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    I have a room like this in my house. It does have furniture though. It's a sun room and it's all knotty pine with big windows looking out to the lake. I wouldn't rip that wood out for the world so I work with it. I have a poppy colored chair and 1/2 with a storage ottoman and a small side table next to it. I have Persian carpets, a low round table in the other corner, lots of pillows, bamboo shades, several plants and a couple leather poofs to sit on. Those are SO popular and easy to find. I have a hookah too but it's never been used. It's huge and really beautiful red, gold and white although everyone wants to use it when they see it. I get most everything at World Market and they have good prices for home decor. Think colors, lots of different textures and relaxing and mellow but I wouldn't forgo furniture. At least some, even a daybed or a futon instead of a couch or chair would be nice.
    I like to rock n' roll all night and *part* of every day. I usually have errands... I can only rock from like 1-3.

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    So yeah, this plan is well underway, but it's a little haphazard. I think I may have pulled the trigger on too many things today. I bought two nice, soft, thick wool rugs. I also bought two twin sized japanese organic cotton/wood futons. They all have patterns, we'll see how this ends up looking when they get delivered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qlip View Post
    So yeah, this plan is well underway, but it's a little haphazard. I think I may have pulled the trigger on too many things today. I bought two nice, soft, thick wool rugs. I also bought two twin sized japanese organic cotton/wood futons. They all have patterns, we'll see how this ends up looking when they get delivered.

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    OOoo let me know how they are!! I am in the process of getting rid of furniture in my life. I was looking at converting to this sort of bed.
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    This is how I live right now. I just moved apartments and I am chillin for a few days. Only thing I got to sit on is a leather office chair and a yoga ball. Ground pad for a bed. At first I was alright with it. Now I don't like it. My couch is what I miss. It'll be here on Tuesday -_-

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    Quote Originally Posted by gromit View Post
    I have actually thought a tent/canopy would be useful in the wintertime to keep heat around the bed area. Old school style.
    Those work. I used to make make-shift curtains for my bunk beds in the army and it worked amazingly well at both giving privacy and keeping warm.

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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.

    Yeah! ( As soon as it gets cold enough here...)

    Quote Originally Posted by zago View Post
    This is how I live right now. I just moved apartments and I am chillin for a few days. Only thing I got to sit on is a leather office chair and a yoga ball. Ground pad for a bed. At first I was alright with it. Now I don't like it. My couch is what I miss. It'll be here on Tuesday -_-
    Yeah I find a couch is pretty essential. I could deal with my bed being on the ground easily, but the couch is where I socialize, and it isn't so inviting for an array of guests to only have floor options.

    I admire those that can fore-go things most people feel they need. But there are a few things I find absolutely necessary: A desk, a chair, and a couch are three of the biggest ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kyuuei View Post
    OOoo let me know how they are!! I am in the process of getting rid of furniture in my life. I was looking at converting to this sort of bed.
    Will do. These are super-comfey 7 inch thick ones. I'll be getting them next Sat.

    I got my rugs in, and I've decided there's room for one more, preferably animal print.
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    are you gonna have it's either called a rhumper,rhoomba,or rhompus room can't remember which. are you gonna have one of those? Oh and have ever read the Veldt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    are you gonna have it's either called a rhumper,rhoomba,or rhompus room can't remember which. are you gonna have one of those? Oh and have ever read the Veldt?
    Yep, it's going to be a rhomboid rhompus rhoom. No, I haven't read Veldt, but I think I should. Ray Bradbury is one of my favorites.

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