bedroom. Thursday , March 23rd , 2017 - 22:22:53 PM
Tricks and Treats - A little sweetness can add a lot to the sensual pleasures of a romantic evening, and couples can have a lot of fun incorporating fall treats into the action. Popping a candy in the mouth and then taking turns sucking on various body parts can be amusing, as can coating each other with chocolate, whipped cream or honey and then licking each other clean.
Your bedroom is your sanctum. It is where you sleep, read, relax, and participate in numerous other activities. For many people, their bedroom is also where they entertain themselves by watching television and movies. While it is a plausible argument that having a TV in your bedroom can augment your bedroom experience, there are so many reasons why you should not have one that it seems almost ludicrous to have one. Besides the lack of intimacy that you unfortunately gain by having a TV in your bedroom, there are also many other factors that are affected. Below is a list of reasons why you should not have a TV in your bedroom:
Similar to bunk beds but configured for a single room occupant, you can look at loft beds. These are great structures, providing the top bunk of a bunk bed unit with space beneath it for other uses. For example, you can locate your child's workstation with a computer and desk space for homework below the loft bed so that the rest of the floor space is still open for moving around. You could also place a dresser or toy chest below the bed, still opening up the room with less clutter.
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