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No. 109507

The last thread of this is a year old, SO, NEW THREAD! Post your room inspos/ideas/decor

Selfposting welcome

No. 109508

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No. 109509

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No. 109510

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>>109509
this is so much ridiculous target crap, anon… you guys would like stuff like this, no offense.

i hate that in all of these aesthetic shabby chic room photos they have to cram as much bric a brac into them as physically possible. it's the biggest boner killer. it makes me nauseous. pic related is cute and perfect in terms of color/accents and the overall ethereal feel, but it's completely fucking ruined by the fact that they've shoved a stupid, useless roman pedestal in a 2x2 room, and have strewn vaguely cream colored garbage everywhere. i don't know why weirdos online with all this cash can't master shabby chic without filling every square inch of space with what are effectively $15 tj maxx birdcages and stupid misplaced teapots everywhere

No. 109511

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old interiors lifted from tumblr

No. 109512

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>>109511
tf are the photo paper rolls but nvm

No. 109513

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i'm so in love with this trundle/daybed and wish i could find one like it for less than $1400, shits crazy. this is such a nice look. terrible lighting, however.


>>109512
i think the dog cage coffee table is more questionable, anon

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>>109512

>>379030

it is a scam from a book about kool interior design on budget and i thought it looked funky, bit shatna-cotoure for sure kek

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>>109514
love the feeling of doom and trashy 90s romance book covers in this

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>>109510
I love stuff that's slightly fuller, it makes it feel lived-in and cozy imo, especially bc I tend to like more dark aesthetic stuff

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No. 109518

>>109515
OH I LOVE THIS

No. 109519

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ive always wanted a room with a window seat. Theres just something so nice about the idea of curling up on it during a lightning storm with a book.

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>>109516
>>109517
i like that better too but I lived in the living room throughout my childhood and as such wasn't allowed to personalise or clutter the space so I honestly don't know how to decorate haha
really like 80s/90s ugly sterile designs though, I think they're charming in a dated way although wouldn't want to live in most (would love to live in this one though)

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>>109520
isn't it weird how it's from 1988 and not some tumblr teen in 2017?

No. 109522

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>>109514
lmao @ unintentional (i think? idk i dont keep up with her threads) 'shatnacouture'. can't say it isn't accurate, kek

>>109520
>>109516
>>109514
>>109515
idk how these wouldn't depress you guys. i imagine this would be like living inside an art hoe film where you're completely destined to die in some stupidly '''erotic''' and completely tragic way



as far as pic related goes, again, imagine this but like with way less crap everywhere. nice.

No. 109523

>>109519
>ywn be able to afford a place with a bay window
Fuck my life.

Anyway I'm gonna keep a close eye on this thread as I plan to renovate my unit eventually, even though I won't be able to do much with it. Also for Sims inspiration.

No. 109524

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>>109521
>>109522
nooo, it was a typo due to my fat fingers!

forgot to mention, all the previous posts are lifted from jpegfantasy, another favourite of mine is househunting, really satisfies that desire to look inside strangers homes

love how this yellow eating area contrasts everything else, although the kitchen feels waaay big

No. 109525

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all i want in life is a large kitchen with slow-closing kitchen cabinets. is it really so much to ask, anons??? i know so many people that grew up with kitchens like this. it sucks growing up as a poorfag.

No. 109526

>>109522
What are you? 80?

No. 109527

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>>109526
it's very gentle and feminine. i don't see what's so aged about it.

No. 109528

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I love minimalist interiors, beige, pale wood, black and white, warm grey. I guess it's really easy on the eyes, very inoffensive, I find it really soothing. I love going to Ikea and Muji, when I was a kid I used to go see show homes with the bare bones furniture and I loved it

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>>109531
I always love Jenny Mustard's apartments, this was my favourite one.

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No. 109534

>>109533
That cart is a very cute idea. Too much to dust in the cupboards, though. And tiny counter space made even smaller by those jars… :-(

No. 109535

>>109528
>>109529
>>109530
>>109531
>>109532
that is so fucking dull it makes me want to make me smash my face against a wall. Jenny Mustard looks like the most basic bitch that ever lived.

No. 109536

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I love this thread.

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No. 109539

>>109535
Thank you for saying it. I hate these.

No. 109540

>>109527
The frills, the furniture, the colours, the fabrics, the way you can smell the pot pourri just looking at it.
It’s all extremely dated. It’s basically what you’d expect to see walking into the home of a rich widow in the 1980’s who runs the HOA and hates her neighbours. It’s basic grandma instead of basic bitch.

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No. 109542

>>109540
>baroque style
>basic grandma
lmao

No. 109543

>>109542
Google grandmas house decor anon. I got results basically identical. It’s not even close to real baroque, it’s all yuppie repro.

Like, enjoy it, it’s a non-issue, just saying that it looks like every Greek Nona’s suburban house.

