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Forper
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23 Aug 2014 23:49
w)taps security blanket
Strummer
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2176 posts since 24/7/04

27 Aug 2014 20:04
Looking for some inspiration for a Victorian terrace, any decent blogs/interior designers/specialist architects out there?
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27 Aug 2014 20:09
When are you anticipating puberty mil?
Noble Locks
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27 Aug 2014 20:18
That blanket looks well comfy. Is it soft and sensuous to the skin?
sofashionmuchamaze
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851 posts since 12/12/13

posted 27 Aug 2014 20:23, edited 27 Aug 2014 20:23
Ordered a fake Vitra DAW for €60. Curious how it compares to the real thing.
pops
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4258 posts since 2/9/09

27 Aug 2014 20:25
Strummer wrote: Looking for some inspiration for a Victorian terrace, any decent blogs/interior designers/specialist architects out there?

That'll be many London based architects bread and butter considering how much of the housing stock in
the region is Victorian.
Superprecise
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2212 posts since 16/7/11

27 Aug 2014 20:29
Probably more likely to be architects doing work on the side than their bread and butter. Tricky, slow and risky (what with planning etc.) but fun (relatively) and good pocket money (if it works out).

What kind of inspiration are you after? Trendy furnishings, modern extensions, space replanning?
pops
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4258 posts since 2/9/09

27 Aug 2014 20:36
http://youtu.be/lPcG7Q3oG08
Strummer
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2176 posts since 24/7/04

27 Aug 2014 20:38
It's more decor than remodelling, particularly bedrooms, hallway and kitchen. Also wondering what to do with the basement (c400 sq ft), converted, c6.5ft ceiling but currently used for storage
Superprecise
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27 Aug 2014 20:43
Sex dungeon.
pops
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27 Aug 2014 20:50
BTW Really enjoy your IG page Superprecise.
Forper
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2080 posts since 29/1/13

27 Aug 2014 21:05
Noble Locks wrote: That blanket looks well comfy. Is it soft and sensuous to the skin?

yes it is, it's just synthetic fleece (tiger camo cotton on the back) but it's a high grade fleece I think and is very soft.
illwill
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4137 posts since 17/5/04

27 Aug 2014 22:01
Gotta be geometric tiling for halls/kitchens in Victorian houses.

Not gonna be cheap though.

Mr.X.
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3109 posts since 23/6/13

27 Aug 2014 22:07
That bed is so small!!!!!!! How do you live?
Superprecise
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posted 27 Aug 2014 22:35, edited 27 Aug 2014 22:35
pops wrote: BTW Really enjoy your IG page Superprecise.

Thanks a lot! I kind of assume no one really enjoys it except me…

I consider myself a modernist but very few recent buildings excite me, hence all the old ones. The way the profession and construction industry is makes me hate the job but there's so much beautiful, weird, sophisticated shit out there. That building I posted today is next to my office and blows my mind, honestly.
NickMSM
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417 posts since 21/8/13

28 Aug 2014 15:56
Personally think Scandinavian design looks great in Victorian and Edwardian buildings. My old fav Poul Kjaerholm in particular looks brilliant in this environment. I'd be tempted to mix and match with a few choice pieces of mid century & Victorian arts & crafts.


pops
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4258 posts since 2/9/09

28 Aug 2014 17:20
I've an almost identical photo saved Puzzled

NickMSM
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417 posts since 21/8/13

28 Aug 2014 18:12
Great minds think alike Eye-wink Think the rooms were used for an FH shoot as there's a lot of different PK set ups online in that room/next door.
Dave4
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996 posts since 26/8/07

28 Aug 2014 18:25
If anyone needs any planning advice, drop me a message
Strummer
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28 Aug 2014 18:34
Those images are great, just the sort of thing I am after