Saturday, May 27, 2006

more condo pictures

This is bedroom #3-- bedroom #4 just like it but in a soft lime green.
This is the Master Bedroom and was going to make 1 King bedspread and buy 2 XL twin comforters in black. All gone--discontinued. So...I bought King comforter in black and had to make 2 bedspreads. Well, only had fabric for one and of course, they have no JoAnn's in Myrtle Beach area. So I had to do that when I got home. This is a swing king bed, meaning it's a King bed that "swings" apart to make 2 twins. Men would never sleep in the same bed, and since it's in a golf course community (close to the beach), we had to go with this bed.

My other pictures won't load--but everything else was done and I could move on to other things!

9 comments:

Evelyn aka Starfishy said...

I owned my own rental agency on Cape Cod and NEVER saw this type of bed. How very clever for the rental market - very good choice. Your decorating is excellent - very clean and simple and nice for a vacation.

Cheers!

Evelyn

Mary said...

I really like this bed - I'd never even heard of a king sized bed that swings apart. I'm going to look for it next time I have to buy a bed - what a great idea for company - a couple could sleep together but if I had my sisters here - the bed could swing apart.

Passionate Quilter said...

Well you just buy a King headboard, and two XL twin beds. Then you buy a Swing King frame and attach to your headboard. Lots of places don't even know what you are talking about. But near Myrtle Beach with tons of condos, there is one place that keeps them on hand.

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