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>>109543
>>109543
that anon was not me but i did google 'grandmas house living room', and 'grandma living room' and nothing of the sort came up. not that i mind that you think it's grandma-y, i just don't see it. i think you're thinking 'frills', floral centerpieces, and 'floral sofa' immediately means grandma, but they're implemented very differently.

pic related is grandma's house, if anything. i've yet to meet a grandma with such a nice living room as the above, personally, but maybe they're different where you are. it just seems like basic green themed shabby chic to me

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>>109544
Probably regional. The second picture they posted has some furniture my 86 year old great aunt has in her living room. The shabby chic green room was just a mess of early 90’s country charm.

Pic related because it was my second result from image searching “grandma’s house decor”

Still confused about where anon got baroque from though lol.

No. 109546

>>109545
nta but did you look at the table? lmao.

No. 109547

>>109536
WOOHOO hell yeahhh baby!! Love this

No. 109548

>>109546
Yeah it’s a repro. My great aunt owns the same one. One baroque inspired table, a couple of modern chairs with plastic legs that dont match the tables era, and an oversized chandelier in a shabby chic house don’t make anything baroque.

No. 109549

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this isn't an interior but all I've ever wanted is a cosy little balcony where I can have my morning coffee

No. 109550

>>109538
this is so perfect i may have cried a little

No. 109551

>>109548
lol you sound like fucking spoony.

No. 109552

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probably nobody else here will like this but i'm obsessed with how this lady put plants all over her new york apartment. it's like a tiny jungle. if i had more free time i'd love to live in something like this, it seems so cozy

No. 109553

>>109552
What a beautiful little space

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>>109510
i unironically love a cluttered aesthetic

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>>109552
I'm planing to make my next apartment like that.
I don't really want furniture, I just want tons of plants.

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No. 109560

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>>109555
>>109552
I've wanted to do something like this with my living space but I feel like a terrible plant care taker, I usually try to get small plants to start out with but they don't last very long with me, I wanted to get some plants that you can attach to the ceiling and they grow from there, but I'm not sure if they are able to live in lowlight
>Pic not related but still room inspo

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>>109548
those aren't modern style chairs, anon, what are you talking about? they're shabby chic louis xvi style fauteuils. they literally fit the baroque period. regardless, i can't believe you autists are REEEing about repros as if it makes any sense at all to have 270 year old furniture in a living room designed to be lived in, and as if any furniture that is done in a certain period style needs to be authentically 900 years old and that everything needs to exactly match

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No. 109563

Isn’t having a shit ton of plants in closed space bad for you or something?

No. 109564

>>109563
wow, i didn't know that. https://newatlas.com/indoor-plants-emit-volatile-organic-compunds/12761/

and all this time it has been said how great snake plants are for air purification. they haven't done a full scale study on like, alllll the most popular plants, but i wouldn't have thought that even these release VOCs like they apparently do. and it wasn't even just the plants, it was also the micro-organisms in the soil releasing them. crazy.

No. 109565

>>109561
>>109551

Nobody was freaking out, just saying the room wasn’t baroque because of a couple of bits of furniture in a room that looks like a barn. Getting salty over decor is hilarious. If you’re gonna pay good money for a chair why not get an antique instead of one made in China?

No. 109566

>>109565
my main goal with a chair is to be comfortable and fit my aesthetic, the source… matters not

No. 109567

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>>109565
>>109565
i agree that new furniture is stupidly overpriced, but you do realize that two authentic 18th century french chairs would set you back like $8,000, right? for chairs with rapidly decreasing structural integrity. not really livable, anon, and you'd have to shell out way more than just ordering a set from overstock.com.

i wasn't the anon that called it baroque, but funny enough, those chairs literally are baroque.

No. 109568

>>109556
i dig this. more pics like this!

No. 109569

>>109552
the rooms with plants everywhere look cool to me, but I can never shake the thought about how terrible it would be if a fire were to ever break out.

No. 109570

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>>109567
Red is such a comfy color.

No. 109571

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I'm really into chinoiserie inspired/preppy-electic interiors lately. I feel like if designed well, you can have a lot of stuff going on and still have it look cohesive. It can contain vintage and modern elements too. Overall, very fun and colorful.

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No. 109573

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More traditional but this room looks so cozy

No. 109574

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No. 109575

>>109513
this looks so cozy! I love daybeds

No. 109576

>>109536
this kitchen is a dream!

No. 109577

>>109559
this reminds me of my old room in nyc, i want to cry. Especially the plants, this is so beautiful

No. 109578

>>109560
Same here. I can never manage to keep indoor houseplants alive anywhere except the windowsill even though I have pretty large windows. I don't understand how >>109556 is even possible unless those are growth lamps, and even with growth lamps I've only been able to keep half my plants alive. My living room currently looks like a mix of >>109555 and >>109557 but most of them are plastic. I feel like a huge phony.

No. 109579

>>109525
>That island
Mcmansion Hell tier

No. 109580

>>109579
I don't want a mcmansion hell tier home, just the kitchen. The kitchens are nice and I want an absurdly oversized kitchen but normal rest of size home.

