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French Style – Beds

Bugs Image by hehaden Sweet Bugs is at the rescue centre on the program that cares for the pets of victims fleeing from domestic violence. He will go to a foster home for a while and then, when his original owner has been safely resettled, they’ll be reunited. Like Lily and Tommy, Bugs is a beautifully cared for, gentle, affectionate cat. While he’s waiting for his foster home, I’m more than happy to spend time with him and give him lots of cuddles. Whenever I’m with cats on the program, I feel so sorry for their owners who must be missing them terribly. It’s so good to know that they’ll be reunited when they’re in a safe place.   A French bed is a style of bed that is uses a lot of curves, and designs to create amazing details. They are typically made out of an iron frame or a wood frame, both with much detail. It will be hard to find a French bed made out of any other material. In the European countries the term “French bed” refers to the size of a bed which is between the size of a double and full bed. It is

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Guest Beds with Style

Lucy Abed. Image by meg_nicol When Lucy isn’t balancing on twigs this is where she sleeps, it’s the second to top shelf in the bathroom where I store the towels and so on, it’s next to the boiler cupboard so is nice and warm, all the linens are now crammed into the other shelves as she takes up a whole one as you can see and I’ve had to give her a towel to lie on because she spurned all other types of bedding offered … not that she’s the boss of me or anything – that title would go to her sister Sophie, who sleeps on top of the wardrobe in my bedroom ! Creating an inviting, comfortable and stylish space for overnight visitors is not difficult. Friends and family will feel welcome in any space, whether a small nook or a guest suite, if the host follows a few simple guidelines. Form Follows Function First, the function of the room must to be considered. Most home owners end up using a guest area for other needs. An attractive, yet versatile, space can be designed if multiple uses of the room are thoughtfully considered. No, this doesn’t mean the

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