Shaving a few inches off the arms gives you more space for lounging. Tardis-like, Felix looks and feels larger than its actual footprint, thanks to its slimmer-than-average arms. We’ve added storage under the chaise, to hold your spare duvet, sheets and pillows. And in bed mode, the back cushions neatly tuck themselves under the mattress (so you don’t end up playing dodge the cushions).
Lovely Annie Sloan piece shared with us by Michelle Tucker who also has a Facebook page called My Vintage Home - Thanks for sharing Michelle 'Our first farmhouse table in graphite. So pleased with the results'
im guessing this is for guinea pigs? if so, it's fantastic. they really need this much space, but everyone gets them at a pet store and puts them in a tiny little cage *****Id need to make a higher version for our rabbits****
Excited by the bustling development in Columbus, OH’s downtown area, Bryan and Catherine Williamson decided to make the move from NYC. The couple loved the big city amenities that Columbus had to offer, but still felt it was “small” enough to make their own mark in the area. Daydreaming of brick city streets and sidewalks and perfectly preserved homes, they kept a close eye on German Village – a historic neighborhood right outside of downtown.Once their previous home was listed, they knew…