And yes, it is supposed to look like a fish, it is because I did not know how to shape a house for the #OceanContest.
Nice pictures, yes, I know that one of them is like a dry deasert, and the other is a lush lake, I did not mean for that to happen, I only looked at the lights that I thought were cool.
Comfy furnature, a reading lamp, as many pillows as you could dream of, a cute fin-like table, and metal fish on the wall is what you need for a fancy, but still homey ocean house.
There is lots of room, but I did not mean to do that, in the end the design ended up not fitting the big house entirely, but I put too much work and effort into it to decide to restart.
Yeah... a lot of space...
As you can see on the left is the door to the kid's and parents bedroom because the layout did not give enough space for two decent sized bedrooms.
Tiny, but nice enough to want to live in it.
I just realized this but the "princessy" bed does not go with the ocean theme but do you really want a pink bead?
The bookshelf I find pretty neat, just the way the boxes are stacked randomly is nice and modern. The bookshelf is half for the kids, what am I kidding, 3/4ths of it is for the kids, but Mom neads her books and, of course, Dad needs his coffee.
a little bit too much space, but I don't mind, what do you think? comment what your opinion is.
Pretty isn't it?
The kitchen is a homey kitchen with just the right amount of ocean theme to make it a great beach house without you eating a sand sandwich rather than a peanut butter and jelly sandwich
The chairs are positioned so that the kids will be watching marvel movies while Mom makes breakfast.
As all the other rooms, too much space.
And no, I did not intend for that drawer to be open, probably going to bash Mom in the head when she goes into the kitchen