Answer a question. The question is very materialistic in nature and not in the least productive, however, it is a question I find interesting.
If money was not an object, what would my house be like?
Why This Challenge?
I don’t know really. It is a common question asked, and it is fun to ponder. That is kind of it.
I brainstormed what rooms I would like, such as a library, an office and a sauna. (I know, extravagant, but unlimited money plus health benefits blah blah blah). I then went into more detail, such as a walk-in pantry. I did not get into tiny details, such as colour and materials as preferences for them change seasonally. It was a fairly boring design, the main components being:
- Surrounded by rainforest, or at the very least a lot of trees. However, still within 20 minutes’ drive from a major town.
- Three floors total, the third of which consisting of only the bedroom and ensuite.
- Completely self-reliant, off-grid and eco-friendly.
- A personal sauna.
- An edible and ideally beautiful garden.
- Very open plan, with lots of glass outer walls.
What I’ve Learned.
I have learned that dreaming big is not only fun, but it sets an image into your mind for something to achieve and motivate you.
Also, in direct contrast to June 12th’s theme of anti-materialism, it is enjoyable to imagine yourself in a luxury house.