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Betty's Room, LLC
2 Reviews
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Create sheltered spaces for pets to lounge in.
7. Share your pet’s routines, preferences and history. By filling the new owner in on your pet’s daily routine and any special needs, you can make his or her transition to the new home as smooth as possible
times of day.Daily routines: How much of each day you spent with your pet; walk through your pet’s typical daily routine.Play: Favorite games and toys.Sensitivities: Noises, animals or anything else that tends to excite or upset your pet.Medical history: Bring any veterinary records you have, along with
2. Create sheltered spaces for pets to lounge in. Pets need places where they can decompress, just as you do. Those areas don't always need to be completely away from humans, however. Our pets are social but good at self-preservation, just like we are.
“I like the chqir” — milneras
Supon Phornirunlit / Naked Decor
Supon Phornirunlit/ Naked Decor
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flor.com/configurator/design http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/50120547/ Lamp -- http://www.pier1.com/Ivory-Genie-Lamp/2406822,default,pd.html?cgid=table_lamps - You can purchase different color shades OR go to your local art supply and purchase painters tape and brushed silver paint to create
larger stand lamp in the corner. The army fatigue pattern you can make pretty easily. Same w/ the Pillows and bed coverings. The smaller orange furniture on the left I have seen at Ikea. The red sculpture I am sure is wood -- you can take a bed end piece on the fancier beds. cut it down into candle
Carpet tiles for pets - easy to replace
carpet tiles, pet dander and hair
Carpet tiles are pet friendly and easy to keep clean.
“Guest bed” — tracyannetyler
Kailey J. Flynn Photography
1 Review
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Style. For larger breeds or multiple pets who enjoy one another's company at night, choose a bed that complements your own. There are no rules about what a pet's bed should look like. As long as the bed is comfortable for the animal, take liberties
bed and furniture...Pet bed...multi pets bed...pet couch/bed
“Dog bed” — Tressa English
Domicile Interior Design
1 Review
Astoria Guest Retreat
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in a fresh way. Instead of always folding them at the foot of the bed or over the arm of a chair, try using your throws to change the look of your furniture with a bit of strategic folding and tucking. Try wrapping the loose cushion of your sofa with a throw, or lay a throw folded in thirds across the
The use of the bright orange in the accent pieces over the neutral colors of the walls and furniture.
cushions. Use a throw as a protective barrier on cushions. If you have pets who like to sit on your furniture, this is a great way to keep the pet hair off the seats.
With fall comes a cool breeze; layer your furniture with throws to warm up both your décor and yourselves. More ways to decorate
look of your furniture with a bit of strategic folding and tucking. Try wrapping the loose cushion of your sofa with a throw, or lay a throw folded in thirds across the back and seat of an armchair, as shown here.
“Use of throws” — mspck
Caden Design Group
1 Review
Master Bath and Bedroom Shelving
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keep pets out of your bedroom. they track dust and dander and shed it around your house. Dyson grooming tools vacuums the animal.
Keep pets out of the bedroom. Sorry, but it’s best to keep animals out of your bedroom and especially off your bed. Dogs and cats tend to track in lots of dust and dander from the outdoors and shed it around your house. You might want to also consider vacuuming your dog often with special appliances
“roller shades in bedroom” — rerenae
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
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I am remodeling a guest room, the walls are a pea soup color the floor is dark brown the trim is stark white. what color should the furniture be?
Another bed to consider would be the Wing Bed from Charles P Rogers: http://www.charlesprogers.com/wing-bed-vintage-chestnut-p-196.html?cPath=29_88
include the pet bed!
Simple. Pet bed...Pet bed
“Headboard” — Michelle Bolton
VisuaLingual
VisuaLingual home/HQ
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generally fairly benign when it comes to pet danger. But to be on the safe side, keep jewelry, hair clips, pins and bands away from exploring pets. One potential serious hazard, though, is mothballs. They’re toxic, so if you use them, be sure they’re in a place your pet absolutely can’t reach.
generally fairly benign when it comes to pet danger. But to be on the safe side, keep jewellery, hair clips, pins and bands away from exploring pets. One potential serious hazard, though, is mothballs. They’re toxic, so if you use them, be sure they’re in a place your pet absolutely can’t reach.
“Wall color” — lemfanfare
Beth Dotolo, ASID, RID, NCIDQ
3 Reviews
Modern Craftsman - Dallas, TX
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The bed is lovely and I would like to purchase it;however, I do not see the names of any pieces of furniture on any pictures. Thank you for your reply. Eliza
headboard is about 58" high. It's completely custom and we do our furniture made to order so it can be customized. Much of our made-to-order furniture can be found here: http://pulphome.com/product-category/pulp-design-studios/made-to-order-furniture/ See more of our work: http://pulpdesignstudios.com Shop
for your question! That was custom made by us for our client. You can find more of out made-to-order furniture here: http://pulphome.com/product-category/pulp-design-studios/made-to-order-furniture/ See more of our work: http://pulpdesignstudios.com Shop our designs: http://pulphome.com
“nice” — csom1946
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