Saturday, January 14, 2012

Suspended Swinging Beds

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I am fascinated by this concept.
I would love to do it for someone.

Don't you think 
the idea of a swinging bed has an element of fun to it?
{although I would have to take Dramamine i think}


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10 comments:

  1. Why do advertisers seen to sneak in for a free jab?
    Renee-
    I love these beds. My sister just told me that her husband had gone over to a friend's to help them hang one. Hoe comfortable are they? WOuld love to have one on the patio too! Lot of people at the beach are doing that.
    Have a great weekend.
    Teresa
    xoxo

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  2. Teresa - my sweetest pal....

    it is my personal opinion
    that the spam advertisers are very
    simply put...,
    STINKY TURDS.

    so i go to my comment page and flush them down the toilet where they belong.

    ha ha
    i feel better now!!!!

    xx

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  3. Like some new baby cradle business.
    Comfort and cozy and easy to clean.

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  4. For some reason I like them outside, but not they make me feel uneasy in an interior.

    Cathleen Gouveia did one last year at the SF Decorator Showcase. Check out my story for photos http://sfluxe.com/2011/06/02/san-francisco-decorator-showcase-2011/ Apparently it was not secure at first, but they figured it out in the end.

    Cheers,

    Claudia

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  5. I think I would be sea sick very soon.
    For outside, yes please.
    Have a nice weekend Renee.
    X
    V

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  6. Viera you stole my line!!!
    I also don't think they would be a good idea for newly marrieds!!!!!!
    But they do look sensational. Perhaps we could have them outside by the pool...in France! xxx

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  7. well,
    as mentioned in my post.....
    i would need Dramamine to fall asleep.

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  8. Love the look....but KNOW I couldn't deal with the rocking...seabands would be a must!

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  9. I think I will have to get new glasses again as I missed the dramamine bit!!!!!!!!

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