No. 110838

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>>109537
I love everything about this one. Looks so comfy.


One of my favourite hobbies is going on property websites and trying to imagine how I'd decorate a particular house that has caught my attention

No. 110846

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I love industrial lofts. Wish I could live in one. Anyway, would this thread be ok for room inspo from anime/manga/movies/etc or real world only?

No. 110848

>>110838
There’s something about a pitched roof that’s just so pleasing.

No. 110879

>>110846
I'm OP, go for it. I posted Howl upthread somewhere.

No. 111090

>>110846
this is cool to look at but seems so uncomfortable to live in. i don't like wide-open spaces and huge windows.

No. 111106

>>109524
For me, I can't have a kitchen without an island so it's a nono

No. 111108

>>109563
Yep, i like plants but not the idea of them taking up most of the room. Terrible for allergies

No. 111162

>>111108
>>109569
>>109564
>>109563

I want to say this as I'm someone who keeps a lot of plants- plants can get bugs quite easily. Maybe it's just the area I live in but I have to be hyper vigilant or else I get gnats. And they are an absolute pain to get rid of. I keep all my plants in 2 small areas that have my grow lamps, I can't imagine having them all around my room like in all the plant aesthetic pics. I just imagine the place crawling with bugs. Sorry for the blogpost I just had to throw in a cautionary word.

No. 111170

for all the plant ladies in this thread, have you seen jenna's new video? i think she balances having a lot of plants in living spaces without it looking way cluttered and insane. like the little chair in the corner of the dining room surrounded by the plants looked sooo dreamy!

also it made me really sad that i don't have any because i live in halls and will be moving a lot in the next years

No. 111494

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>>109537
but what happens when your friend stays over in the hammock and then falls out and breaks your leg?

i love all of these dark, plant-filled spaces. they remind me of my friends places in NYC.

>>109562
this one's adorable, too.

i've seen people do the plant look with silk fakes, which are getting very realistic, but dusting looks impossible. i've heard pressurized air, but to get it really clean i think you'd have to take it all down every three months, give it a good swish in the sink, then re-hang everything.

i know real plants can get mites but honestly i'll take the mites. pothos are resistant and grow like weeds. i used them as a shower curtain once, it looked great. wish i had a pic.

alcove beds are so cozy. i love sleeping in small, enclosed spaces.

No. 111499

>>109538
this makes me want to make potions or something

No. 111502

>>109519
>tfw I had a window seat in the living room growing up and my mom filled it with giant plants
why mom

No. 111530

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anyone else like the cyberpunk aesthetic for a bedroom? It's the aesthetic I always end up leaning toward in my bedroom. Something like pic related – cluttered but organized, low light, and the desk as the focal point of the room.

No. 111543

>>111530
I wouldn't want to have stinking garbage bags over my head when I work on the comp, I also wouldn't want to have several glowing screens so close to my bed. Seems like an anti-sleep room.

No. 111545

>>111543
yeah lol the garbage bags are pretty questionable.
>tfw you can afford multiple monitors but no trash can

>anti-sleep room

beds are usually simple/ignored in "cyberpunk/hacker" aesthetics – the implication is that you don't sleep. I agree though, screens that near my bed are not ideal. Back when my room was most similar to this my sleep schedule was horrible.

No. 111614

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>>111530
I like it in theory but it's kinda hellish actually living that way.

No. 111824

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pretty different from my usual style, but I adore the large painting in the large room aesthetic so much

No. 111825

>>111824
What the hell is going on in that painting?

No. 111826

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>>111825
can't find a better pic of it, but it's wild

No. 111841

>>111825
a good time

No. 111842

>>111841
They look like they are dying of snake bite, except in a sexy way.

No. 111855

>>111842
Paintings like these are why I can never seriously consider the opinions of anyone who believes classical realist pieces like this are the be-all-end-all of all art.

No. 111875

>>111824
This reminds me of a random room in Castlevania, I love it.

No. 111878

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I've always wanted to sleep in a medieval or baroque style bedroom. Something about high ceilings looks cool.

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I love Scandinavian interiors, they're so refreshing to look at. I think most people have way too much clutter but to each his own.

No. 111902

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>>111901
I can definitely appreciate these looks, but doesn't it get boring? It looks like a 4 star hotel and not a ~home~ to me, eh.

No. 111908

>>111902
With so much stuff around cleaning is a nightmare.

No. 111910

>>111908
I guess I really enjoy the cleaning side, I redecorate and reorder things a lot

No. 111932

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I love this Korean-apartment aesthetic of neutral white with a sleek feel but also a homey feel? I usually see this aesthetic with Asian cultures and I wish I could emulate it but it looks very minimalistic aside from the art and I'm a person who has not-aesthetic but random crap all over the floor.

No. 111933

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Same as above but I love the art/posters on the walls in this picture. Where do I find stuff similar?

No. 111934

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Same as above also.

