General Discussion: interior design


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myyra
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45 posts since 26/10/11

14 Dec 2014 16:50
Really nice looking place Seenmy, especially the raw tables and kitchen cabinets.
Anto
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3590 posts since 19/1/12

14 Dec 2014 16:53
House looks great! Love the living room
Forper
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2080 posts since 29/1/13

14 Dec 2014 20:42
myyra wrote: , especially the raw tables

No.

and kitchen cabinets.

Yes.
carl lewis
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23649 posts since 14/10/04

14 Dec 2014 20:57
footmobile2000 wrote: Not, but I want to be under this chair


Laughing out loud
sydneyking
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4583 posts since 26/9/09

17 Dec 2014 12:11
How easy is vitsoe shelving to install? my order turned up today and just wondered whether i'll need a hand or not?
Dee
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11224 posts since 22/11/07

17 Dec 2014 12:15
Surprisingly very easy, esp with the spacer, aslong as you have the correct fixings for wall type and be careful you don't drop anything. I smashed one of the cabinets on mine when unpacking, door fell off and crushed as well as bending the side. My fault tho.
sydneyking
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4583 posts since 26/9/09

17 Dec 2014 12:58
Cheers
Sleuth
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5374 posts since 12/9/04

posted 17 Dec 2014 19:48, edited 17 Dec 2014 19:48
Homer get them to move that fuse box to the floor, if you highlight to them the ridiculous nature of where they have put it they should just move it.

Can someone recommend somewhere online for some decent prints. Not Ikea. Just something not completely mass produced etc but not at top dollar prices. We are looking to fill our walls. Where do you lot get yours?

Thanks
NickMSM
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371 posts since 21/8/13

17 Dec 2014 19:59
I have 100s of prints at any one time, we kind of thing are you looking for?
Sleuth
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5374 posts since 12/9/04

17 Dec 2014 20:00
NickMSM wrote: I have 100s of prints at any one time, we kind of thing are you looking for?

No idea, looking for a bit of inspiration also. Feel free to post up any work you may have. Cheers
Crackajack
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7180 posts since 21/4/05

17 Dec 2014 22:36
Posted this before as a Q but anyone know where I can get a good sized print of 'Tire' by Roy Lichtenstein (1962)?
Forper
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2080 posts since 29/1/13

18 Dec 2014 07:06
Sleuth wrote: Homer get them to move that fuse box to the floor, if you highlight to them the ridiculous nature of where they have put it they should just move it.

Can someone recommend somewhere online for some decent prints. Not Ikea. Just something not completely mass produced etc but not at top dollar prices. We are looking to fill our walls. Where do you lot get yours?

Thanks

If you need someone to tell you what you should hang just have nothing until you know yourself.
Forper
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2080 posts since 29/1/13

18 Dec 2014 07:13
Sleuth wrote: No idea,

Do you not fucking understand that you are you and only you are you. I'm not you. He's not you, you're your fucking self. Get some balls and buy what you like you stupid fucking idiot.
Superprecise
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2099 posts since 16/7/11

posted 18 Dec 2014 10:50, edited 18 Dec 2014 10:50
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Superprecise
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2099 posts since 16/7/11

18 Dec 2014 10:50
footmobile2000 wrote: If you need someone to tell you what you should hang just have nothing until you know yourself.

Good advice.

Can someone please tell what music to listen to? I need to fill my CD rack.
Crackajack
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7180 posts since 21/4/05

18 Dec 2014 11:22
Mil has a good point. Then can't resist a full blown rant Laughing out loud
Sleuth
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5374 posts since 12/9/04

18 Dec 2014 13:22
footmobile2000 wrote:
Sleuth wrote: No idea,

Do you not fucking understand that you are you and only you are you. I'm not you. He's not you, you're your fucking self. Get some balls and buy what you like you stupid fucking idiot.

Fuck off and go and play with your R2D2 you Virgin. I said I was looking for inspiration not a lecture from someone who dresses like Fred West.

Back to my original question; if anyone has any recommended sites for prints that they've used that would be perfect thanks.
smokie
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198 posts since 5/10/11

posted 18 Dec 2014 13:29, edited 18 Dec 2014 13:29
Matthew Hopson-Walker (matthewhopsonwalker.com)
Amze Emmons (amzeemmons.com)
Michael Barnes (www.michaelbarnes.us)
Joseph D'Uva (josephduva.com)
Sean P. Morrissey (seanpmorrissey.com)
Sean Starwars (www.seanstarwars.com)
Jay Ryan (thebirdmachine.com)
burlesquedesign.com/

Some more names: Aaron Horkey, Tyler Stout, Ken Taylor, Laurent Durieux, Olly Moss, Jeremy Geddes

Also check out printeresting.org for the best printmaking site.
Brian Damage
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7994 posts since 21/10/03

18 Dec 2014 14:27
Sleuth wrote:
footmobile2000 wrote:
Sleuth wrote: No idea,

Do you not fucking understand that you are you and only you are you. I'm not you. He's not you, you're your fucking self. Get some balls and buy what you like you stupid fucking idiot.

Fuck off and go and play with your R2D2 you Virgin. I said I was looking for inspiration not a lecture from someone who dresses like Fred West.

Back to my original question; if anyone has any recommended sites for prints that they've used that would be perfect thanks.

Check urban art association/banksy forum classifieds. .
Birdman
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1360 posts since 10/3/10

18 Dec 2014 19:57
http://m.curbed.com/archives/2014/12/17/replinger-glass-house-urbana-for-sale.php - what £190k buys you in Illinois.