Make a Window Seat With an Integrated Pet Bed

Turn unused space into a window seat with a cozy pet bed tucked in below.

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Position Window Seat

Place the window seat in its position. Next, use 3" wood screws to secure the window seat into wall studs by drilling through the panels, through the pine framing and into the studs. Use spackle to camouflage the holes made from the screws. Place painter's tape along the areas of the wall that will be caulked to close any gaps between the wall and the window seat. Use caulk and caulk gun to fill gaps, then add final coats of paint using roller. Allow paint to dry for at least 24 hours before placing cushions on the top and bottom of the seat.

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