Stuff you'd love to have in your dream home/interior design thread.
Bedroom water slide!
And a swimming pool corridor ceiling like this, but with more glass.
And this, a high ceiling modern bedroom with a shower.
The nesting instinct is strong in these betaspies.
I would shit myself before reaching the actual toilet if I ever entered this room. But if I were on the toilet I would be both feeling uncomfortable and fascinated. This shit is deep.
I've no idea what you're talking about...
Table with three 91/30s, oil, clip pouches.
Also, probably this, or perhaps an even cooler hidden door.
I'd probably do something of this sort. I'm boring, what can I tell you.
If I ever get a place of my own that's what I'm doing regardless of money, full on minimalism, all white.
No need to escape when your would be killer is enchanted by your AMETHYST GEODE SINK
interior designer fag reporting in
this picture is not from me, but it shows the kind of design of a shower i installed recently at a clients house
A kitchen like this, perhaps?
Apparently since it's not glass or stone etc, it's very easy to clean with sprays and water blasts.
Oh, and something like this Wikileaks bunker.
Did it cost much?
How much roughly would it cost to have this sort of stuff, if you don't mind me asking?
It's neat lookin, but like >>559653358 points out, not very functional. That better be distilled water coming out of that tap.
WOuld rather have something like this.
How fucking Nauvo Riche do you have to hire a fucking interior designer?!
Something that gorgeous must have an exterior like this
the installation i did was roughly about 38 k $ for the client
the thing is, that you cannot say just by looking at a picture, what it cost (there are a lot of factors going in, for example, where you get the marble / what kind of wood and so on) there is a lot of fake stuff out there, for example that looks like marble, but costs just a friction of the cost and so on
I really like that kind of stuff, that shiny metal mixed with white. Rich people shit though.
It is rich people shit, but if you earn it, it's yours and no one can say fuck all.
It can actually be done with some species, but will never be done as it's unpractical.
>Stuff you'd love to have in your dream home/interior
i'm pretty stoned but i thought that was a toilet at first
Eh, I'd rather spend it on other stuff. You can get stuff amazingly cheap on sales, especially if it's crap that's not expensive to manufacture, like things I like.
If I had a mansion, I would have the foyer be a replica of the Grand staircase found on the Olympic class Liners.
If you think that's bad. Imagine seeing this when stoned
>mfw my friend makes these for a living in NC
Nice. I've been looking at a bunch of those tables on Google. Don't know why they're all Mosin Nagants. I mean they're decent rifles, but why not build a similar table with a Garand or something?
here another thing i installed at a clients house (the photo shows roughly the concept, of what i did / i used a lightly different design of the open fireplace, marble for the bystander and i surrounded the bathtub with a small strip of milk glass that i illuminated with LEDs)
because nuggets are cheap as fuck. using garands would be a waste
They don't do anything to the rifles, do they? I thought the table was just a place to keep them, a classier version of putting them in a safe.
Nuggets are cheap though, so I guess it's easier to get three of them over three Garands or Enfields or something
Student drafter here, going to be dumping some stuff from my reference folder.
I want this entire house.
Looks more like a commercial building, bu tI'm not sure really, haven't looked up the background on most of these images, just get them for ideas when I'm designing places.
Really cool nonetheless
Indeed, is that a front door? Looks fucking bad ass, saving for sure.
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It is indeed, it's the entrance to >>559659458
Here's another quite futuristic design that I like.
Penthouse at 250 West Street, New York City.
It's a public library, so people can come and read books...
Wouldn't mind working in this office
> mfw this dream housing starts at € 1 million if you accept trade offs and goes far over 5 million with an open end
> mfw even if you can save 1000€ a month for 40 years you only have 480k
> mfw you can save shocking 2k a month for 40 years, and haven't even reached the first million
> mfw you want your fucking house before you turned 60 years old
> mfw those figures are all extremely unrealistic unless you become really successful
> mfw you are not build for extreme success
Thats not Wikileaks bunker...
