While that 180 degree turn didn't seem too tight when you walked through it, our three seat wide couch definitely wasn't having it. After about a half hour of trying to force it, we were left with only one option...a power saw. The couch only cost twenty dollars at the glorious Deseret Industries and Josh and our landlord Macade were so enthusiastic about sawing a couch in half that I decided to let them go at it. They honestly looked like kids on Christmas.
Definitely still a tight squeeze...
and we had to take our front door off...but it's INSIDE!!!!
The boys repairing the damage
And now we have a couch in our home!!! I'm pretty sure that it will stay long after we move out. You're welcome future couples!
After we had the ordeal of getting the couch through the door, I was stressing out about getting our new bed inside. Luckily, it was JUST short enough to make that stupid turn. I LOOOOVE our bed. Since our bedroom is microscopic, we picked out a bed with drawers underneath so we could have more storage space. I wish there was room to take a picture from the front but it just doesn't look right so this will have to do:
Josh the Handyman putting it together :)
Along with the drawers, bulkier things can be stored in the middle
Wooohooooo!!!! (gotta love our tiny window)
Once the house is decorated, I'll post pictures of the other rooms. Our house may be tiny but I LOVE it. I love coming home everyday to it's tiny-ness and everything it holds :D
Especially this guy right here :)
PS~ Please ignore the blog title, it's a work in progress. PLEASE give me any suggestions you may have, I'm no good at this stuff :/