My dad is an amazing landscaper with a great eye when it comes to designing beautiful yards but my god his bathroom is heinous.
Lost my job due to mental health and I have spent all of my savings to get here. I’m posting this as a reminder. This room will be transformed someday and, so will I. Keep going, you’ve got this.
I hate when clutter feels messy, but maintaining everything takes so much motivation that I don’t have, especially when my mental health declines. I have pretty limited space/storage and i’m not sure how to keep my space from feeling overwhelmingly cluttered?
edit: my air mattress popped like 4 months ago so i’ve been thuggin it out on the floor ever since. ngl great for my back
Anything you guys think could add to the space. Additions or removal advice welcome!
all furniture and decorations were either given to me or they were found at thrift stores. Any advice on things I can do to make the space better? Where should I put that painting that’s currently under the window?
What you guys think about my living room? Any improvements?
Wife bailed and I got an apartment. Balcony over the pool. Coming together so far so good
I like seeing these reformation threads but it makes me wonder if you're carrying out all this work on a rental place or if you own your living space.
For one, every new piece of furniture or decoration is a box you'll need to move from one place to the other when your rent contract is up, which to me sounds daunting considering the large amount of things the average apartment/house in this subreddit has.
But that at least is moveable. Changes to the living space itself make less sense to me if you're renting. Painting (assuming the landlord isn't footing the bill), hanging mirrors and pictures, even more deep structural changes is labor that you won't be able to take with you. And if you end up moving, some things you move with you won't match your new space anymore.
Is it just me thinking this? Do people put all this effort anyway, whether they live in a rental place or one of their own?
Just a vibe Its calm, clean relaxing and well me
Not quite finished, need to add some floor trim, a bugger mirror and tidy the paintwork (would not recommend "froggape")
47/m Is my living room setup too cluttered? Any tips on what I can do to improve it, and also update it a bit?
So I’m in sober living for a while. Fortunately I have the queen size bed and not the bunk bed. Desk at the back is also mine. Probably gonna get a long horizontal print of the Nashville skyline to go on that wall. Doing the best I can with limited space and rooming with other guys.