No. 111936

>>111933
>Where do I find stuff similar?
How did someone as unresourceful as you even end up on an obscure weeb drama bbs board?

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No. 111995

>>111933
…anon most of these are literally just postcards or original art the owner of the room drew themselves. Look on etsy for art if it's not a skill you have. Get postcards in bookstores or gallery gift shops etc. Pull things out of magazines/newspapers/pamphlets.

No. 112169

>>109507
>The last thread of this is a year old
….there's literally another thread from 4 months ago >>100579
Did you even check the catalogue?

No. 113842

anyone here who prefers small rooms?

No. 114458

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So I'm renting a really old house with a giant, but amazing yard as of next month. The upstairs is SUPER small, and the basement is pretty odd and unfinished. I need inspo for decorating it and making it home-y!

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No. 114461

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i love tacky fairy lights

No. 114464

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I like the green plants with the pink details in these ones.

No. 114465

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And the dried flowers.

No. 114466

>>114458
have you seen the Sorry Girls? I've been binge watching their shit lately because it's mostly budget/thrift/DIY and they've got a really good eye. I'll try to find one of their small spaces, they also do a lot of dorm-room makeovers which are basically like mini-homes for the people that live there so there's heaps of storage and space-saving ideas.

No. 114467

>>114458
samefag but this is cute, not as professional but the basement is weird and she ends up doing a good job.

here's some Sorry Girls playlists for different makeovers/DIYs. keep us updated! I'm curious about how you'll tackle "odd" basement. good luck!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7P6PCs3Y81M&list=PLhccM0JFBApIUWkvni1UQaLejWO1Dfkj3

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j8M1aJwNw7o&list=PLhccM0JFBApJyRtPLjthyOcMaQ8gYyqfh

No. 114493

>>109507
What's the deal here? there was a thread created 5 months ago for this same shit, OP obviously didn't check the catalogue at all, and they're both being posted in. >>100579

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>>114930
this picture made me want dark green bedding ugh

No. 114954

>>114461
I love this room so much anon, it reminds me of a granny's comfy little house.

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>>118302
damn thats comf as fuck anon and makes me realize i need a gorillaz poster

No. 118314

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>>118303
sigh having a projector to watch shit on seems so cosy (have friends irl that have one too), curse the "rustic" popcorn walls of this flat!

No. 118324

>>118303
I like how it has Korean subs

No. 118329

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recently I've been watching a bunch of videos on minimalism. I love the channel 'heal your living', she's an extreme minimalist, has no furniture and sleeps in a hammock. I love so many of the rooms in this thread but I'm definitely moving towards minimalism (to make my space more calming, to save money and realise I don't need so many useless things) I feel like the minimalism/low waste movement is really gaining momentum recently

No. 118330

>>118314
I really like this, that rug is adorable

No. 118331

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mini dump coming thru

I love the mural in this one and the colour scheme of the pale green and peach

No. 118332

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never seen windows like this before, idk why its so huge but I kind of like it

No. 118333

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love this one

No. 118334

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this one and the one above are more or less what I'm aiming for. not a lot of things but just the things I love. I'm really into Marie Kondo's idea of only keeping the things that spark joy

No. 118335

>>114934
I really love that shelving unit w the plants on it, and the rug too

No. 118336

>>109573
this reminds me of some of the interiors on the show outlander

No. 118357

>>118332
In my country we call them German windows, very common in Europe, they open sideways and vertically as well.

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You all posted really cute comfy stuff so I feel lame posting these.

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No. 118372

>>118370

I’m in love with this 80’s throwback room.

No. 118373

>>118332

agree with >>118332, nowdays they are everywhere, in schools ,homes, etc. They are wonderful for winter when you want to keep the warmth from coming out.

No. 118374

Sorry for double posting, but maybe you have ideas for dormitory, I share room with another girl and our room has an ugly wallpaper and old floor, which changing would be simple useless, since we only here for year or three. What can I do to make it bit cuter?

No. 118455

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I love mid century modern to 1970s decor style. To me, this is more of my grandparents style, not shabby chic.

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No. 118530

>>118455
Isn't shabby chic typically white anyway? (I could be wrong but I've never seen shabby chic in anything but predominantly white)

No. 118531

>>118530
I’ve seen it mostly white but sometimes pastel. While sure, it looks pretty, it’s got to be a bitch to keep clean especially if you have pets or children

No. 118532

>>118530
I’ve seen it mostly white but sometimes pastel. While sure, it looks pretty, it’s got to be a bitch to keep clean especially if you have pets or children

No. 118533

>>118530
I’ve seen it mostly white but sometimes pastel. While sure, it looks pretty, it’s got to be a bitch to keep clean especially if you have pets or children

No. 118534

>>118530
>>118530
I’ve seen it mostly white but sometimes pastel. While sure, it looks pretty, it’s got to be a bitch to keep clean especially if you have pets or children

No. 118536

Omg I’m sorry my browser freaked the fuck out

No. 118684

>>118371

I love the aesthetic of your room, and little cat and flamingo, so cute!

