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Moving out at the end of the month. Need effay room inspo. Help ya boi out
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>>12610110
source?
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Hey Arnold!
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Going into a room that is way too small, anyone have ideas for using space well? Currently looking at scaffolding/industrial inspo
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>>12610798
The one thing I don't want to do though is have my bed on a scaffold, I just know how much noise that'll make.
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If the architectural design of your room is shitty it isn't going to be fa. Keep that in mind.
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>>12610110
I love this style.. but watering all those plants every time would be a pain in the ass
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>>12611359
Hmm any more like this? Like, I love all the expensive looking designed rooms, but can we see more simple designed rooms that are nicely decorated? I feel those are more achievable and good for some inspiration.
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>>12611569
you want less expensive I give you Ikea.
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Can anyone post more living room inspo
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>>12611584
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>>12611329
floor table is kinda gross
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Has anyone here built their own house?
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my own room, small but I try

also anyone got some realistic inspo? a lot of the stuff posted in these threads relies on the room/location

>>12611329
oh man i want a tree in my house
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>>12611310
Dude that's like ten plants. Even if your whole house looked like this, you'd need to dedicate a whopping few minutes to water all of them.
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>>12611776
What are the best indoor plants?
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>>12611793
I got this Crassula ovate also known as a money tree, and it is fairly easy to take care of. I water it once or twice a month and sometimes even less
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>>12611815
Also have this mimosa which is also easy to take care of, and it's also one of the more unusual plants since it's leafs folds inward when touched.
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>no one posting the obvious most effay room aesthetic, 90s Japanese sad boy
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>>12611793
There are a bunch of variables. Sunlight , climate, temperature, humidity, are you forgetful, etc? Cacti are fairly resilient if you get enough sun, even jungle variants will work if you don't, just don't over water them. Succulents are also easy to care for, but are a little more finicky (in my experience). I suggest actually going to a local florist/plant shop and asking the owner for recommendations based on what I mentioned above.

Experiment too. I have some weird tropical plant, that on paper should have been a bitch to care for, but it's in better shape than my dracaena and pothos. I also had a fern die in two weeks for some fucking reason when kept in optimal conditions. Shit happens. Also independent shops are great for nice pots.

I thought I had one of those guides for low light or easy care plants, but I can't find it. I'm sure another anon can help out. Some of the common ones are spider plants, golden pothos, acera palm, dracaena, dieffenbachia, snake plants, most ferns, among others. I've heard those fiddle leaf fig things are easy to care for too.
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>>12611832
i love this so much, wish western interior design wasn't so afraid of the floor
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Found one
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>>12611841
>>12610110
>>12611776
I would totally get lots of plants for my apartment but i also totally don't want to deal with all the bugs and shit beeing in my house.
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>>12612009
I have next to no bugs in my place and I have a bunch of plants. They don't magically show up in your house once you have a certain number of plants. Do you think they just spawn randomly in pots?
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>>12612129
no but they can easily live there plus it attracts them
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>>12611307
Not true, but it does limit what you can do. You have to work with the building not against it.
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Trying to hang curtains for aesthetic and TV purposes. How should I do curtains for a window that's all up in the corner? Ordinarily I'd want the curtain rod to extend a few inches past the window frame, but that's impossible here.
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>>12612129
The are born in the dirt, moulded by it
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>>12611331
i think this is cesar manriques house, he was an artist from lanzarote and he literally dug his house into a cave! ive been there and its amazing so even if that pic isnt his place, check it out, its a great place
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>>12611761
take the post it notes off your wall, and declutter your desk! You have lovely white walls anon unfortunately my flat has shit cream/off white walls and it makes the place so uncomfy
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>>12611083
>>12611336
What the fuck is up with these decorators and retarded speaker placement
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>>12611331
That is absolutely beautiful
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>>12612877
i was right, it is cesars place, he was lanzarote's most famous artist and when he died he wanted his house preserved as a gallery
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Cool table
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>>12612304
This is disgusting yet comfy at the same time.
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>>12614266
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>>12611793
That loft has soooo much potential yet it looks shit!
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>>12612535
have a single, large curtain that covers the whole window with a curtain rod that extends to the right of your picture
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>>12611564
Keep in mind that rocking chair alone is worth ~500$
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>>12610007
No one lives in these fuck off lofts except rich people. How is it possible to get inspo when the vast majority of the aesthetic relies on the loft itself
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>>12610007
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if i ever had enough money id do something super tacky like all marble walls and floors (the floors made of large slab, not marble tiles). but what about the ceiling? how can i avoid it just looking like gyprock shit?
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>>12611776
that kitchen has no oven, also those cuboards are super impractical
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where do you even find furniture that is /fa/?
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>>12614486
Ricky Owens. I make my own / source it from non furniture (i have a moose antler on for example).
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Opinions on bed sets?
What color sheets and comforters look nice?
Are black sheets worth it?
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>>12611832
more of this?
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>>12614429
I like the subtle difference between the white brick and the white walls plus the colorful paintings and lighting
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>>12614968
Thanks it is an amazing living space!
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>>12611793
>tfw no huge ass loft with exposed brick walls and giant windows showering you in natural sunlight
>tfw no indoor swingset
>tfw no musical talent so no instruments scattered around
>tfw no 11/10 classy gf casually noodling away with her guitar
why exactly should i even try?
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Cool I love to look at pictures of places and stuff I could never afford.
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>>12615176

