I dug up an old Craftster thread this week and found a dorm fort to share!
When WeRnotALONE's roommate left town, she went to work on building herself a bed fort.
This is Offbeat Home's archive of bedrooms posts.
Eight years ago, I moved into my current home. That was when I began putting together my unusual office, a small space filled to bursting with books, curiosities and Professor Snape collectibles. It is also whimsically known as "the dungeons."
I think of the room as a collage of sorts, a work of art, a sanctuary. I love arranging objects in an aesthetically pleasing manner, and finding ways to cram yet more of them in every nook and cranny. I love jars, and bugs, and memento mori… I love things that belong to a more genteel age: quills, ink wells, hourglasses, Oriental carpets.
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I over-indulged on leopard print in the bedroom, but I know I can make this work! How can I make leopard print sheets less love motel-y?
Dear Offbeat Home,
My name is Cat. I have a problem.
I cannot stop buying books. I also do not take much time to read books. I have a pile of more than a dozen in-progress books.
I have to believe that if I kept my books in an easy-to-access and organized manner, I'd give them more love. Right now my bedside table is an upended suitcase — a failed attempt to turn it into a cat bed. No storage, and not pretty. To solve my problem, I've been fantasy shopping for an un-bedside table. As I see it, here are my options.
How on earth can you create a minimalist bedroom with hippy decorating tendencies? Especially when you happen to be a family of co-sleepers who resides in a 100+ year-old cottage.
I know. You've probably wondered this question A THOUSAND TIMES. Wonder no longer, dearest. I'm here and I'm happy to help!