Thats Bahnhof's datacenter, Bahnhof is an ISP here in Sweden, the best ISP ever. They did, however, host a tunnel-server for Wikileaks in this datacenter.
Ive been there, I live right next to it.
Ah so it is, I didn't like that movie very much to be honest
I believe the idea is that the TV swivels so you can watch it from bed or while at the table (or on the toilet if that's your thing) but it's not very well illustrated.
Because you could buy a crate full of those rifles (20) for like two grand and get a bitchin' table out of it as a bonus. Formerly a crate of them cost even less than that.
Couldn't find a good angle of the entire room. And yeah the 3d rendered version lacks the wall couch, that is a big oversight.
Yeah that is true, I liked the idea of the story, just never been a fan of Tom Cruise and felt it had too many un-needed twists.
My wife would hate it. but i want one of these.
Toughened glass can resist hail, glass in roofs isn't something new, they have developed it to resist impact.
Who is shooting at your house in the middle of nowhere? and how is it any less damaging to shoot at any other kind of house?
You think the person that lives in a place like that actually showers?
>have sex dungeon
>No one to tie up
Yeah, don't get me wrong an all glass house is a stupid idea, especially in a place where it snows, it's just a cool picture.
Looks like a cool neighbourhood. I'd fuck your house.
It's a loft, there is probably a small walled off area that has the bathroom and such in it that isn't pictured there, they are usually pretty massive.
That type of glass is super expensive though, I couldn't imagine the cost of building a whole house out of it
I've always loved the mix of old wood and iron with modern touches.
>Tv faces no where
>Who wants to shit right next to where they cook?
>No desk space to work at
and the cardinal sin
>Door opens into the room, trapping you in that little cubical space, so you have to close the door to get round it and into the room...
I never like the "rustic" or old wood look. I always assume it's going to break/fall apart.
>ideal bedroom (with different décor)
i like how open modern designs are and yeah the only alternative is one way glass
Don't really have a lot of pics. That's why i got one from google.
I have guys working on the deck and some stuff inside so right now it would just look like a construction site.
I'll agree with the front door problem, it should swing the other way, the TV problem has already been explained, it swivels, when you're designing for a tiny living space like that shitting near where you cook can't be avoided, not to mention it's not like there isn't a wall in the way, the door doesn't open to the kitchen area or anything, not everyone needs desk space to work on, this place was obviously designed for someone who doesn't need it. If you think you can do better with the same square meterage then you go ahead and try it, it's not as easy as it looks.
make the place the tv sits on all the way to were the floor tiling begins and you got yourself a dedicated desk. but honestly I don't see the problem, I'd just use the dining table, I kinda do already.
True, as an excercise in maximsing space it's pretty impressive and compact. It certainly compromises well. I just wouldn't particularly want to live there.
Having said that i'm not a fan of studio apartments so i'm slightly biased.
I was thinking rim jobs but that works to.
Yeah that's fair enough, there are two types of people, I would love a tiny place like that, but most people love to have space.
That feel when no tree in bathroom.
that's one of my favorit things I would love to have, a bathroom that could be taken for a private garden.
I'd actually be totally ok with having the odd leaf fall into my bathwater.
Can't promise that over the years as my hermit nature got the better of i wouldn't start talking to the tree though..
I always love these threads, saves me having to look up this kind of stuff on my own
And when it opens, a wild James Hetfield appears
The glass itself has a thin sheet of crystal inside it that reacts to an electric current.
When a current is passed through it, the crystals expand and "frost" over.
When it's turned off, it goes back to being clear.
expensive house, small TV
small TV and listening to tinny stereo TV speakers.
WHERE IS the proper sound systems?
....oh thats right. Its all for show, not function.
Too much clutter... too much dust magents.... too much fluff.
Holy fuck, 38k $ is more than all my furniture (including windows, bathroom, toilet), all interior materials (wallpaper, paint, tiles), my bicycle, clothes, PC and its peripherals - all of this - combined.