believe. It stays in position very securely.





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Welcome to the forum. We have an 2014 Avenger 27RLS Touring Edition. I have hung a number of pictures on my walls using Command hooks along with Command picture strips placed along the bottom of the frames to keep the pictures from swinging and bouncing off the hooks. After almost 4 years I've never lost, or had to rehang any of them.
We have a 1x3, 3-D art plaque above the bed just to fill the big empty wall. Two command hooks on top, two command strips on bottom.

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afidel wrote:

GrandpaKip wrote:

We use standard picture hooks that are nailed into the wall, but I am not concerned about the holes. The artwork comes down when on the road.
We started collecting local artists’ work while traveling and have a rotating gallery in the camper.


Ooh, I might have just acquired a new expensive hobby =)

I like to collect experiences more than things but having a painting to remind me of a place I've traveled is a nice combination of the two.

Yes, it is. And it’s a bonus if you get to talk to the artist.
Since the art is meant for the camper, it can be smaller pieces, so the cost is less. At least most of the time (!).


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