That's not the right attitude anon!
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>>12610641
I like this
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>>12612304
Which former soviet country are you from, brate?
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>>12611340
>>12611776
>>12613033
>>12614264
how much do these places cost?
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>>12615243
It's sort of the "If you need to ask, you can't afford it" situation I reckon.
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>>12611793
/an/ would probably be able to help you with that
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bump
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>>12611083
>be me
>burgalor
>walk by apartment
>see front door is made of plywood and construction paper
>literally walk through the front door
>man child dudey is sticking spagooty up his booty
>pull cat out of pocket
>kill fuccboi spagoo with cat
>take everything
>everything covered in spagettysburg
>wtf why
>stuff spagooy in faggy record player
>hit play
>Feniculi Fenicula slowed down
>leave
>can't close door because it blew away in the wind
>can't sell anything because it's covered in spoogy-googy
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non white rooms? I like white and all but man it gets a bit boring
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>>12611793
Diffenbaccia/dumb cane

any type of ficus
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>>12615235
Russia.
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>>12610110
This probably my favourite, although sleeping with a skylight wouldn't be very comfy.
It doesn't look like there is a thing to pull down for cover at night.
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>>12616537
its not a bedroom though
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>>12611329
Jesus Christ that looks like a good way to break an ankle at night
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>>12616537
It's not a bedroom
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>>12614461
full gold leaf
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>>12615243
depends on location but they will all be expensive
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>>12616965
nice of course. needs also roman statues too then.
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>>12615243
they are like a normal "starter family house" but without walls and a few curated pieces of furniture, it just looks big cause its one big space with sparse items
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>>12612822
who gives a shit about acoustics
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>>12617050
>>12611340
>starter home
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>>12617295
looks bigger than it is, if you put some walls in it its smaller than lower middle class american home
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Nice stuff here. Have to be rich though.
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>>12616029
white is right, my friend
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>>12616938
>>12616956
Isn't that a futon in the back?
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had no other choice but to rent this two-room apartment, but the living room is really narrow and I don't know what to do with it. ( the circled thing is barely 20 inches large ) + the floor makes the whole room look dull

help me.
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>>12617698
what do those doors open to?
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>>12617758
the balcony

actually, the other room ( which is nearly twice larger but is thought to be a bedroom ) is on the other side, in continuity of the first room
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>>12617698
>Fold-out dining table for the wall with stackable stools
>Rest is living room
B-But I like the floor anon
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>>12610007
You are just asking to get your sweaters eaten by moths if you keep them like that
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>>12617698
Dude I'd live there in a heart beat. What's the rent?
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what sort of front doors look good and not like a cliché? i need to replace mine
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maybe I don't like it that much since I'm used to big rooms, but i think it's growing on me more and more
>>12618136
yeah i thought about that kind of table, but I don't know if I can mount one since I don't own the place
Well the floor is not that bad but it's harder to make the room look "warm" because of it
>>12618608
600€/month for 40 square meters
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>>12618989
also example of the sort of tacky modern doors im trying to avoid
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>>12619009
not him but that seems like a fairly decent price depending on location
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>>12618989
Solid wood my nigga. Maybe with a window if you need natural light in your entryway.
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What about some nice pictures like this one. You can find lots on Amazon..

