Sunday, August 16, 2015

Eco-friendly bed frame

My wife and I have a mattress we ordered from Casper with a discount from Jezebel.  I like it.  A lot.  Although I'll admit it took some getting used to after the puffy one that's now in the guest bedroom.  But the downside is we've been sleeping with it on the floor like college kids rather than on a frame like adults with a house because we're too lazy to shop when it doesn't include the frame in the delivery.  Yesterday, while perusing Good Will, we wandered next door to Slumberland to have a look, but the platform bed selection wasn't exceptional.  Nevertheless, it inspired me to actually do some web shopping today (that's right, we're too lazy to shop by web, and I remember the pre-web shopping days when you had to go from store to store).  This option from Amazon is not what we're going to get, because I just can't deal with looking like I'm perpetually ready to move out, even if no one besides me has to see it (and my wife, although that's it, even the cats don't really get to hang out in the bedroom).  But I thought building a bed frame out of cardboard was a great idea and, if I was single and not necessarily trying to impress women with my marriage-ability, I'd strongly consider it as an option.

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