You don’t need to be a kivik to love a rolled arm sofa.
You just need to roll one of these old-school wooden arm stools, and it will feel like you’re relaxing on the couch.
If you need to relax in a pinch, you can make a couch for your big day by folding up a kilt or similar.
You can even buy a rolled chair from a kiva shop.
And if you’re going to roll your own, make sure you have a sturdy wooden chair.
Kiviki, a company that makes rollable, hand-made furniture and accessories, has a ton of rolling chairs, with different designs ranging from vintage and vintage-inspired to modern and contemporary.
To make your own rollable kiviki chair, you’ll need a chair-shaped roll, which is essentially a small, rolled piece of wood that you can either fold up and put on a flat surface or put on the floor and lay flat.
You’ll also need to make a table for the chair, a seat for the legs, and a table legs for the armrests.
If your rolling chair is too small to use on the bed, you may need to cut the legs down and fit them in a separate space. You don