https://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B01ITDTM30/ref=as_li_qf_sp_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=9603-21&camp=1638&creative=6742&linkCode=as2&creativeASIN=B01ITDTM30&linkId=6be542be40a4574226677dfb125e1be7
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>>12619212
low quality, tacky and just shit quite frankly
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>>12619207
thats pretty nice actually, the stain really adds character . one ive got is solid wood but looks tacky as hell and has green-blue paint on it.
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>>12619212
thats not a nice image, violence isnt effay. I cant think of anywhere where this wouldnt look out place
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>>12611332

i like this design. Reminds me of the batcave
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i dig this ikea compact living solution
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>>12619364
the desk and chair kinda kill it for me

>>12619375
compact living should stop living
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>>12619364
I like the drawers on that desk, but the rest of it really doesn't suit the identical parquet flooring.
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>>12611886
the spider plant one is wrong, it does need sunlight and water otherwise looks dead as pic related
on the other hand pothos needn't at all
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>>12610007
ID on the hanging light things?
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Anybody have advice on how to deal with shitty cream / beige colored walls? I live in an apartment where I can't change the paint color and its extremely frustrating because it is a tone that manages to correspond badly with any color that isn't some form of a brown earth tone. Pic related
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>>12619553
whats wrong with that color? i think it looks pretty nice
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>>12619553
i like the colour personally, but i think putting two or three black and white photo prints would neutralise it and let you use more colours for the furniture etc. this is just a hunch though idk how it would actually look.
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>>12619564
When I moved in my place had almost exclusively that colour or slightly more brown walls. It's disgusting irl.

>>12619553
Just cover the walls with art and/or shelving. No one will notice the colour.
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>>12619592
if thats an accurate rep in the photo it looks almost exactly like my houses color. my floorboards are way lighter though. i "break" it up with natural stuff - varying hard wood furniture and white painted wood for other stuff. i also work with it by having similar colored suede furniture. plants of course help, your desk plant probably isnt enough. large ones really look swell. light blue coloring actually looks nice too.

now that i notice wtf is up with the Jamaican (?) flag? chuck a wool rug over it.
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>>12619553
that floor is really cool,
who did that painting on there?
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>>12619634
Considering it's waxed over and the guy can't even paint his walls, it probably got put in by the original owner or something.
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>>12619563
>>12619564
It seems pretty harmless when you first see it, but it just manages to absorb natural light in odd ways and coordinate poorly with most things. Thinking about maps instead of black and white prints?
>>12619592
How would you feel about a pegboard on the one really open wall to hold tools and things? I live in a studio and space is tight
>>12619634
The building is an art deco from the 20s that originally had art studios in it, owners converted them to actual studios. I'm assuming a painter was set up in my studio. I love the floor, one of the biggest reasons I chose to live there
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>>12610007
I've only had bad experiences having stuff near my feet while sleeping.
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>>12611326
This is a really cool room, but I have a constant feeling of being in a low celling room. A combination of the brown colour and the slanted ceilings in different levels.
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>>12619711
yeah maps would be nice too. from what they others said a couple of large plants would also be very good. what you want is something on/next to the walls that's also a fairly muted colour that will water down that brown. so b&w, neutrals, light blue, pastels, i think all would go nicely. as for plants something like with thin, light leaves like an areca, ficus alii or dracaena palm.
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Will dump favourites.
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Most of us are too young to afford places like this but it's a nice thought
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>>12614330
this, fucks sake
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>>12617050
not in london..
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>>12619553
What is the brand of that table and are those height adjustable legs
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>>12620509
Ok so its an ikea table top and height adjustable legs, they came from different sets though so it was a huge pain to drill them together. Required much more assembly than a normal ikea table but its worth it. Total cost was under 200 bux and the thing is fuckin massive
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>>12620156
Comfy
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>>12611310
This right here is why the birthrates are dropping. Nigga won't even take the responsibility of fucking watering 5 plants for 2 min every morning LOL
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>>12611832
I have this book and it's wonderful.
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>>12615150

So that eventually you will get to that position, you retard. That attitude is why people stay poor.
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>>12620240
damn, that's hella cozy.
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>>12620773
THIS IS UGLY AF
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>>12620773
that looks like a porn set desu

too cheesy imo
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is there any guidelines or beginner guide to room decorationg? i fucking suck shit at it
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>>12621217
its not absolutely shit, just poorly thought out. like who chooses a black light fitting? ruins the continuity

