This sweet built-in dual bed featuring Norwegian craftsmanship is found in a delightful house on an island off the coast of Maine. Actually designed and built in Norway in the mid 1950's and transported over here piece by piece, the house is unique and a joy to be in. With Nordic influences throughout, including a sod roof, carved wooden columns, and other details that speak of comfort and shelter in harsh winters, the house fits in nicely on Maine's rugged coast.

Bunk beds are called double deck. Loft beds are extremely lovely sort of bed plus that it's really for a not-so-wide room. Storage beds are extremely right for you once you're a well-organized individual.

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One room used for bunk beds incase a bunch of nieces and nephews stay over

A Norwegian tradition is the use of sheepskin. Some times it is made ​​with a (aakle) Skillbragd coverlet woven in a twill diamond overshot pattern using homespun and dyed wool. http://roarpels.no/

A Norwegian tradition is the use of sheepskin. Some times it is made ​​with a (aakle) Skillbragd coverlet woven in a twill diamond overshot pattern using homespun and dyed wool.

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