No. 118706

>>118371
anon do you live in florida? this is such a miami dade room

No. 120368

Does anyone have any tips for making old wooden furnishing look more modern? I feel like it just doesn't look good comparatively but I can't throw it out.

No. 120370

>>120368
what kind of old wood furniture we talking? 70s? reproduction pieces? or like worn out looking?

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Saw this on facebook marketplace. I love plants when they are neatly organized like this. I'm not afraid of bugs.

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I need a giantic mirror like this

No. 122946

>>122945
get one at a glass supply warehouse that does offices and bulk shit. It's super cheap. They can even cut it for you probably.

No. 122953

>>122945
>>122943
is having your mattress on the floor, or at the very least not having a bedframe, okay now?
Or is it only okay if you have soft light coming through windows and tons of plants around?

No. 122955

>>122953
It’s okay if you don’t mind the mould eventually eating your aesthetic.

It’s filthy.

No. 122971

>>122955
?? , what's the issue if you keep things clean?

No. 122974

>>122971
Right. In the past I've had my mattress on the ground for about a year and a half, not for ~~aesthetic~~ purposes but out of necessity, and I've had no problems at all. Just keep things clean well like you would any room and any bed.

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>>122953
You would probably better off putting it on a slatted base. It's so much more comfortable, and can extend the life of your mattress.

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>>120368
For anyone who's still interested, I'll post some ideas. To start with, you can buy stick on things like this then paint or stain them to match your furniture.

No. 122998

>>122971
If there’s even the slightest bit of humidity, it’s gonna grow mould between the mattress and the carpet.

>>122974
You can get wooden pallets for free so it’s never necessary so have a mattress mouldering on the floor like a crack-goblin. You must live on the driest climate on earth, or your bed is mouldy inside and you just can’t see it.

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>>122997
Obviously you can paint them, but I think painted on designs look really cool if you're artsy.

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>>123000
You can also buy contact paper if the surface is flat and regular.

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>>123001
You can change knobs on dressers and cabinets.

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>>123002
Last idea is that on cheaper tables and chairs, you can usually change out the legs really easily. Pic related is just to show the concept, but imagine it on a rectangular table once the whole thing is painted to be one color.

No. 124270

Would a whiteboard over my bed be a fun idea to introduce a bunch of different themes and images and ideas to my room, or would it just be stinky?

No. 124303

>>124270
Not a fan.
Maybe blackboard or cork board…

No. 124615

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im moving out soon-ish and i will have to start from scratch since my room is completely modulated and so part of the house deal.

This Picture is everything i could wish for in a room, just needs a big mirror with lights and a spacey closet.

No. 124624

>>124615
the bed's cool, but the rest doesn't seem to be anything out of the ordinary?

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>>111933
>>114465
>>118303
>>122945

Saved, thanks anons.

My aesthetic has been bright/clashing, somewhat eclectic, and local artist/craftsman-based with some ephemera, for a long time. All of my belongings have to fit in a suitcase these days, so maybe I'll slowly develop a new aesthetic. Right now it's a sham of its former self.

The Selby is In Your Place gives the general idea, especially around the time it came out. (The rooms in the book look dated but cute now.)

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No. 124770

How can I make my bedroom look more cozy and warm during the day? The natural daylight brightness makes my room look cold and bleak.

No. 124790

>>124770
Maybe a golden-toned sheer curtain? Maybe it'll filter the sunlight into a warmer tone?

No. 124802

>>124770
Accent wall color, stay away from too much white

No. 124807

TBH most of these seem staged and a pain in the ass to maintain. So I assume a lot of anons here must be underage or haven't lived on their own. Like, a lot of these "plants everywhere" pictures feature pants growing above a stove, which would never work, so it must be staged. Also none of the kitchens here have a vent above the stove which is just retarded.

No. 124808

>>124807
I would hate having a tonne of plants in my room tbh, they look nice in photos but they just give the impression of dirtiness when they're everywhere. Like, the smell of the dirt at least.

But this is an inspo thread, of course they are staged and probably from interior design magazines or websites or something. They don't have to be practical or livable, or based on experience living alone. Of course in my own place, ease of cleaning is a priority. That means minimal clutter and easy to dust surfaces.

No. 124809

>>124808
There’s always dead leaves to pick up, it attracts bugs and gives them lots of hiding places, feeding the plants reeks, soil can grow moulds.. it’s really not that great. A few plants is nice but living in a potted jungle sucks ass.

No. 124811

>>124809
What about air plants?
Less water means less moisture which potentially means less mold/smell
Bugs/leaves might still be an issue though

Also, I hear that watering plants from the bottom helps eliminates mold/smell because the top layer is dry and there's not enough water in the soil to grow much else (because the plants only take up what they need through their roots)

or just have fake plants if you just like the aesthetic–might be nice to pair with LEDs for a magic forest type of feeling?

