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The Hills - Chapter Two

Chapter One | Story Masterlist

Thank you for your sweet comments on the first chapter! This wasn’t supposed to be longer than two parts, but the story kinda developed on its own and I can already tell you there will be at least four more parts. I hope you enjoy! :)

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Warnings: strong language, angst galore, alcohol, tipsy driving (DON’T drink and drive, please), nsfw

Chapter Two: Professional

The next evening I had my second encounter with Negan and I was beyond nervous. He’d told me to meet him after dinner because he was going to be busy all day. It was a particularly hot evening so I decided to wear something less formal this time; I pulled a floral romper out of my closet and paired it with a pair of black sandals. I curled my eyelashes and applied a fairly generous amount of mascara, put my hair up into a ponytail and completed my outfit with a pair of golden hoop earrings.

I got into my car and sped down the highway to the mansion. When I reached the residential quartier Negan lived in, the gate opened, and just like the first time I had been there I parked my car near the entrance. This time, however, the atmosphere was completely different. The mansion at night looked like a whole new place, the massive fountain was illuminated by colored footlights and the garden was lit by the full moon.

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Set of three gilded mahogany sofas; each with straight back, the ends slightly curved; outscrolled arms carved with lotus leaves; seat rail with foliage; lions’ paw feet at front, back legs of sabre design, all on sliders; upholstered in green silk damask. These sofas form part of an extensive suite of seat furniture made for George IV’s new private apartments at Windsor Castle, originally consisting of seven sofas, twelve armchairs, thirty-one side chairs, two reading chairs and a writing chair. Forty-one of the fifty-three pieces were intended for the Green Drawing Room, the remainder for the King’s Writing Room. Those for the Green Drawing Room were covered in green silk supplied by the mercer W.E. King at a cost of £2 5s. per yard. Exclusive of the silk, the cost of the entire suite was £6,956. As in the case of the suite for the Crimson Drawing Room, the excessive quantity supplied by Morel & Seddon resulted in the removal of some pieces by the early 1830s and their reuse in Buckingham Palace. The Green Drawing Room, like the adjacent rooms built and furnished for George IV between 1826 and 1830, combined furniture and fittings from Carlton House with new pieces by Morel & Seddon.

anonymous asked:

Hey! Uhm, i'm a product design student and was wondering if you could help me out. I have to make a small project for a class and it's about furniture/interior design. It's only one piece of furniture, and, even tho I have a lot of ideas, they are nothing creative enough or that I would like to continue to work on throughout the year. Could you help me, please?

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Here are some recent creative pieces of furniture that demonstrate that is all about an idea and how you make it reality. Even an idea that might seem tired initially can give birth to an innovative piece.

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