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post #91 of 1897
Don't take too much of that whey, you won't fit into your clothes.
post #92 of 1897
Here's a few old ones, - the furniture etc. varies a bit, as the pics were originally taken for room-to-let ads at various times.
post #93 of 1897
My humble abode. I live with my parents so my little part of the house is my bedroom-









Regards
JB
post #94 of 1897
Lucky - beautiful pad.
post #95 of 1897
In June 2006 I bought a home on the waterfront. Unfortunately the former owner hasn't been there in four years time so it was completely run down.

At this moment i'm renovating it and at the same time adding some space. Basically, everything is going to be removed. All the plumbing, wiring, etc. etc. the roof is going to be replaced. Basically, a few walls will be re used and that's it.

The lighting is going to be controlled by a Lutron Homeworks series 8 system, I bought a Poggen Pohl Integration kitchen, the floors will be Belgian Hardstone with heating.

It's going to be a three bedroom and 2,5 bath home including a basement and an office. Since I'm alone, no wife and kids, I will convert one of the bedrooms in a gameroom with a poker table and housebar. I'm also installing a home theatre in a separate room incl. a Full HD Beamer and a full THX Ultra 2 sound system.

The look from my yard:


View from the roof terrace:


The current living room:


The new living room:


The furniture I bought:


This is how it looks from the street at the moment:


This is how it should look from the street when it's done:
post #96 of 1897
Quote:
Originally Posted by Roy
The furniture I bought:


That is awesome furniture! I love the lounge look... I can just imagine the parties you'll have...
post #97 of 1897
Quote:
Originally Posted by Lucky Strike
Here's a few old ones, - the furniture etc. varies a bit, as the pics were originally taken for room-to-let ads at various times.





LS,

Very nice place. Love the framed Derrick... Is it autographed?

Can you tell me more about the lights in the quoted pic?

Thanks
!luc
post #98 of 1897
Quote:
Originally Posted by Luc-Emmanuel
LS, Very nice place. Love the framed Derrick... Is it autographed? Can you tell me more about the lights in the quoted pic? Thanks !luc
Heh...sadly, it's autographed on the back, so it's not visible. The lamps are Ikea (wall-mounted), but as Ikea stuff goes, not badly made. If you can be bothered to call in an electrician, he'll probably be able to serial-mount them, so you won't have to have that many cables hanging around.
post #99 of 1897
Quote:
Originally Posted by Roy
the floors will be Belgian Hardstone with heating.


How will you have heating system in the floor?
post #100 of 1897
Quote:
Originally Posted by DMully
How will you have heating system in the floor?
It is placed under the tiles:
http://www.magnum.nl/index.php?id=10081
post #101 of 1897
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Originally Posted by zjpj83 View Post


that's beautiful, nice pic!
post #102 of 1897
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Originally Posted by zjpj83 View Post
Here's the painting close up. If anyone can tell me anything about it, that would be cool


A friend of mine has the odd hobby of finding Asianworks of art like that and translating them. How does anyone find a hobby like that anyway?
post #103 of 1897
That painting seems to have water damage.
post #104 of 1897
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Originally Posted by LabelKing View Post
That painting seems to have water damage.
Yes, it does. From sitting in a damp basement, sadly.
post #105 of 1897
I always meant to get pictures up here, and I've just taken a few since we are listing the place. Whole Album

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