No. 124814

>>124809
I've always lived with house plants and have literally never encountered any of these problems. I live in an appartment though, not a house. The smell of dirt is very faint and if anything it just smells like the rain, have never had bugs, have had to pick up maybe like 3 leaves per plant per year because they grow very slowly.
To each their own i guess, probably depends on the type and species of plants too, it's just curious to me that i can't relate to any of those problems.
The most annoying thing about owning plants imo is not being able to go on trips without having someone to care for your plants.

No. 124832

>>124807
I've rented several places without a vent over the stove. Wasn't pleased with it but it seems common from cheapo landlords.

No. 124883

>>124809
Have you ever owned plants? Learned how to take care of them properly?

When you know how to take proper care of plants and the plants fit your room's conditions, the chances of encountering these problems are small.

No. 129894

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Farmers, how to turn this chair into something more pretty? I hate looking at it. Can i put something on it? Maybe also find certain pillows idk.

No. 129898

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Perfect thread, I have a private discord channel specifically for this! Dump incoming

>>129894
What chair is that anon? Is it comfy (especially for +5hour sitting sessions)? I’m looking for a chair for my PC and don’t know where to look. Personally I’d put a decoration pillow that matches your room or a big stuffy that you can hug while you do whatever.

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Hngg

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fin.
>plebbit

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No. 129944

>>129941
I feel worried about whoever lives here and thinks they need so many globes.

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No. 129955

90% of these are so depressing looking. like, they might look cool but to live in? horrible

No. 129961

>>129944
Nathan Drake

No. 130005

Weird question but does anyone here sleep under just a blanket, without a cover you insert it into or whatever? I can never get my blanket in the covers properly and it drives me insane so I want to sleep under just a blanket, like a washable one. Is this possible? Is this bad to do? What kind of blanket should I use for it?

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>>130005
Damn, is that considered a weird thing to do? My family and I always just used a plain old blanket to sleep under. Duvets are overrated and fucking annoying to wash. I have a duvet now but it's mostly for decoration or if I get really cold and need it on top of my blanket. But 90% of the time I just sleep under a giant king sized plush blanket like pic related, it's comfy.

No. 130009

>>130006
That's why you have duvet covers

No. 130010

>>130005
I sleep under a soft blanket with a quilt on top. Duvets are dumb, quilts are better.

No. 130015

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I am 100% in love with 80's 90's interiors, I am moving into a way bigger room and I want to decorate my bedroom with wall mirrors to make it look bigger. am i tacky?
I love gold trim, white sofas with furs, and tall plants. how can i tone this down so I can have this vibe in my bedroom.

Here is some decor inspo.

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No. 130018

>>130015
nah anon, live your Tony Montana dream. You're the one spending most of the time there, you should decorate it how you want. Don't forget to check out reuse centers for retro furniture if you have some near you.

No. 130023

>>129894
could you buy a blanket with a cute pattern to drape over it?

No. 130024

>>129899
I like this, nice how they've used the bookcase as a kind of mini room divider from bedroom to living kind of area

No. 130025

>>129917
this isn't my style at all but it's still so fucking cute, I love it

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this is the dream

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super unattainable but w/e

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imagine working here when it's raining or snowing

No. 130076

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this is a super outdated selfpost, I still really like my old bedroom

No. 130077

>>130076
that's really aesthetically pleasing but is the bed comfortable at all? or does it mainly serve as a couch?

No. 130083

>>130076
so cute!! Where did you get that thing around the bottom of the bed?

No. 130084

Love scrolling through this thread, but it makes me even angrier that my landlord painted over my exposed brick without telling us. It’s the worst shade of bright orange and it’s so poorly painted that putting things on the walls will just make it peel even more, ugh.

>>130067
This is ideal, holy shit.

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>>129898
What shelves are these? They're lovely and seem to have so much space

No. 130102

>>130095
aren't those from Ikea? If not they have similiar ones there

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>>130095
>>130102

Yes, Ikea but other companies have similar ones.

No. 130166

>>130076
I love this so much, anon.

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>>129940
I love these too, I used to like stuff like >>111878 untill I actually lived in an attic that was entirely covered in wood, 40m² and was super hot. In my country, not every house has air conditioning systems, that room used to get like, 40ºC in the summer easily, had two small windows and a fireplace. It was beautiful but not really nice and comfy. Also, spiders, a LOT of them.
Now when I look at dark, wooden, with big carpets and curtains rooms I can only think of spiders and dust. My room now is like a dream, I am so grateful for having it, it is light, comfy and brings peace. Crazy how changing my room lifted my mood so much and increased my productivity

No. 130181

>>118329
Minimalism is again gaining popularity because most on the active people on line are under 30 years old. They are studying and/or have not much money, possibly depressed and/or feel revolutionary so having no clutter gives them the entitled pass to talk shit to others.
I love minimalism, but after a while you start to notice who gets into it for clout and who actually needs help. Have you seen that guy who said that he's so minimalist that he eats the same food everyday? (I doubt but imagine the urge of saying that for minimalpoints).
I love healing your space because she doesn't drag her cat into minimalism. Sure she has one pillow to seat but that animal has scratchers, shelfs to jump to, toys. A responsible owner imo.
>>111530
I love the aesthetic but I try to not use computers in dark places out of fear of damaging my eyes. I would add one or two plants, maybe a bigger window.

