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).
These rainy days have me wanting to curl back into bed! What better way to celebrate a rainy day than look at gorgeous bedrooms? via apartment34 via cocokelley via almostmakesperfect via westelm Are you dreaming of getting back in bed too?
Pinner said: Master Bedroom, This is a small room with a large bed. I had limited wall space for the bed., This is the only wall our king size bed and nightstands would fit on. So I blocked the window and lined the wall with fabric. Let me know if you like this or think its a bad idea to block off the only window. I cant decide. , Bedrooms Design
Twin bed made to look like a couch!!! Do this by making extra thick back pillows to place against the wall. Fill them with blankets and bedding for stuffing. Ones you do not use regularly but want to hold on to. For the arms, I made a cover for a rolled up bed pillow.