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  • Anonymous says:

    Good to see you’re doing well man! I don’t envy the apartment costs in copenhagen tho! try and get to bed before 5am now you are totally in control of your own destiny!

  • Onij says:

    Here’s some of my ideas I plan to do once I get my place; Latex curtains, latex recliner or bean bag, latex shower curtains, latex table clothes, latex pillows & spreads ( like a complete bed set) and thats all i can think of for now.

    Forever ur fan
    Master Onij

  • 3xL says:

    Great ideas Onij! The supreme must be a waterbed with latex bedsheets, pillows and all… Imagine how that must feel! Pure joy!

  • FoxZatt says:

    How about some rubber art? That could be paintings, prints or fetish photography. 3D Rubber art and sculptures – an inflatable rubber cactus or a classic greek-sculpture encased in shiny black latex. Or something abstract or minimalist – Coloured latex stretched over a canvas for example.
    And what about those spiky rubber cushions and sofas? I remember seeing them years ago, strangely, they even had one in the London Science Museum. Can you still buy those?
    Z :)

  • Dark says:

    If you want to do some serious fetish interiors you can get some plywood panels and some foam and make rubber upholsterd wall panels. The could be any size… full height or smaller squares. You need to get some invisible hanger clips… soft bouncy and rubber.. and the place will be latex aroma filled.

    You can do a rubber upholstered platform bed and head board.

  • Anonymous says:

    Is the girls included in the bedding?

  • 3xL says:

    A upholsterd head board sounds COOL! Will have to look into that! Super idea Dark!

  • Anonymous says:

    Sounds like a latex lover’s dream pad. But i think that you need to have some floor coverings, too, such as rubber “throw rugs” for the kitchen and bathroom. i also liked the aforementioned idea of rubber curtains and rubber wall hangings. You can also buy some cheap sculptures and dip them in liquid latex (you wouldn’t want to do that with something extremely valuable!) Alternatively, there is some “dip” or spray-on rubber that you can buy in hardware stores for coating handles of tools. Because of the chemicals in it, it isn’t good for the skin, but you can certainly use it on decorations around the apt., and it is a whole bunch cheaper than LqdL8x. heck, you can even use the spray stuff to coat furniture, like the dining room table.

    Oh, and for a really interesting conversation piece, use an elevated vac table for the living room coffee table…

  • Anonymous says:

    Latex wallpaper… ;)

  • Anonymous says:

    Hey I Love what you have done with house, Have you any more plans for the house or garden.

    Dave B
    Teesside England

  • 3xL says:

    Garden? Well… I was thinking about planting some Rubber Trees! ;)

  • Fast Fist says:

    If you go for latex sheets you need to go for black to ensure nothing can ever stain them. White may be glamorous but boy does it absorb color!
    For summer a single fitted sheet with a thin sheet over the top is fine. For winter you could fit an additional rubber doona/duvet cover, although good luck in finding one sized to match the standard sizes for your country. We looked into making them at Very Latex at one stage but costs were prohibitive for the material alone. Perpetually tempting though.
    It is really easy to staple latex over the top of old cheap furniture, you just have to choose the right kind, and hey presto fetish furniture.

    Love your work. Cheers, Fast

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