Daily Prompt: Leg

I like describing the houses the characters live in. With a rather old vampire, it was easy to decide on dragon themed furniture. Because yes.

From Inside The Grey House:

The room was similar to the one in her dream, but not exact. There was no canopy on this bed, but the sheets and bedding were a deep blood red. She stopped thinking about the dream for a moment as the bed seemed to call to her, inviting her to lie down. The comforter looked thick and luxurious. The sheets shimmered like silk, and probably were. To stop herself from laying down on the bed, she continued to look around to try and find other similarities with her dream. There was a nightstand on each side of the bed, with a dragon lamp accentuating the dragon legged tables. A chair of the same hue as the furniture in the sitting room was leaning against one wall. There were doors along each wall of the room, broken up only by the large bay window. There was a drawn curtain half hiding the view of the surrounding land.

Lilly cleared her throat, indicating they should continue. It took a moment for Natalia to move; she was staring at the view. Before moving she concluded that it was not the same view as in her dream. Something was missing, but she didn’t know what. Lilly finally pulled at her arm. Natalia started walking again, still trying to see the view in her dream. It wouldn’t come. She closed her eyes and followed Lilly through the only open door. The master bathroom was larger, as was the round tub. The tub was to the left of center. There was a square shower stall about five feet by five in the far right corner. Next to it was a counter with two sinks. The toilet was in the far left corner, mostly hidden behind a curtain.

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