Furniture. Thursday , November 30th , 2017 - 05:02:37 AM
Every Bond Villain Lair Ever Throughout the 007 film franchise, it has become a cliché that Bond villains talk too much, choose execution methods that are far too complex, and invest far too much money in home décor. Still, the spectacle of hideouts on private islands and the moon can be impressive. In The Spy Who Loved Me, the villains submersible lair is unforgettable. Paintings rise and reveal windows to an underwater world with sharks and giant fish. Since underwater construction can be prohibitively expensive (and complicated in respect to zoning laws), many homeowners may be tempted to recreate the effect with large aquariums. Sure, a giant aquarium isnt as expensive as a moon colony, but it can certainly come close. Dont forget to calculate maintenance costs, cleaning, and occasional fish replacements. Even if you have the maturity to resist getting a shark, its a fish eat fish world underwater.
Movie sets make all kinds of fantastic home décor ideas seem possible, but many of these ideas would have major downsides in real life. Willy Wonkas Chocolate Factory. The chocolate factory is a big inspiration to kids everywhere. The pre-teen audience salivates at the sight of the chocolate river, teacup flowers, and trees with balloon-like candy fruit. Who wouldnt want a gigantic room where everything is edible? A reasonable adult with foresight-thats who wouldnt want the biohazard of such a playspace. First, theres the impossible task of fending off insects and replacing expired candy trees. Secondly, inviting any guests to enjoy would be as biologically risky as sharing a lollipop with a group of friends. The only adult who would be interested in a room or house of candy is the witch in Hansel and Gretel.
Texas Chainsaw Massacre The murderous family in the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre movie isnt portrayed in a very favourable light. "Stand your ground" laws and "castle" doctrines give homeowners in many states the legal authority to kill intruders, and its arguably a social prejudice that favours guns over chainsaws for home defense. That said, resorting to cannibalism and using bones to make furniture perhaps takes things a bit too far. The 1974 film featured a love seat and other furniture decorated with bones, which isnt a terrible idea in itself. So many decades before Etsy, its understandable that crafty types would struggle through some trial and error with new ideas for home décor. Antlers and horns are now quite popular for chairs and other furniture, but human bones are legally problematic to collect and decoratively repurpose.
Any content, trademark/s, or other material that might be found on this site that is not this site property remains the copyright of its respective owner/s. In no way does Monique claim ownership or responsibility for such items, and you should seek legal consent for any use of such materials from its owner.