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post #31 of 35
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Yeah and no bars or anything to tie the rope to.

A 4-poster is good for that. And a trapeze hanging from the ceiling.
post #32 of 35
Obviously the bed, mattress, pillows and bed linen, I also have two rather battered school desks in my bedroom and a rail to hang my stuff.
post #33 of 35
what do you put in the nightstand drawer? porn? condoms? books? what do you put on a dresser? isn't that for girls? though i've been thinking of a mirrored one lately for indeed a girl's room. in mine i have a regular height bed, an eames rocker and a dcm in black, a high coffee table thingy i use as a nighstand, no drawers tho, a lamp, bookshelves screwed into the wall, built in closet, a shoe cabinet that fits a small collection, i use it as a dresser like all my colognes are on top, and mirror is also over it, tiny dog sofa bed.
post #34 of 35
my bedroom. don't see myself adding too much more beyond some artwork for the walls. and i'll probably change duvets/sheets every so often to mix things up a little bit.



and there's a nightstand with an industrial clamp-on light that's out of sight.

-Jeff
post #35 of 35
Mine has a bed, two side tables, a chest of drawers, a chimneypiece, a small sofa (backed by a library table), and two wingback chairs separated by a small table. In addition there are built-in bookcases.

Yes it's lavish, but I call it home. --Waldo Lydecker.

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Does anyone rock the minimalist bedroom look at home?
Oh, no. Not in this particular house.
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