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Houses aren't really expensive. It's the land it's on that determines it's price. If your goal is to have a house like these it's achievable even with a normal middle class salary depending obviously on where you buy the lot.
If that's what you think I feel bad for you. But, it doesn't have to be a shit hole. It just has to be out of the normal areas. Developing neighborhoods, newly zoned buildings, proposed developments, etc. Real estate investors exist for a raisin they prospect the same things we can. Time to accept that being in downtown doesn't mean you are somebody or part of anything and embrace suburban life.
we're getting sidetracked here ppl
post more inspo
>Tfw taking a shit
>Tfw getting changed
>Tfw trying to convince a girl to have sex with you in there
>Tfw burglars scoping out all your posessions
>Tfw maniacs smash out the windows, come in and murder you too far in the woods to be found for days
>Tfw scared of heights and being on the third story looking down
>Tfw people who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones
>tfw no small comfy cluttered flat in an old building in the heart of some European city to play trumpet all day, listen to depressing music at night thinking about the girl you'll never be with and eventually kill yourself in
Might as well contribute while I listen to some obscure /mu/ recommended album.
Rooms like this give me so many feels, you'll never own them ;_;
>tfw i really like minimalist stuff, but also cozy stuff, which is usually the opposite
I feel the same.
I like a lot of stuff, stuff that often contradicts the other.
So many aesthetic bathtubs in my files.
The fuck is wrong with me.
I try to reply to my last post but somehow I manage to hit the one below all the time.
>Mfw I realize this is a inspo thread and not a fap thread over aesthetic interiors/exteriors
Artist pls go.
Pretty much all post worthy I have.
Nice thread, saved most.
what color should I paint my walls if I'm going to be putting wood flooring in my room? Right now I have white walls and nasty green carpet.
pic related, floor color
>tfw I live in a small comfy cluttered flat in an old building in the heart of some French city, I do not play trumpet all day nor listen to depressing music at night because I am with the girl I was once just thinking about.
I did it /fa/.
Those colors and lighting are amazing.
That clash of (what looks like) concrete and greenery is the kind of thing I've always loved. The industrial parks here in some of the more affluent parts of CA hit that note really well I feel.
I think the best combination is traditional european apartments with minimalist interior, like pic related
nice! This is actually something most of us common plebs can achieve.
Have sum moar
my parents house is so fucking nice. not even in in that they're rich or that it's a big place. only realized this when i moved out. all the pieces follow a theme and theyve been collecting shit since they married 20+ years ago.
their place doens't touch my gay uncles cottage though. so fucking comfy.
To me The Gamble House in Pasadena is probably the most beautiful house. I really like the attention to craftsmanship of the Arts and Crafts movement. Greene and Greene take it to the next level here.
Don't feel to bad. Rick's house has a similar aesthetic.
your interest in architecture has always been shallow and basic af, and your lack of knowledge consistently shows itself through your taste. case in point- what you've posted in this thread...
get off 4chan and archdaily and read a fucking book
Oh dear lord... This is why I've learned to be as inoffensive and as humble as possible on the web when posting pics of myself, people on the web are WRECKING BALLS waiting to smash.
Promised some updates about my apartment in the last Interior design thread.
Still work in progress; waiting for furniture to arrive.
Picture is unedited, mood lighting from philips hue.
How do you guys feel about brutalism? I used to think it was too cold and unwelcoming, but now I kind of like that. I'll dump some examples
Bonus points if you can guess the movie im thinking of that was shot here.
>Arts and Crafts Movement
You have to visit the Barbican Estate. Entering through its brut concrete ramps and walking between the grey shadows cast by the proud columns that line its innumerable high walkways, you come expecting a dreary apartment estate- but you hear soon the sound of trickling water and children's laughter, and lo! in the centre of the labyrinthine corridors sits a core of green, a lake with a waterfall and an ancient church lies on the ground floor, encircled by parks, the library, museum and the Arts centre with its lively events schedule.
Truly an understated masterpiece which you have to experience in person.
It did just that. It became a popular style focusing on design, craft, and functional beauty that has endured to this day. The only delusion is you implying that the movement sought the complete cessation of industrial progress.
really cool, thanks for sharing m8. I looked it up on wikipedia and found another cool shot of it.
>Lift your skinny fists like antennas to heaven
I really liked it tbh
This looks like a screencap of some deep art film. Just this room intercut with shots of a crying baby and some ominous music in the background, then in the next scene a guy kills a goat with a hammer and it was all a metaphor for becoming an adult or something.
that structural beam is so blatant
architecture is art, and engineering
that beam represents engineering at it's least inspired, it defies the ergonomics of the room and provides nothing.
if there's anything wrong with that room, it is that fucking beam. if you can finance it's removal, do so, if not, try to alter it's aesthetic form, and if you can't do that, you'll have to add something else to the room for juxtaposition.
aside from that, it's a white room with a gleamingly industrial floor. can you work with that industrial feel, or can you contrast it with a warm rug? you have to do something. the way the mood light reflects the shape of the TV onto it is garish.
the legs of your chairs are wooden, there's rustic in that. you can do a rustic/industrial mashup, easy to do but hard to do well, but to the non-discerning eye it'll look nice in any case.
Thanks for the insightful feedback. The beam also bugs me, but can't do anything about it as i am renting this place. Changing its form might be a good idea. As for adding warmth, i'm adding a big coach in there and probably a fuzzy rug.