poster's note: go kill yourself if you have a black leather sofa
Feels bad having a shitty little room that hold a little of potantial but you have no fucking money.
>obviously not my room
this is a church
>tfw you will never have a place as fly as Eric's dad's in Master of None
yeah, it's pretty funny
I didn't mind it and idk if you will but there's some social justice stuff going on, it's not too obnoxious but it is there
my big complaint with the show is not being able to find Eric's top in this pic
>hating on plants
Former - now abandoned - industrial building. Noy in the city but ~30min drive away from the downtown area.
Just look for empty production facilities and buy 80 000 square feet of inconvenient motherfucker to renovate as an apartment for a price of an 1 bedroom 1 bath.
Also, an outdoor terrace for the thread.
My place. Trying for /fa/, but it's hard when you are poor.
I've lived, not in a capsule, but in a room of similar size for close to 3 years. At the start it feels nice and cozy, but over the time, as you get new stuff you run out of storage space really quickly, things get messy, shit starts piling up everywhere and it's really annoying to keep clean. Having more than 1 person over at a time is basically impossible.
You really don't want to live in a room like this. I only did it, as the rent at 100€/month was really fucking low.
If you have a bunch of $5500 chairs just sitting in storage, you are not considered poor.
Also it looks like the majority of the stock at an antique store down the road from me. I think everything needs a bit of pairing down. Less chairs, less random decor/crap on shelves. Otherwise it's nice.
It would be so amazing to live in that building...
You could make it really nice without splurging money.
The eames chairs are nice, but there's too much brown, colors and furniture, it makes the room look really cramped. I would stick to a palette of maximum 4 colours and remove some more furniture. Cut round objects. And arch lamps only work in huge rooms.
I bought them, the real ones, for $100 a piece. Some government office was clearing them out.
Computer chair was free. Former supplier gave it to me when their office closed.
When almost all of your furniture comes from the trash, Craigslist, or estate sales, you can't really be choosy.
It's Nagakin Capsule Tower in Tokyo. Pretty much the quintessential work of the Metabolism movement.
>millenniums old interior adornments used to bring the beauty of nature indoors
You should go outside or read a book. Just, like, stop posting.
Farnsworth House, 1930's modernism at its finest.
since this is an interior design thread, I'll ask you: what the name of this chair? or the creator? filename is just the name the imitator gave it btw
its not an eames but the structure of the legs is pretty clearly taken from their design. furniture designs have been copied to shit and back so you'll find iterations of this stuff everywhere
its not actually an eames, im saying the structure of the legs is a pretty clear copy of their designs. furniture designs are copied to shit and back and youll find iterations of stuff like this everywhere.
tfw don't own enough shit for this aesthetic
lmao gay af
he obviously still lives at home too
Find a picture/photo on Google, get the largest version with the highest resolution, and get it printed yourself at a store who can do postersize