Furniture. Tuesday , May 30th , 2017 - 03:29:13 AM
Shag Carpets and Bean Bags. Rather than sitting on real furniture, designers are now suggesting a return to the basics. In the seventies, everyone had thick, shag carpeting, and now it's become popular again (as opposed to Berber, the thinnest possible carpet around), only this time it's not in mixed blue and green colors (thank goodness!). And, with the modification of the original bean bag chair that was so popular in the 80s to seat more than one comfortably on plush material or even leather rather than sticky vinyl, you can have your whole home outfitted retro style!
Because they are not heavy, they do not get a firm base on the ground too. As a result, they keep swaying. Especially, the child seats slip a lot when the toddler tries to get up on it. Also, if the toddler pushes his/her weight on one side of the seat, the whole thing might topple over, injuring the kid. This problem is lesser with the larger furniture, like the sofas and beds, though.
You can even take inspiration from a ceiling lamp that can be made with an old wall fan. The fan blades are to be removed and replaced with a light bulb. You will need to get the bulb socket fixed accordingly, for the light to function properly. The entire fan can then be covered with a bright translucent fabric or sheet.
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