OK, so I pictured her as an artist who would go round scouring charity shops and flea markets for things that caught her eye. I figured that she would then re-upholster and re-paint the things she found so that they looked right in her home:
Overhead - Downstairs
Overhead - Garden
Overhead - Upstairs
Downstairs, as you enter the house, is a comfy chair, with bits and pieces on it, including mail, plus a wall mounted shoe rack with all her fancy shoes (she's a self confessed shoe addict!). Immeadiately as you go into the living area there's the stairs, which have a railing next to the wall, and then she has a study corner under the stairs, where she stores canvasses, a drawing board and some water colours, as well as a couple of handbags and cleaning stuff. She also has a dining table with four chairs next to the stairs, so that people can eat there if there's no space left on the sofa. The television area is separated by an screen that she painted herself after a trip to India, with a three seater sofa and a comfy chair. The TV is just a small wall mounted affair, with a shelf above and a tiny console underneath, but it means that a few knick-knacks can be on display. The kitchen has been re-done by her father, he found a small fridge for her which fits inside the counters, and he found some cheap marble that has orange streaks in it, which she loves, and she painted the handles of the cupboards to match, as well as the trashcompactor door. The hob was installed into the surface of the countertops to give her more space, and rather than cupboards, everything goes in there, or on hooks above the counters.
*seating for 5*
Upstairs was completely open plan, just a small wall keeping the toilet and sink seperate from the sleeping area. She had installed an over-sized fishtank in place of windows, because it made her relax at night. Again, nothing really matched, but she had a bed with built in bedside tables, which she'd again painted in orange, and in front of the bed she had put a dresser, on top of which she had a second TV, some reading books and her dream diary, which often inspired her paintings. The bathtub was a huge round affair, with a couple of her old toys either side, and a bag hanging on the wall with her shampoo and shower gel in it. The sink was an old thing that she'd found in a charity shop, like most of her furniture, and she had pinned a fun sign up next to the toilet, which had made her think of far too many of her friends!
*Double bed, bathtub and full-figure mirror (just seen in the corner of the top picture*
Outside was her "party" area. There was a covered barbecue area, complete with a wine fridge, plus three barstools. Again, they didn't match, but they did have the same upholstery on them, a fun hawaiian design. Then her washing line was underneath the palm trees her Mum had bought her, which seperated her beach refuge and painting area from the fire pit. The firepit was an odd design that had caught her eye, and she'd found a set of six pillows that were used instead of chairs. The beachy area had a small pool with a fountain and a pile of sand with semi-built and destroyed sandcastles, plus a lounger for if she wanted a model to paint.
*Easel and sun lounger*
Album with more pictures
PLEASE, I found this insanely hard!