Since Punxsutawney Phil insisted this week that we’ve got six more weeks to plow through before spring temperatures appear, the natural thing to do is curl up for a long winter’s nap. So, we took a little sleepwalking adventure around the web today to round up some things worth dreaming about.
FresHome did a little write-up this week about the “New AIR” bed by Danielle Lago (pictured above), which includes a pastel storage component for books and small items and somewhat startlingly appears to float.
Swiss Miss uncovered some great custom pillows by Lori Blum, which can be personalized to include a family name, street address and city in a variety of colors:
Desire to Inspire let us inside a brilliant and breathtaking home with a waterfront view of the Sydney Harbour and, of course, the world-famous opera house — simply stunning:
Here’s a bittersweet story from Maryland: per the Gaithersburg Patch daily newspaper, the owners of the Gaithersburg Inn have put their B&B up for sale; they’re leaving the inn behind so they can focus more of their time advocating for traumatic brain injury (TBI) research funding in honor of their son, who suffered a TBI several years ago. The 70-something couple poured more than $350,000 into renovations for the 1892 inn before putting it on the market…
…and on a lighter note, we’ve saved the oddest of the bunch for last: the yahoos over at IKEA Hacker did what they do best this week and hacked an IKEA bed into the back of a station wagon. True story.