>>12621295
build around one color and theme. dont have too much of a contrast. work with what youve got instead of against.
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Does anybody know of tabletop/floor fans that don't look like plastic pieces of shit? Just browsed through amazon and was kinda disappointed.
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>>12620759
book? i just had that pic saved, please inform me on this book
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>>12621295
2 Trains of thought

Make up for what your room lacks
OR
Accentuate what it has

For example my bedroom has cheap wooden floors and white walls so I have a bunch of my theatre posters of shows I've been in as well as a bunch of plants around my turtle.
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>>12621954
vornado kunt
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>>12614943
reverse image search it, it's a really dope book
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>>12621970
ty daddy, not perfect but def much better than most of what I had seen.
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>>12621954
Dyson's Bladeless Fans.
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>>12622033
I thiNK you mean, the DYSON AIR blaijde?
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>>12619553
Disgusting. Sorry, anon :(
Honestly, if you show your landlord a reasonable neutral color you'd prefer and promise to use whatever painter he hired, he'll probably be fine with it.
In my experience, the no paint rules are mostly to prevent stoners from ruining the floors and baseboards with their bright blue shite. If you make the case that you care about the property and that it won't cost the landlord time or money, he'll be reasonable.
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>>12619553
I feel you anon the place I'm moving into has weird beige walls. Almost orange-y. At least it has dark wood trim that makes it look more fitting.

>>12614429
love the art in this
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>>12612538
fucking kek
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>>12617698
hang mirrors on opposite walls to make the space look bigger and add light
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>>12610857
>>12610798
i just can't imagine this

that one time you actually manage to lure some woman out of a bar/ party with that sweet sweet scent of yours you manage to not break off your key at the door again and you both enter the room and you say "yes please come climb one hundred steps into my sky castle now"
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>>12611329
"The floor is so clean you could eat from it! No really haha"

>>12616943
watch me accidenally walk on the kitchen table and fucking break it off
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>>12611332
check out my living room grow op which i can maintain in secret thanks to my house not having any windows whatsoever
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>>12622499
Don't take this the wrong way but you should take it easy bro :/
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>>12611362
fucking nice

it's bad feng chui to sleep under an angled ceiling though.

>>12619366
nice cat
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>>12611359
>putting your shoes on a 10ft high shelf
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>>12622504
i would murder the person living in this house by making a hole in the top and slowly filling it with water that i brought - the perfect crime

>>12622543
personally i like to put my shoes in the fridge
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>>12622543
>police officer: "looks like the retard on market street kept the tap running over night and drowned inside his hermetically sealed cube home"

woah
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>>12622577
>seems like he tried to keep the world out but ultimatelly what got him was inside his freestanding concrete bunker all along... put this one in the archive ted
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>>12613923
>framed poster on the floor
Why do dumbasses do this?
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>>12622611
because you can't fucking lean it against the wall if it's just a floppy peace of paper?
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>>12622611
Could you please chill? You are ruining the comfy thread.
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>>12622616
lol

>>12622624
Could you please stop being a faggot?
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>>12611761
What imac is that ? Are you a designer or artist or something ?
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>>12612304
That window seems very effective in keeping things out, like bad weather or cold.
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>>12619981
Are you TPAI from germany?
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>>12623318
why would you think that? that looks more like an apple monitor from 2008 ish
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>>12614283
what mag is this from?
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What should I do with my walls? They're perfectly white with no visible texture pattern or anything.
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>>12623612
why did you post this? either paint them of get vapid furniture
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Thanks for the inspo guys
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>>12611332
Love it.
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>>12623612
>perfect pie
>perfect gf
>perfect house

give me one fucking reason not to end it all
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>>12620242
I keep thinking this

By the time you're old enough to afford some of these designed houses you won't give a shit about ladders, swings, balconies etc
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>>12615968
Wow. That was an extremely autistic post
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>>12619497
Daamn I would fucking kill to have that view
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>>12623787
ladders and shit arent what id call good design in the first place. at this point the only way to have a house is 3rd world land purchases. i was thinking of buying some in south africa and waiting for crime to go down.
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>>12623842
joke
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If you want inspo, then you gotta stop posting that anemic shit from magazines and websites. It's all looking show room staged, artificial and just Pottery Barn tier.

