I'm moving to a flat with a view to the sea. Give me your best minimalist interior inspo pls
Only buying used and Ikea-tier because poorfag student
Since OP is a faggot and I am just laying in my bed reluctant to get up again I will post some inspo.
Bought this yesterday for my room. It's 70"*40"
can't tell if it'll work in your space without seeing the room, but it is a nice painting.
have you seen nice rothko prints IRL? just curious because i was thinking of getting one but so much of his work is about the texture of the paint and i'm not sure it's going to translate to a flat print at actual size.
Anyone else got some room inspo that's not exactly minimalist?
It looks nice but I strongly prefer a cozy/comfy feel.
>folder is still in developmental stages
>only have 1 chair in my apartment
>friend comes over
>has to sit on my bed
>he assumes i was trying to seduce him
>starts trying to kiss me and shit
>have to tell him i'm not gay
living with a true minimalist interior was bloody annoying. there's so much shit we really need day-to-day to actually do anything. life's too short to try to tuck it all out of sight every five minutes.
This guy gets it.
What better wa to express your personality than a home adorned full of the things that define you.
Minimalism is clean and comfy is real.
It's more than just trying to show off to everone who enters your home.
It's a lifestyle choice. Personal I like having mementos or souvenirs of my daily adventures even if it's just small. I like looking at my things and remembering the people I was with and how fun or stressful or how we all felt that day.
There is a strong difference between a neatly filled house and shit like>>8792890
I think that's how alot of minimalists see us.
Well you don't just get things for the sake of having them. Well at least i don't.
Everything has a purpose or has affected your life in some way.
I have a smashed surfboard from when me and my friends went surfing in Hawaii and i tackled a wave that drove me into some rocks. Spent two months in the hospital for it lol
That's not the thing.
Stuff in the open instead of having it behind a door, it's only collecting dust. Why would you do that?
Plus, it's confusing, so much shit you aren't using atm but it's right in your face.
That's why I like boxes and lockers, and special rooms for stuff.
I don't see any purpose in decorating your room by placing a vacuum cleaner in the middle of it.
>I don't see any purpose in decorating your room by placing a vacuum cleaner in the middle of it.
yes because people do exactly that
it's just that no one wants to dig through tons of boxes just to find that one thing to reminisce about
>it's just that no one wants to dig through tons of boxes just to find that one thing to reminisce about
and they want to dig through them to find the vacuum cleaner every day even less. sometimes practicality comes before aesthetics.
it's mostly a nostalgia thing for me. It's not just random objects it's things I've had experiances with and sometimes I like to reflect on that.
And that's hardly a fair comparison.
I find it hard to think someone can develop experiences and form a bond with a vacuum cleaner. Much less keep it planted in the middle of the room. That's just silly. I keep my board hung up on the wall in my living room.
I almost died with that board and it probable saved my life so i feel attached to it.
Do you get what I'm saving?
When i had a carpeted apartment a few years ago I just kept in in a closet. It was fairly compact any way.
Everything has an order to it man. You just gotta find a way to balance it.
I do understand that people have different concepts. I personally don't like it, I think it's weight you don't need.
The perfect solution to me are slidable walls and when you open them you have the things in the open.
What if someone really special bought you that vacuum cleaner?
I don't think it's silly.
>Why do you need all that stuff seriously? Why on earth do you have to show it to fucking everybody who visits you?
We are getting to the bottom of it.
You want to hide your personnality to others, you want to hide it from mom and dad, because that's your own secret world.
>tldr: ikea minimalism is for 15 years olds
Well with 7 billion people everyone is going to have different life experiences.
Compare it to my surfboard half of it is missing or in pieces so I can't use it. I turned it into a decoration that helps tell part of my life story.
A vacuum on the other hand is functioning and It's hard to develop a connection with something that can fulfill it's purpose without causing a major story.
The board lost it's purpose and i gave it a new one.
Decoration is all about expresion. If you want to express your straightforwardness than minimalism is for you.
I want to express my stories and events in my life with those in my home. That's why i opt for a style that seems cluttered compared to yours but is actually comfy.
I don't just throw tings everywhere without reason like it's clean and easy to get around. ou just have a nice view while you do it haha.
>“When the Japanese mend broken objects they aggrandize the damage by filling the cracks with gold, because they believe that when something’s suffered damage and has a history it becomes more beautiful.” – Barbara Bloom
+ happy hacking keyboard
+ shimapan cup
+ kiwi fruit
- windows 8
- all that ugliness going on in the left corner
- ugly monitor
- mismatched wall color
- scuffed up, ugly desk
- picture quality
9/10 its ok
That's a really cool idea. My board is primarily black so it might be a decent contrast. I don't have all the pieces though and deff won't have enough money to pay for the amount of gold I'd need to plug the holes.
But yeah the concept of keepsakes and memories spurred by objects is universal.
I'm sure whoever owns this put it together over time. You don't buy fits all at once you build them over time. Same with decoration for non minimalists.
