Shaving a few inches off the arms gives you more space for lounging. Tardis-like, Felix looks and feels larger than its actual footprint, thanks to its slimmer-than-average arms. We’ve added storage under the chaise, to hold your spare duvet, sheets and pillows. And in bed mode, the back cushions neatly tuck themselves under the mattress (so you don’t end up playing dodge the cushions).
Origami Artist Creates Charming Animals with Unique Wet Folding Technique
Reminds me of the plywood figurine models I used to build. Break it down: What's the design? Imagine individual pieces... PLAN! Once you've figured out the precision of the design and expenses, go to a lumber store and buy the necessary sheets of wood and very large screws; Or, make smaller connections to bring it all together. Draw out and cut your pieces of wood, sand them down, and make it happen! You got this! ;)
I love many parts of this. The clean lines and simplicity. I'm not as fan of the purposefully unfinished look... I'd go for painted walls and doors of some well oiled hardwood but the general space is lovely. And OH to have inset tatami!