You know, I actually do wish there were a fitting board for discussing / sharing ideas about decorating and comfy-fying your nest. As much as I love being /out/, it's great to have a neat place to return to.
Well /g/ battlestation theads demonstrate that a fair number of people here actually clean their shit up pretty nice
> autists, undercover SJWs, cvckolds, and underb&s?
Your vocabulary suggests you've been spending too much time on this site my friend. I am genuinely concerned for your well being
Precisely my point, my confounded comrade. Your indulgence in misapplied labels such as "cuckold" and "autist" implies that your time here has impaired your frame of mind. Do take care now
this is where I do my post-production work on my photos and recordings made while /out/. my pack and cambin geat is all in the closet mostly.
>that defensive response
Kek, found the faggot. Just because you like to take it up the ass you can't think that all the man are like you. Sorry anon, you can go take up the shitter now.
>mfw coming in from 5,5 hours of walking today
how do u stop water from dripping down all over your shit when u water the plants
Ho, god, this is my unavowable fetish.
I think I will post some of my /in/ porn.
Shhht, it does not matter when you are lain.
I think he posted that just because it's in-n-out, get it? get it anon?
No idea, but of you speak of the may it's done, it's just a reverse cantilevered (encorbellement)
the civilian conservation corps did some pretty neat vernacular work in /out/ places like state and national parks
>pic related; a lodge in a texas state park by the CCC
This house in Bolivia(?) was used in a James Bond movie.
>using books and large wooden decorations as additional insulation
It's an excellent idea.
dear mods, can /out/ have a designated comfy indoors thread?
>Also, humidity is what make the concrete age, so you don't want it to be directly exposed to the condensation.
humidity makes concrete stronger.
freeze-thaw cycles and chlorides (and sulfates) make concrete 'age'
I remember tiny house threads being quite common on both /out/ and /diy/ a few years ago.
Would be nice if /thg/ (tiny house general) became a thing imo.
>Select all images with a recreational vehicle (RV).
>I want my living space to be comfortable, functional, and aesthetically pleasing
>therefore I exclusively enjoy anal intercourse with other males
>get home after 6 hours of walking alone in the bush
>put on rainymood just to drown out my dipshit fucking room mate screaming at video games
>open this thread
>comfy, warm, beautiful materials, lighting and design
>melt into chair
feels good :)
Ohhh how quaint. And the trim really goes well with the ferns. The weathered siding really add to the rustic charm. The only thing I would MAYBE change is the tangerine coloured French doors. MAYBE. I'm not sure yet.
Make it / cabin general and you might have something. It would be a breath of fresh air compared to the MGTOW, knife, gear, b.o.b threads that have infected /out/ and brought down the overall quality of this board. I'm not much of a leader so I won't make the thread but I won't be opposed if someone else does ;)
That looks very cheap desu. A concrete floor is not very confy and the wood looks almost like they used sterling boards. Also, the ceiling is way to high, the room will be a bitch to heat in winter. 5/10 for effort.
my old folks have this little house in their backyard.
it is nothing special, just a 3 room set-up house with a little sleeping attic.
it is nice and comfy for reading or sleeping on rainy summer days.
Anyone else annoyed by the /r9k/ "comfy" meme that's drifted through to the other boards? It reeks of domesticated tendencies. I appreciate a good dwelling as much as the next person, but can't stand to be indoors for more than a few hours at a time.
yeah, i think its the one.
We built it 15 years ago and we could decide whether we wanted the door of the smallest room to go outside or inside.
You can get it for 5k€ with a simpler roof.
you just put cement on the ground, you get the material and then you build it after an instruction.
big room is 13,79 m2 or 148 squarefeet
smaller room is 4,7 m2 or 50 sqf
smallest room is 3,15 m2 or 33,9 sqf
and the attic is 8 m2 or 86 sqf but only 1m max. in height
so all in all it is 29,64 m2 or 320 squarefeet.
FYI, I live in SWFL and we have shit-tons of Culver's all over on the gulf side.