General Discussion: interior design


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night panda
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5787 posts since 16/8/03

17 Jan 2007 16:01
Laughing out loud

i did stop revising for 10 minutes to find a good design blog, but i can't remember its name. i'll get it later, some good stuff on there similar to your 1st post mr white.
San
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10493 posts since 14/11/05

17 Jan 2007 16:34
mr.white wrote: thats crazy

we've gone from classy interior design (imo) to cathedrals to market halls to mc donalds

whats everyones burger of choice?

McChicken sandwich followed by a cheeseburger
Cazerelli
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12039 posts since 16/5/03

17 Jan 2007 16:35
double cheese burger and 6 chicken nuggets or a bigmac.
beenbuRned
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935 posts since 16/12/03

17 Jan 2007 17:03
Such a nice staircase and the simplicity of the interior works so well
Noble Locks
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66963 posts since 10/7/03

17 Jan 2007 17:05
agree there…would love a place like that in a city like antwerp or somewhere.
mr.white
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17101 posts since 10/7/04

17 Jan 2007 17:08
beenbuRned, i like that. could do with some artwork on the walls
nick
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19733 posts since 2/5/03

17 Jan 2007 17:12
Spiral staircases are classy but not very practical (try getting a wardrobe and a double bed up one)
mr.white
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17101 posts since 10/7/04

17 Jan 2007 17:14
ikea furniture upstairs Eye-wink
San
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10493 posts since 14/11/05

17 Jan 2007 17:15
Been reading a fair bit of coverage on these boys the past 6 months

Candy & Candy
http://www.candyandcandy.com/

for the seriously wedged up.
Cazerelli
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12039 posts since 16/5/03

17 Jan 2007 17:17
Does anyone else get glued to the tv when there is a Grand Designs day? I love watching it mainly becasue it is one that looks at more complex house renovations, rather than just concentrating on sarah beanies breasts. And when its a whole day of it….







morning mist
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3140 posts since 29/5/05

17 Jan 2007 17:31
alot of these design houses/appartments seem a bit cold. both in color and furniture wise.

design meets function is the way of the future.
nick
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19733 posts since 2/5/03

17 Jan 2007 17:31
Relfio wrote:

not too keen on that, it looks like a job centre.

The grand designs program is good though, but I do want to slap that bloke who introduces it, he's a realy smug bastard.

My ideal house would be this, Fallingwater, by Frank Lloyd Wright, I adore this house.

mr.white
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17101 posts since 10/7/04

17 Jan 2007 18:41
seen that before Cool

won a few awards didnt it
FrIEND
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13437 posts since 27/11/03

17 Jan 2007 22:23
nice to see this thread has recovered, the emo comment made me laugh out loud Laughing out loud

Verb
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96 posts since 27/11/06

17 Jan 2007 22:37
Cant beat a good old brick built victorian factory. Nobody ever builds huge buildings from bricks anymore.
R
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13011 posts since 17/5/03

17 Jan 2007 22:47
nick that house is incredible
MoB
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36704 posts since 31/8/04

17 Jan 2007 22:48
R wrote: nick that house is incredible

Werd. Cant think of a better word to describe it.
Homer
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23926 posts since 8/5/03

17 Jan 2007 22:54
http://www.designhotels.com/library#

This looks cool, thinking of treating myself to a night here in thailand


mr.white
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17101 posts since 10/7/04

17 Jan 2007 22:57
wow. £200 a night that is
Homer
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23926 posts since 8/5/03

17 Jan 2007 22:59
nah aint that much off other sites. nearer 150. But im staying well cheap for the rest of the holiday so i deserve it Laughing out loud