You want real decor inspo, look in the movie scenes.

https://youtu.be/z1dTQh5RST0
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>>12623939
inspiro is about extremities you can draw from, not pure replication
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>>12623318
it's just a cinema display, I'm a photographer but poor so I can't afford nice things
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>>12624166
yet you waste money on a macbook...
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>>12615243

it depends where. they all look like older buildings that were pretty interesting to begin with that were then refurbished and decorated really nicely. You'd almost only find them in / around urban areas or maybe in suburbs where they still have in-tact housing stock from the 30's-50's that you can gut and then refurbish. It honestly depends where you're looking. A place like this in LA, NYC, London, other big global cities would cost an absolute fortune, most likely, especially if its already refurbished and really nice. You could probably find a run-down warehouse loft to fix up in places like Providence, Buffalo, etc. for really cheap and at a somewhat reasonable price in cheap-ish cities like Philly or something. Its just hard to find places that have the bones to be made into something nice like this. The house itself has to already have character. The reason why you can't make this in a typical middle class american suburb is all the housing stock in those areas is generally pretty ugly / uninteresting or brand new and really tacky. There'll likely be a few rare gems capable of being made into something cool like this in most areas with older housing stock, generally speaking. However, you need to have the money to refurbish them and the know-how to actually make the property look nice and not like a property-brothers-ass house flip.
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I need a new shelf for my room, any reccomendations?
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>>12623318

dude that's shameful.
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>>12612793
I remember going there and not being able to see shit because his whole house is fucking white and the sun was beaming down like there was no tomorrow. Fuck that guy.
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>>12624649
Personally I like wall shelves best, which are inexpensive at Ikea
Otherwise it depends on if you're looking for something more like a bookcase/cabinet/etc.
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>moving into new place in August
>much cheaper than old old place
>pic related is the floor plan
>basement level, hardwood floor, one door leads directly outside, the other to the stairway and bathroom
>7 foot ceiling
>no closet, areas marked with closet doors contain water heater and other utility functions
Any advice for making this place /fa/? I can't fit much besides my double bed, I'll probably put a wardrobe between the bedroom and bathroom
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>>12625127
oh and there is more apartment above this, but this is MY area.
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>>12625127
>>12625167
where is the kitchen
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>>12625239
Upstairs. Its a three story apartment, My basement bedroom/bathroom, the kitchen and small living room on the middle floor, and upstairs is the other bedroom and bathroom.
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95% of these are unfeasible for a multitude of reasons. any realistic inspo?
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>>12611853
No bedroom is complete without a proto-trap
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>>12620156
Personally, I think that the bedroom furnishings and shelving are a bit too stark and modern for so much naturalism. I guess it comes down to design philosophy but for me that landscape evokes timber and plaid and literature, not hotel furniture and minimalism.
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>>12622033
Those things are so fucking expensive. I have the money for them but I just can't pull the trigger.
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>>12623756
She has the physique of a male lead singer of a hardcore band. She is also a fucking weirdo. Plus the "soft contemporary" kitchen with subway tiles is basic as fuck. You can do better, anon
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>>12625309
they look like shit
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>>12611649
you can expect enough common sense to not step on the part where there are foods and stuff
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>>12625496
i hope the dust and debris got the memo too
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>>12620240
can a blessed anon point me to those lamps? the hanging one specifically?
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>>12625500
in case they haven't, you can always get up and sweep the place you eat at. thinking about it, having your floor be part table is practical as fuck.
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>>12625582
yes, i imagine sweeping the table before every meal to be "practical as fuck". so practical to serve people at, get in and out and so practical to put several dishes on (to get squat reps)
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>>12625594
you're a little nit picker aren't you. look it's not that hard keeping your shit clean if you use it on a regular basis. if dust is that big of a problem in your household maybe have less rugs around, my friend
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>>12625639
thats not nit picking, its a sanitary concern. if youre living on the same plane you eat off dust, hair, animal hair, insects etc are going to go on it with ease.
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>>12625660
fair enough. i'd probably just have one of these tiny automatic vacuum cleaners patrol the immediate area x)
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>>12625667
could work, though they have certain privacy issues.
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>>12625127
mattress on floor, put a lot of plants near the window.

There's not much space so make sure you don't have much stuff, and put some shelves in that one nook in the NW.




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