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Neat repurposing...old tv cabinet

Posted by AnnieDeighnaugh (My Page) on
Sun, May 18, 14 at 0:43

Very clever...from old TV cabinet to new dog bed!


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That is cute!!! I love the thought that went into the small-scale fabric and wallpaper, too. Lucky Henri!


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Very cool! A friend did something similar with a buffet cabinet. I'll have to look for a picture I can share.


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Adorable! What a fantastic imagination!


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Omg that is ridiculously CUTE! I love it! (Mr. Fluffy would also love it.)


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very cute!
too bad the big TV and cabinet in our unfinished basement section still has a big ol' tv in it!! (we're finding we can't give that thing away!! :( but, this pic at least makes me wonder if maybe we can remove the tv to make the thing more manageable at least... hadn't thought of that...)


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OK, that is just about the most adorable thing I have seen in a long time! TFS

I'd love to see the rest of their house!

ETA - Impatient to see what else that person may have created I found the source and see it was made by a creative business in NC. Some very nicely painted pieces there! Have you used their paints Annie?

This post was edited by luckygal on Sun, May 18, 14 at 10:08


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Absolutely adorable! Love the darling details. Of course, if I did that, our pups would sleep next to it rather than in it. Sigh. They have no sense of style.


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Isn't that something. Great idea. And doesn't Henri look smug? :)


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No, lucky gal, I found the pic on Pinterest so haven't even browsed the website...


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Here is the original source of the photo. She has lots of other things she has done...quite interesting and lots of ideas.

Here is a link that might be useful: Original source of photo


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How adorable! I,would be much too small,for my 80 lb Australian Cattle dog, but my 2 cats would love it I'm sure.


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That dog is substantially better behaved than mine. Mine would chew all of those cute things up.


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That's adorable! But for cats? Well, maybe some cats -- but I have the variety that turn their dainty little noses up at anything that's meant for them to use as a bed, and crawl into the magazine basket, bathroom sink, or box destined for the trash instead. ::le sigh::


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So darn CUTE!!!! What a luxurious little spot for him! Our pets deserve nothing but the best!

Great and innovative idea and nice work too!


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We've got an old stereo console down in the basement--about 55 years old. I've often thought that there ought to be a way to use the case for something. This picture is brilliant--and gives us some ideas!


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And now, I give you Henri in watercolor via Waterlogue:


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