A recycled wood bed from my grandparents

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A family friend of mine has a bed in her living room that is all original pieces of furniture from her grandparents.

It has a little window that has a window in it, and the door is all white and blue.

She was amazed that the wood in the bed is not from a tree that has been chopped down and burned and that it is all real wood.

The piece is called the “Old-Fashioned Wood Bed,” and it is from the collection of Robert and Dorothy Smith.

Robert Smith had an office in Washington, D.C., where he made wooden furniture, and he has it stored in a closet.

Dorothy Smith, on the other hand, used to make furniture for a living.

She bought furniture that she made herself and used it to make bedding.

So, you know, they had a lot of different styles of furniture in their office.

In fact, there is an old-fashioned wood bed that is on display in the National Museum of American History.

But they were actually both from different parts of the country.

They were both from New York City, in Brooklyn.

And they were both originally made by different people.

The bed was made by a couple of people in Brooklyn, and Dorothy worked in the kitchen, and she was a little bit of a handworker.

She made the bed with a little hand saw and a saw-and-pitch, and then she made it herself.

And then she put the bed down and she did some finishing work, and finally she painted it.

She finished it herself, and it was the first one that she sold.

And that is where it came from.

She has it in a little closet.

It is an Old-Formal, and that is because it was her father’s office and it has a small office in it.

And so, she had the furniture that he used to do that kind of work and she brought it in, and now it is one of the things that she has in her home.

It was actually her father who was the person who made the first bed in New York.

The whole collection is all the original pieces that are still there.

The wood was made in the late 19th century, but the bed itself was made from a little piece of wood that she found in a barn.

She took it home, put it in the closet, and had it finished.

It looks like it was made right out of wood, except that it has this beautiful little window.

And I have never seen anything like it.

So this is the only one that is from her home, and they were the only two people who made it.

The other two were her brother-in-law, Henry, and her aunt, Anna, who was from New Jersey, and their sister, Elsie.

It’s not really a home-made bed.

It came from a barn, and so it was not the best of quality, but it was a good example of what you could make in your home if you had a good working knowledge of the process of how to do it.

Now, I think that there are a lot more people out there that are doing this kind of furniture, because it is so inexpensive.

It can be very beautiful.

But I am just going to talk about it because I really want to give it a chance.

If you would like to learn more about this wonderful piece of furniture and its history, go to the Smithsonian’s online museum at:

The museum is also home to a lot other interesting objects.

The “Home Furniture History Project,” by Smithsonian National Museum and Art Museum, features more than 30,000 pieces of American furniture, including hundreds of thousands of pieces from around the country that were created before and after the Civil War, and which are now on display.

This is the first museum project to explore the history of furniture.

In addition to making some of the items, the Smithsonian also is the recipient of several grants, including the Howard Hughes Discovery Grant, the James M. Brownstein Fund for Arts, Humanities and the Arts, and National Endowment for the Humanities.

These funds allow Smithsonian museums to hire experts to perform research on American furniture.

I have worked with this project since 2012, and have been pleased with the results.

The Smithsonian is one the best places in the world to see what has been made in our history.

And, I would say, the best museum of any kind that I have ever been to.

Thank you for joining me.