bed place

bed place

An alcove into which a bed is located; found, for example, in many houses in Europe and their derivatives.
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A couch was to the left, the bed place to the right; my writing desk and the chronometers' table faced the door.
He was not a bit like me, really; yet, as we stood leaning over my bed place, whispering side by side, with our dark heads together and our backs to the door, anybody bold enough to open it stealthily would have been treated to the uncanny sight of a double captain busy talking in whispers with his other self.
He whispered, his arms folded on the side of my bed place, staring through the open port.
It was a rather high bed place with a set of drawers underneath.
"The head of the college Sainsbury's and duvet and some spent two bedsit then went They bed place three one other "i left slept rough Christmas of horrible.
Despite its high end rating dorm rooms start at PS20 with a family suite for PS90, while the entire 59 bed place can be hired for PS1,000.
Deep cultivation is essential and if a lawn is used for the new bed place the turf upside down in the trench as you double dig.
Rosen suggests that owners who eat in bed place a mattress pad between the futon and the sheets, lest they spill anything.
Number of permanent bed places was 27.597 in December 2018 what is 0,5% more than in December 2017.