I agree it is probably a safety hazard personally I would put some sliding glass to protect me from falling books and to protect them from moisture exposure and whatnot.
It's apart of the aesthetic I guess.
If I desgined it would conceal the whole area with a sturdy balcony and access would be through a trap door type thing. It's boost how clean the room looks and adds max comfyness to that reading nook.
Especially for the upcoming F/W
Perfect for some netflix and cocoa with a loved one.
I love rooms like these.
yeah that one is a remodeled attic. It's almost my best pickup from this board
When I was 18 I was still at home and i kept quite a bit of the furniture I shared with my little brother like I had fucking supermario curtains for a while.
Interior design is all about tell your story.
>yfw frog is masochist and is having best orgasm ever
I can't think of where I want to live. I was thinking Montreal.
I don't know how to make it work though. how does closet space work with two gfs
We want to just get a 1 bedroom flat but I feel three residents might get kindof cramped. Should we just rent a house or something?
also; who makes good furniture? I like two different styles. Western Rustic and the design Ivy League colleges have. with brick, and wood and white marble colored.
how you organize things.
make sure you have lots of shelves. perferrably full wall shelves. or book cases. really plan on where you'll actually put this shit. otherwise it will just look cluttered
Cant do shit if you cant move
>If a nostalgic piece
Like my surfboard It holds powerful memories for me. I hung it up nice and neat with the smaller pieces surrounding it. I incorporated it into the room. It's not just laying around on the floor. It brings up man memories as well about a great time in m life so it warrants being displayed in my home.
This guy is right too. Organization is very important.
w2c good quality white bedsheets?
does anyone have any experience with that kind of stuff?
may dump some stuff that has probably been posted before but whatever
the amount of dust these shelves would accumulate bothers me
obligatory image of an eames chair and i'm out
Fuck this shieet, moot, we need architecture board!!
well, there are few other boards that are useless...
...I demand architecture!
True yet most are shitty containment boards and I've never seen anon complain about Architecture/Interior Design
Just spread the love and soon maybe /fa/ culture will expand to include this.
>I support it
Sure thing mate...
I'm about to buy this old desk on eBay for 160€,
The West also slaughter herds of chicken's to make you addicted to trans-fats for a capitalistic industry that is completely not beneficial to humanity in any way at all. Enjoy your Happy Meal.
...this board can have architecture general, architecture of each country, interior design/inspo, architecture from games, movies etc, general discussion about architects and history, personal architecture portfolios, live construction updates, etc, etc....
i can only imagine the dpi on that mouse
the keyboard and mouse make me want to throw up
like i am literally physically sick
i dont know if its the comp sci major in me or the awp'er in me but i really want to come to your house and give you a real mouse
4chan has really become a bitch to use. When did they introduce the 60s wait between image posts?
my room. I recently turned my desk around to face the door. I'm considering switching the sofa out for an armchair and reading lamp.
That's a CST1050 (note: it's a trackball not a mouse) and a HHKB pro 2.
The trackball has 800dpi but very high linear acceleration. I don't use that anymore I changed to a 1600dpi CST 2545-5W but sadly it's not beige so it needs some modding.
I do have a G9x which is one of the better mice out there (but some will complain the sensor is imperfect, I'm sure). I also have an intuos that I used for dota and SC2 for a while until I decided that it's just as easy to use trackball so I could save some space.
If you don't know about companies like CST or Topre you should go check them out.
makes the tea extra tasty
dont be so ridiculous anon. That would be dumb.
Its nice though. we go traveling and skiing and shit together. She has a friend to go shopping with because I barely know about womens fashion. We're just waiting to finish our masters degrees before moving into a new home
I have barely any physical things which would relate to my personality. Nowadays we can keep books, films, and any sort of data which would be part of a hobby digitally.
I don't have my parents over, and don't care what they think about anything, but I don't feel a need to broadcast everything about myself through possessions. I just want to enjoy them, and the most convenient way I can do that is by being as simple as possible and condensing them down to their essentials.
Really, it would be more of the mentality of a fifteen year old to collect and clutter their rooms with a bunch of edgy shit, and be as openly rebellious against their parents as possible.
>I don't have my parents over, and don't care what they think about anything,
> it would be more of the mentality of a fifteen year old to collect and clutter their rooms with a bunch of edgy shit, and be as openly rebellious against their parents as possible.
>Those 60's retro-future chimneys
Goddamn I love those. Not sure it fits the rest of the house, though. Actually, don't think most of the furniture fits the natural wood look of the house.
man, i was in a such relationship
turned out bad for me
one of the girls got cool on me, and was giving more affection to the other girl while i grew cold on other girl. other girl rly loved us both. hardest relationship to end... for months after it was over i felt bad
hope that shit doesnt happen to you man
where are these sexy ass apartments, and how much do they cost all the apartments in my area suck ass.
>Is living in Japan the only way to get a room like that?
