We still have this little foam flop out sofa bed which is surplus to our requirements. It is not really big enough to accommodate adults, but it is perfect for a kids’ room.
It is in good condition and if anyone wants to come and take it (sorry we cannot deliver), please send me message using the form below. It is located in Zell and the collection date / time will need to be by mutual arrangement as we are not always there. It should fit into most estate cars or maybe even into a larger hatchback.
We had a bit of a disaster when we moved into our house and hopefully our advice will help many of you moving to the region to avoid the same stress.
Generally houses in the Mosel have the living areas on the upper floors, with the ground floor being given over to utility space and more historically to wine production. The reason for this is simple – the flood risk. That means your sitting room is likely to be on the first floor, accessed by a staircase with at least one bend in it. Our house has no fewer than four such staircases, three of which dog leg back on themselves but with no half landing.
All fine and dandy I hear you cry, as such features add to the character of the property. We were of the same opinion – until our sofa (amongst other things) would not go up…! Continue reading
As promised in my previous blog post, here are a couple of pictures of our Nabru flat-pack sofa during assembly plus one of the finished product. Please excuse the poor lighting which makes it look different shades of blue – it is in fact just the one shade, and the cushions need a bit of plumping up!
It was generally really easy to assemble – it just slots together. Believe it or not, the hardest part was putting the covers! The two big red cushions were free from Nabru as they were running a special offer at the time.