No. 130185

>>130179
The mattress on the ground like that looks really cute, but is it comfortable??

No. 130200

>>130185
nta but it's on a short platform bed, you can see the wood slats.

No. 130205

>>130179
I love this..looks so cozy. I watch vlogs of Korean women who live alone cause they're so relaxing, and they all have this vibe going on.

No. 130213

I love all these places T-T just saved so many to my camera roll. I wish apartments would let people do this stuff…

No. 130220

>>130213
what stuff are you not allowed? Like hang things on the wall? I believe there's non-damaging solutions for that

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do art studios count? because I wanna have a light, large space with large windows and beautiful dark wooden furniture for myself one day

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No. 130280

>>130179
this is perfect omg exactly what I'm aiming for rn

No. 130282

>>130205
do you have any channels you recommend?

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No. 130392

>>130375
More cozy reading corners pls

No. 130411

>>130378
i like the idea of it but i would hit my ankles on that bedframe so much.

No. 130630

Pastel pink or purple walls yes or no?
I imagine it would feel a lot more homely and warm as opposed to white.

No. 130631

>>130630
if you're seven

No. 130632

>>130630
warm pink would mby feel warmer but like millennial pink or any purple, def no. also imo would work better as an accent wall as otherwise it'd give bit of a preteen girl vibe as the other anon said.

No. 130633

>>130630
It's your room, if pastels make it feel homely to you, then do it.

I do think it's important to choose warm toned colours, not cool colours as they can be a bit cold and harsh.

>>130631
Does that really matter though? Her room isn't for the comfort of others. I don't see why she can't enjoy a "childish" colour in her own living space if she wants to.

No. 130636

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This is a children's room from some ad probably but I seriously hope to decorate my room like this one day. Maybe without the canopy on the bed because I've had spiders hide there
>>130630
I think light lavender walls would look wonderful with brown wooden furniture, especially if you also have plants, purple and green go nicely together.
>>109537
I hate when I look at pictures of walls with tons of framed paintings/photos because I would love to have that but frames are so expensive. Like when I get a painting framed the frame is as expensive as half the painting. damn it

No. 130639

>>130636
Do adults really want to live this way?
Aren't you worried about being received as a ddlg pervert if you invite someone over?

No. 130641

>>130639
nta but yes and most sane people have no idea what ddlg is. they will think you are weird/childish and shrug at worst

No. 130642

>>130630
Of course this depends on the shade you'd use but I've seen light pinks done tastefully, and pink goes well with brown furniture imo. Purple could work too of course but I think that's a bit trickier.

>>130639
I'm not the one who posted that but it doesn't read as being purposefully immature of ddlg roleplaying. Except for some minor decor details most people wouldn't think much of it, I've seen rooms for adults regularly done up in light blues with white furniture.

The only thing that bothers me is all the cluttered mess.

No. 130647

My future house might look childish but at least I will have a house, one day. And I'll make sure I feel happy having to see it every single day. If I hate it when I'm 30 I'll just get it repainted.

No. 130655

>>130647
are you really being condescending over people not being able to afford a house? wtf

No. 130658

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>>130639
nta but my house looks like pic related but OPs pic is too much for me. some of it is nice but other stuff looks like a melanie martinez MV.

No. 130672

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Not exactly room inspo but I think it fits this thread. I used to live in Budapest and recently I’ve been aching to move back to Europe even though it’s unrealistic for me in my current position. I would do anything to have a bright open apartment like this with herringbone hardwood flooring, big white windows and a wrought-iron balcony. The style is very Parisian but you have the perk of Eastern Europe being much cheaper than Paris. This particular apartment looks out onto a beautiful Baroque cathedral and there are half a dozen bakeries and cafes just a few steps from the front door, plus it’s only a short walk from the Danube. It makes me depressed that you can’t find anything like this in the States.

No. 130682

>>130639
I posted that image, I don't think it looks inherently childish, if you remove the toys and not arrange the furniture like a psycho I think it would look really elegant. (Actually, I wouldn't mind keeping the horse, it looks cool.) I especially like the tile floor and wall panels and the contrast between the formal look of them and the soft fabrics.
Also bold of you to assume I invite people over lol
>>130672
That is so beautiful, Budapest overall is beautiful

No. 130688

>>130636
A themed room like this is cute in pictures, but in real life you'd have stuff laying around that doesn't fit the theme and therefore breaks the illusion/dream.

No. 130701

>>130655
You're completely reading that wrong, if I was condescending to anyone I was being condescending to myself because I can't afford my own place yet and don't know when I can lol. That's why I said I will at least have a house ONE DAY. I don't want to care if people think my future house is gonna be childish, I'll be too happy finally having a house. Or worst case a small apartment.

