10/14/2011 01:13:19 PM
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10-8-09 Picked up by Customer
The upholstery continued and we worked on the locking trim
More outside trim finished
Linoleum floor installed
Starting the upholstery
Foam padding on walls
Prepping for headliner
Wall Vinyl and
Headliner in process
Reopening floor access to water pump
More wiring on the slide out
Reinstalling existing seating and table
Images say 9-17 but the work was accomplished yesterday 9-16
Before upholstery installed, Note recess to support table. Also wiring in
process with receptacles in both benches
Note: Not samples as previously informed.....this is the
Seating upholstery completed..
The back cushions had to be a certain size so as to be
able to fit between the bottom cushions
when making a bed. Our dilemma was when making these cushions this size they do
not fit up above the back of the booth .
Below shows the back cushions sitting on top of the bottom
cushions, leaning back a little.
But note how it goes up into the lower part of the window. . We have to
address what to do with the shadow box.
The bottom cushion can not fit tight in it's location or it would be too big and
cannot move back so the table could set down in the
recess lip that holds it in place.
We can make a small 2"x2"x36" bolster in the same foam and fabric that would fit
beneath the back cushion to hold it up ..
When making a bed these little bolsters could in fact be set aside or used as a
Vinyl laid down
Table pedestal came in, not mounted yet
Note we moved the booths back as far we can.
I believe after the upholstery is finished it will look fine.
Sizing vinyl for installation
Old Booth system....a little tight for two people
Over head cabinetry from before ..
We now need to cut some of the seat bottom space out in order to make more leg
Showing 16" from front of cushion to back of bench cushion.
We will need to reduce back cushion from 4" to 2 "
We need 24",.. but I'm afraid 22 1/2" is about all we can get
Sizing the new booth to fit into this area.
By building it into the back wall we can save a couple of inches.
Drawer will fit into end of the booth
Archival Images, Slide out #5643