Are you lucky enough to have a Shepherd Hut to escape to for peace and quite? If so, you will know that the small unique space can provide a tranquil place of rest and relaxation.
The key to creating a blissful environment that is expected from your Shepherd Hut is to get the most out of the small space, without compromising the look and feel.
We have been fortunate to have worked on various Shepherd Hut projects to provide bespoke seating and sleeping cushions/mattresses that fit small spaces and provide dual functionality that ensures the space is not cluttered and remains a place of tranquility.
Foam Cut to Size for Cubby Hole Beds.
It is important to make the most of the space within the Shepherds Hut and cubby hole beds are a great way of achieving this.
The bed can be sectioned off and storage under the bed can be achieved if the bed is raised off the ground.
Creating a sleeping area such as this is achievable and foam cut to size and shape can ensure that you get the perfect mattress to fit the bed.
Dual Functionality: Bed & Seating Area.
Making the most of the small space in the Shepherd Hut can be achieved using pull out seating that doubles as a bed. The cubby bed could easily be a pull out seat to save space.
Pull out seating benches are a great use of space and provide additional storage. Foam can be cut to size and upholstered for seating comfort and also used as the mattress for sleeping.
We can help you to create beautiful seating and sleeping options using our Complete Cushions with Fitted Covers Service. We have an extensive range of fabrics also that are ideal for dual functionality. Please get in touch to discuss any unique space projects.
For Your Info
To view some of the Shepherd Hut projects, please visit Foam Cushions For Shepherd Huts on our website.
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