A Descriptive Essay on My House
Every individual is defined by his character and personality but it also cannot be denied that people look into the nature and type of the home, which shows the other intricate details of a person’s being. In addition, with a house comes different classes of families from all over the world depicting their own cultural heritage and tradition. Every house has a story of its own that has to be told and shared. This essay focuses on the inside and outside beauty of my house and how I have become attached to the essence and deeper meaning that it holds.
The Uniqueness, Classical and Upbeat Features of my House
The view outside of my house is a mixture of colors and beautiful scenery. A spatial garden filled with numerous plant types such as orchids and roses having that touch of professional landscaping that has been developed throughout the years could be easily seen. As visitors walk to the front porch, the walls and small fence attached to the house itself are painted with white and light green, which makes the image strikingly attractive to the eye. The door has that vintage light blue and white look with a quintessence type of golden doorknob. Upon entering my house, simplicity and an equal balance of mesmerizing smell of lavender and woman’s perfume fills the living room. Elegance could be easily spotted as one looks towards the centerpiece table and the rug underneath it evidencing class and a perfect match of golden brown and white carpet with a marble vase from Canada is perfectly placed on the table. There is another room at the left side leading to a library field with vintage, classic, and modern books. The shelves are five stories high made of pinewood and painted in black. A brown table is seen across the books with a calendar, picture frame and pointed calligraphy pen. A tall lamp is also seen beside the work table sculpted with flower stems and angelic figures from its feet to the head. A painting could also be seen hovering on the wall behind the desk. A girl in a white gown has been painted underneath a tree bursting with yellow flowers. Upon moving to the kitchen, a simple silver oven, microwave, cupboards, wooden drawers, kitchen sink and a large refrigerator with drawings from kids are placed on its doors through the help of magnets. The smell of a newly roasted turkey fills the whole room and reminds us of a fresh farm and a field of grasses and flowers.
Going to the dining area, a circle dining table with eight pink and blue chairs are styled in such a manner that shows how my family have studied, created, made and built every detail of the dining room. The utensils and plates are shining white and glistening in the ray of the sun that enters through the open windows. Most surprisingly are my two rooms inside the house, which is quite different from the classical look of my house in the outside up until the dining area. My master bedroom is filled with collectible toys and items where I have bought silver glass shelves and cabinets for my collection. There is also a 32 inches flat television screen attached to the wall opposite the king-sized bed. Posters of movies and cartoon characters are pasted on the walls with glass frames making the room look like a museum for Hollywood films and stories. The closet and cabinet for clothes and paraphernalia are all painted in white and blue with a glossy shine. There’s also a shelf for the designer shoes, slippers and sandals that have been hauled over the years. The other two rooms found in the hallway going to the living room are for laundry and boxes of all things collected in the past years. My house is a mixture of both classical and modern which signifies how I have not forgotten my historical and cultural background based on a long line of familial relations and at the same time of how much I appreciate the new and present designs. The variety of colors, pictures and displays inside my house will surprise and awaken the curiosity of the visitors.