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A bedroom’s most essential and most luxurious piece of furniture is its bed.
But it’s also where your favorite bookshelves and pillows go to sleep, and it’s where you spend most of your waking hours.
In a recent New York magazine article, New York-based furniture designer and furniture designer Laura Bockenmiller explains how she decided to make a living out of the bed, a luxury she’d never considered before.
The bed has been a favorite of hers for years, Bockensmith said.
In fact, she and her husband bought their first bed together, and the two have stayed in bed together ever since.
Bock’s bed was designed by a former colleague of hers, designer James A. Stroud, who designed the beds of his clients like Martha Stewart, Diane von Furstenberg and Joan Rivers.
When they bought their second bed, Bockingmiller’s husband, who had been working on a fashion show at the time, asked her to design the bed.
She asked, “Why not?” and they bought the bed as a gift.
Since then, Bocksmith has made several more beds.
She’s also the designer behind a line of furniture designed specifically for those with special needs, including a new furniture line called The Bedroom Bed, which includes beds made to be used by children and pets.
“The Bedroom” was designed for children who have learning disabilities, who need to use the bed for a variety of tasks, or who are simply too tall to comfortably sit on the floor.
It’s designed to help children get out of bed safely and to feel safe in bed with their parents.
In addition to its design for children, the Bedroom bed has also been designed to accommodate the needs of people with other special needs.
In other words, it’s designed for people who have a special bed, but it can also fit someone who can’t walk, or people who need a separate bed for their dog or cat.
For those with hearing impairments, for example, the bed can be used as a quiet, quiet place to meditate, or a place for people to hang out.
In 2015, Bocker launched a website, BedroomBed.com, where she sells products and services for those who need beds.
The company offers a bed and a mattress, as well as a bedside table that can be shared.
She sells items like pillows, blankets, pillows for the living room and chairs for the dining room, and she also sells products to support people with special medical needs.
She recently launched a new line of bedding and accessories designed for seniors, which is available through her website and her Bedroom Beds.
“I just think it’s really important that we provide people with a home that’s just for them,” Bock, who has two daughters, said.
“That is the ideal bed.
And if you want to have a beautiful bed, you need to find the right kind of furniture for your person.”
Bock is also the founder and CEO of the New York Chapter of the Disability Rights Education Network, a nonprofit that provides resources for people with disabilities.
The organization’s goal is to provide people who are currently disabled with the resources they need to be in a supportive, safe, dignified and loving home, which could include a home with an air mattress, furniture, a bed, an indoor or outdoor light fixture, a bathroom, a couch, a dining room table, a kitchen table and a sofa.
It also helps people who do not currently have access to affordable, quality furniture, Block said.
Bocksman and her daughter, Leah, are also members of the board of directors of the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, a non-profit organization that works to reduce the cruelty of the pet industry.
The Society also works to ensure the humane treatment of animals, and advocates for the humane euthanasia of animals that suffer from illness or injury.
“We’re just really dedicated to doing good in the lives of the animals that we work with,” Bockswoman said.
She also works closely with the Humane Society of the United States, which works to end the use of animal testing and the use and sale of unnecessary or dangerous products that are not intended for use in pet care or for the sale of food.
She believes the Humane SPCA does great work, but said she is also passionate about helping people with learning disabilities who want to find a new home.
“You want to be able to share your love for someone else’s home,” she said.
The New York chapter of the organization also offers resources to people with developmental disabilities, including books and materials that are available online.
“There are a lot of books out there that have a lot more information about disabilities and how to communicate with your disability peers,” Bocker said.
These books help people understand how their disabilities can