More or less.
Slightly related, but I think tatami is a pretty cool concept for living spaces. I wonder how it actually works out for them.
There aren't many photos that can make me stop what I'm doing to give that "approved" look. That's a nice photo.
Comfy and beautiful. I'd love this, but mainly because of nostalgia. That reminds me of the Christmas cabin that my entire family and I would drive for ten hours to spend a night with all of my cousins and family. We'd all sleep in the loft and my cousins would wake up early so we could sneak outside and run around outside. It looked so much like that. West Virginia was beautiful.
Holy fuck, sorry.
That view makes me think it's the only tall building for miles and I hate buildings like that. The room's nice, it seems like something very nice to wake up to. The bike over your head is the first thing I noticed but I won't say anything because a couple others have already. The hardwood is really awesome, I don't think the room would feel nearly as welcoming and calm with carpet. The bed looks uncomfortable as fuck though.
As an Australian poster, I think I came from how beautiful this looks with the snow.
>mfw I will never ever be able to have a view like this unless I pay $1.2mil for a house in the ski resort
>that feel when live in beautiful coastal city
>warm sun on your skin year round
>constant gentle salty breeze
>walking/riding around the harbour
>apartment with harbour view
>can hear ships horns as they come and go
we made it
I need some help regarding lightning. Moving into a new place at the end of the month ish. Place is built in the 19th century and still has a lot of the original ceiling decorations, which i like. However it comes with those neo classical awfull chandeliers. Any suggestions what to replace them with?
Don't have a lot of stuff yet for the rest of the home other than an Eames wire chair, Breuer S285 desk and Wassily chair. So it's still a rather blank canvas.
I'd venture a real chandelier? Seriously, if you find a decent period chandelier then you have the centrepiece of the room
That place looks absolutely gorgeous btw, do you have any more pictures?
If you are not afraid of work and willing to put some money into it aswell, get rid of the ceiling lamps.
In my opinion it is way better to have lamps on the walls (one/two on each wall, depending on the cut of the room).
+ indirect/better illumination of the room
+ you are not commited to the location of your table/ etc.
+ no headbumping when you rearange your stuff
I see where you are getting at but i rather prevent doing any sorts of electrical work, and it's either or have wires running up the wall everywhere.
Idk man. Chandeliers feel kinda old fashioned and pompous. Was thinking more something like this?
Got a few pics but all from the real estate agency pre renovation. Going to take new ones myself when everything is done.
Boeiuh wat die piemel met wikipedia zegt, als je anaal gaat miereneuken is het zelfs niet de B3, maar de Klubsessel B.3. >>8801657 is dus gewoon een bitch met zijn "my first design" boekje van Taschen.
Knoll is in dit geval geeneens origineel te noemen dat zijn enkel de niet in serie vervaardigde Standard Möbel of Thonet's met stofbespanning uit de 20's/30's. Maar die zijn extreem zeldzaam, ik heb zelf ook maar Gavina's uit de 60's staan.
A large Louis Poulsen Artichoke would work well in that spot with the old ornate ceiling, it's a bit predictable (and expensive) but a good option nonetheless.
Marvelous, sadly way too rich for my blood. But i do see how such intricate features would go with the ceiling. Perhaps just a bright colour might do the same thing against a mostly white and starck interior. Thanks for the info mate.
I was expecting that, my next suggestion would be something from Ingo Maurer but he is even more of a jew. So next suggestion, for ~ 2500 euroshekkels, a tribute to Ingo from Ron Gilad for Moooi (Voor de rest is die Marcel Wanders firma kut) called: "Dear Ingo".
It's massive and with your ceiling height you can get away with it, black industrialism to clash with your ceiling.
If you go with a colourful thing it would have to be very simple and absolutely pop. Can end up looking cheesy or good.
>active content for 4chan
A 1 TB enterprise HDD is $150. Assuming it's in RAID so you have two or three drives concurrently backing up the content: $300 - $450. I can't even buy that acrnm beanie with that, so it's definitely possible. We just need to nag on our overlord to create it.
The point of polyromantic relationships is that you have to balance it for it to work. If one person feels left out it's going to end badly.
This is like the "who's the man in the relationship?" question commonly asked to lesbians that pisses them off so much lel
>Give me your best minimalist interior inspo pls
go warehouse life man
>tfw I will never have a concrete walled industrial open plan photostudio/apartment
>tfw I will never be /fit/
>tfw I will never see, speak or hear from my ex again
>tfw I love nobody but her
>tfw I can't into /fa/
>tfw photography business is so slow
>tfw when I fucked up A-levels giving me no chance at studying architecture in Uni.
Too many nice structures in this thread.
I know that feel man but
Fucking put your photography out there
Hit the gym a few times a week
Get over your ex, I know that it's really fucking hard but you gotta move on man
Motivate yourself to make enough money to become /fa/ and have a >minimalist concrete walled industrial studio apartment
you can do it man, just try.