Home Décor General Anonymous 928
Post home décor inspirations, furnishings, ornamentations, style advice & tips, storage ideas, colour coordination, or post/share your personal décor ITT!
Dumping some stuff that I've pinned from Pintrest. Unfortunately I think a lot of it is quite lo-res, but hopefully you can get the idea.
There's an empty fireplace in the bedroom of my new apartment, so I think I'm going to do this, except paint the logs white since the fireplace is black.
Great bathroom storage idea for those with a smaller home (gonna be taking advantage of this).
Only reason I saved this one is because I would have NEVER have thought of partioning off a bedroom using bookshelves like this, and it's great for those with minimal space.
Will be bookmaring this thread. I'm finally moving out of my parent's house, I'm so excited~
I wish I could decorate my whole house pink/gold/white, but my boyfriend would die.
I personally hate dark furniture, but I've managed to make due with some of it in my house because it's what my boyfriend prefers. Here's something cute with dark furniture.
Carts for storage. You can find cheap ones at Target.
Never thought i had a certain style, but after getting pinterest and started pinning home inspiration i realized i really like the "rusty fairy forest" aesthetic.
HMMMM YES, YES. This is my aesthetic!
I really love yellow in interior at the moment. Mostly surrounded with more neutral tones though. I've seen it in both modern and more rustic styling but pic related just really gets me GOING. I think it would be cute for a spare bedroom when I have my own house. Yellow is such a happy colour~
oh wow that bed! i would never leave that room
>tfw ull never be born into a rich family
Ikr? I love the built in wardrobe, too. That room is so nice.
After working cleaning houses for indians and pakistanis, one thing that I constantly see is a large home full of knicknacks collects lots of dust and spiderwebs, not to mention it makes it so much harder to clean. A small shack with two or three rooms is much better than a large sized home, let alone a room.
I really like the look of highly decorated spaces, but I agree: from a practical, every day perspective less is better.
Just noticed the dishwasher – I like how nicely it blends with the rest of the kitchen.
I really like the look of this bathroom, but in my personal life rugs in the bathroom gross me out.
Interesting mixture of modern minimalism and religious icons. haven't seen that before>>1027
Yeah that would be pretty disgusting
I was wondering if y'all might be able to give me some advice. I would like to redo my bedroom completely and was toying with the idea of having a short platform bed or a futon, but it's been difficult to find inspiration for adult bedrooms which don't feel too sterile or too weeby. Could you please share any room inspo you may have with this type of style? I'll post what I have so far.
This is interesting but not exactly the feel I'm going for.
This is the last one I have. I like the low bed and low bedside tables and that's it.
Just managed to get a second-hand 4-seater Duresta sofa on Gumtree (paid £275, RRP £2,556.99, STEAL). Didn't take me long after sending the money that I realised that the things's 240cms in length… there's no way I'm going to be able to get that down the hallway and round the corner that leads into the living room… it's gonna have to come in though the goddamn ground-floor window. I feel like muppet.
Great score! Once it's in place it'll be worth the hassle of getting it there.
>>anyone else like old-time libraries?
I don't even read much, but I'd love a miniature version of one of these in my house!
This guy has the best taste in home decor (if you like anything vintage, cozy and homey looking you should be interested) I have seen in YouTube so far + he himself is very interesting and has a great home diy's and vegan food recipes
New Harry Potter bedding from Pottery Barn Teen.
OMG thank you! Sabrina's room was awesome in a kind of weird way
I think ome homes have a fireplace for show with no chimney or the chimney has some problems so it is sometimes not worth the money to fix the chimney and therefore people rather put candles and things that are associated with fire so they have a sort of fireplace rather than just leaving it empty and ugly. I think it's a good idea but when people do it with a perfectly fine fireplace it doesn't make sense.
i don't think anyone who knows me in real life would guess that i'm obsessed with the archetypal twee anthropologie style. too bad this clusterfuck is fascinating to look at but is also 1.) expensive 2.) not suitable for people who do more than delicately sit and stand in their space 3.) impossible to maintain for someone as lazy as me. i'll stick to minimalism, but not because it's my preferred interior design style…
i just live for scandinavian interior. modern, minimalistic, but comfy and slightly rustic.