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Couches and end-of-the-bed stool
I like the "look" & "feel" of this room, which can be the library in our house, no pool table. More bookshelves
Pedals to turn the water on and off!
Gorgeous floor - using natural stone and mother-of-pearl
Built in hampers
Food storage ladder
Pots and pans hung from the ceiling
Porch, balcony, and front garden
Balcony sitting area
Hanging racks in laundry room
Lots of windows around the grand staircase
Light ball bulbs
Double integral sink
Staircase & windows
Houzz user midmodfan knew it would be hard on the cat when the last tree in their small atrium garden had to be removed. To keep the cat happy, midmodfan replaced it with a 10-foot-high wooden stake, wrapped rot-resistant rope around with frostproof glue and U-shaped staples. The new scratching and climbing "tree" is attached to metal footing driven into the ground.
"I always felt bad about keeping my cats inside, but I also know that there are so many dangers awaiting them outside, especially in our area," says Houzz user and blogger cuckoo4design. "As they reached the senior citizen stage, I couldn't take it any longer, because I felt so bad about them never lying in the sun, breathing the fresh air, watching birds, squirrels and butterflies." Thus, she installed these homemade cat cages that have an access point from the living room window, and the cats have never been happier.
Houzz user lwiniars takes these cat tunnels on the road with the family's camper. The tunnels have a ramp and lock into a window so that the cats can come and go as they please.
Nook for cat food
Porch seating area
Bed under window
"Kitchen" nook for the laundry room
Plants in the living room
Plants in the sun room