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    yeah i think something like that in the corner with layered feather beds and blankets and pillows with the hangy fabric and lights then like a cool old round low table with candles in the middle and some floor cushions around it and extra pillows lying about. maybe a low table up against one wall with a turntable or stereo and you're set.

    must have hookas and incense for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Qlip View Post
    I just got myself a studio apartment with a separate kitchen. I'm seriously considering foregoing any kind of sitting furniture or formal bed. I'm thinking of putting down some foam padding, piling carpets and cushions on it and living like a cat and just lounge everywhere.

    How can this possibly be a bad idea?
    I tried to do something similar. I was trying to be minimalist. It wound up being difficult on my back. And sitting cross legged all the time, my legs fell asleep a lot. Plus having pets, the sitting areas always felt very dirty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IndyAnnaJoan View Post
    I tried to do something similar. I was trying to be minimalist. It wound up being difficult on my back. And sitting cross legged all the time, my legs fell asleep a lot. Plus having pets, the sitting areas always felt very dirty.
    I actually have a history of back problems and because of that I don't like to sit in any one position long. So I'm always shifting between standing laying, crosslegged, on my heels, etc ..

    No pets.

    Quote Originally Posted by gromit View Post
    First one is like the awesomest most magical blanket fort ever.
    That does look awesome, gotta have a tent/canopy around the sleeping area.

    Quote Originally Posted by nicolita View Post
    Um yes. This is seriously like my dream living situation. Pillows and rugs and hookah and vibes all day every day! Do it!
    I will! No hookah... Probably a vape, though. Don't need all that smoke smell.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    yeah i think something like that in the corner with layered feather beds and blankets and pillows with the hangy fabric and lights then like a cool old round low table with candles in the middle and some floor cushions around it and extra pillows lying about. maybe a low table up against one wall with a turntable or stereo and you're set.

    must have hookas and incense for sure.
    Yess!! Gonna start seriously acquiring in a couple of weeks. There are a couple shops here that specialize in Japanese wool/cotton filled futon, looking forward to testing them out.

    And yeah, there will be vinyl .

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    I have actually thought a tent/canopy would be useful in the wintertime to keep heat around the bed area. Old school style.
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    let's all make winter forts in our houses!

    i gotta spare room that i can totally see being transformed into a cozy spot.

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    yes yes yes! to all of you! let's work it out!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nicolita View Post
    let's all make winter forts in our houses!

    i gotta spare room that i can totally see being transformed into a cozy spot.

    I like this idea...
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    Now that I'm thinking about actually implementing this... I fear my cats would tear it down.
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    i totally do not have a spare room...except maybe the attic but i don't think i want to hang out up there. it could be super cozy but...why? there is a skylight tho which could be cool at night.

    i might just prefer my room to become a super loungey fort instead. hmmm
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    Quote Originally Posted by nicolita View Post
    Um yes. This is seriously like my dream living situation. Pillows and rugs and hookah and vibes all day every day! Do it!
    Mine, too. I used to have a book with rooms like this. I wanted to do this so freaking bad! I didn't get to....

    But I'm going to one day! Go for it, @Qlip!

    @Lady X, I love that last pic on your first post. And they are watching Blade Runner, too? Oh hell yeah...

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