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No. 130708

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would love this much desk space but alas, my room is too small

No. 131395

>>130038
where is this pic from? searched it on google and yandex and there's nothing

No. 131560

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Can I ask for a small space dump? I'm moving into a 10x10 with a queen bed and I'm bound and determined to fit in a wardrobe for my lolita, but I don't want to overstuff. The house is pretty old so I want to avoid putting anything heavy on my walls besides a couple of small shelves for wig heads. I really like the aesthetic of >>129914 with the cozy white furniture!

>>129898
Late response but would Anon be willing to share your discord? I love interior design but putting it into effect is hard, especially now that I'm moving into a 3bed house and have to compromise with roommates. Having some inspo would be fantastic.

No. 131706

>>109527
>it's very gentle and feminine
>coke table in the middle of the room
i like ur style anon kek.

No. 131717

>>131706
wtf is a coke table

No. 131734

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this finally inspired me to actually put some thought into how my room looks. first thing i'm doing is covering up the ugly extension cord that i have to use. it goes over my doorframe and it's a bright orange. i'm thinking of getting some fake eucalyptus garlands from aliexpress to go around my door, over the cord!

No. 131740

>>109535
I love them. Shit like >>130373 or >>130223 gives me horrible anxiety. I hate being surronded by worthless shit that serves no real function.

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>>131717
A coke table (cocain table) is usually prefered to a smaller table with a mirror surface. I think it gain notoriety in the 70s because pp tend to do coke on it.

No. 131778

>>131741
>>131706
anon was talking about >>109522 being gentle and feminine not >>109527 pic. also the table in >>109527 isn't a real coke table anyway. cocaine tables are usually marble or granite or some other shined stone, not literal mirrors.

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just gonna dump a bunch if minimal inspo I like

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No. 131858

I want to get a comforter because my blanket doesn't fit in any of my covers and it's exhausting to change my sheets tbh. But I don't understand them? Is it just a blanket that you lay on your mattress and that's it? Doesn't it need protection/a cover for the oil and sweat and dead skin cells and what not that's coming from your skin? And how often do you wash it?

No. 131861

>>131858
I use just a comforter and a fitted sheet. I wash or replace both once a week (pillowcase every couple days).

No. 132393

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I’m sorry if that’s the wrong thread but I literally don’t know where else to ask this.

Does anyone by any chance know where I could get this desk?
It looks like it’s from ikea (the drawers remind me a lot of kullen/malm furniture) but I can find anything like it.
I even considered that it’s made out of two night stands and a table top, but I can’t find any night stands like that either and it doesn’t seem like the drawers have their own top part (although, that probably could be left out when you put them together, now that I think about it).

But anyways. Any help would be appreciated as this is the first room inspo picture that actually fits the logistics of my own apartment/room.

No. 132402

>>132393
nvm found the base units and they’re almost $400 each lmao

No. 132449

>>132402
LMAO imagine spending 800$ on a basic ass desk.
You could actually make it yourself for cheaper if you have space and help, it doesn't seem very complicated, except for the drawers (maybe it would be easier to just make cabinets instead of drawers). Or you could try finding some drawers at a second hand store. Or just find similar cheaper ones at some other store. Good luck I hope you make/find a nice desk.

No. 132452

>>132449
Right? Especially if it doesn’t look like it. But each to their own.

I think I‘m gonna go with simple Malm dresser/nightstands or just buy a simple desk (like Micke) + cabinets.
I just really suck at furnishing, decorating and have literally 0 sense of what fits and what doesn’t (aesthetic-wise) so it’s easier for me to copy it 1:1. But oh well. I‘ll live.

No. 133857

Anons, I'd love to get some help.

I bought a new nice desktop for my PC. It has many things to offer, my only issue is that I want to put everything cute and pink on it but the table itself is black coloured. Is that too much of a trouble? I could send an image of my desk.

No. 139440

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This is random but I've finally discovered a term to describe my housing aesthetic - "colorful minimalism."

I like how minimalism is about possessing less objects and clutter, but I don't like the current pinterest trend of "everything must be WHITE and SPARSE and BARREN except your plant collection." I would like a house with less furniture, less objects, but the furniture there is is brightly colored and has pops of pattern.

No. 139442

>>139440
I get you. I like the idea of having very little stuff (or at least, having it all in neat storage so it looks minimal), but I'm not into impersonal sterile aesthetics. Though rather than bright colours/patterns I want pastels.

Speaking of, isolation has been great for decluttering and konmari-ing and all that. I've gotten rid of so much unnecessary stuff.

No. 139449

>>139440
maybe I´m not getting minimalism then but this just looks like a neatly organized room to me

No. 139482

>>139440
I admittedly have ocd but this doesn't look minimilistic to me. I agree about the colors though, it's a nice balance.

No. 139587

>>133857
You can cover the desk surface with a cute peel and stick wallpaper, or just get a desk mat/pad.



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