Kaizar's Apartment Therapy Part One

I rented this apartment about two months ago and it is still a work in progress. (Even the doors are not painted yet) My living room is a black-and-white affair with a splash of colours and is 70% done. 
I like how the entertainment center turned out because most of my time at home spend playing games, watching TV and karaoke with my family and friends who visits me sometimes.  I wished I could buy a bigger coffee table so my friends and I can play card or board games on it but the space doesn't allow it. The dining area has ample space in case many guests came to dine. (Need to find a new exciting table runner / table cloth soon) I still need to add some chairs plus variety cushions (and a wing chair for the host!) to entertain more guests and probably a consule table to put more frames, candles and vases of flowers on it. (Received as birthday gifts throughout the years)
The display cabinet, obviously from IKEA is the focal point of my living room. I plan to hang more paintings in the future to fill the blank wall space and changing the pendant lamp to a nice chandelier someday. I have lots of books, all of them still unpacked and I'm trying to figure out how to put a nice, big bookcase with the space constraint.
I also like the kitchen because most of what I need is already in place with adequate storage space. (Shopping list: blender, microwave, vacuum).
My next project would be to tackle the bedrooms. There are three bedrooms; two bedrooms which has no furnitures yet and another one has been turned to closet room and is yet to be edited.
Things that I couldn't change are the bathrooms and the flooring. There are two bathrooms and I wished I could turn them into just one big bathroom and add a bath tub, if only the owner would approved the idea. :)

Watch: Game Of Throne Ep 1: Winter I Coming

Adapted from George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire, the premiere episode of HBO's fantasy epic Game of Thrones, Winter Is Coming was quite enchanting and invites us into the world of Westeros by introducing the important locations and some of the feuding families at a relaxed pace.
It started with the Wight Walkers and the south direwolves. Lord Eddard Stark (Sean Bean) from Winterfell of north, the King's most trusted and loyal friend. His late sister, Lyanna was the King's lost love. He and his wife, Catelyn has five children, Robb, Sansa who wants to marry the prince Joffrey Baratheon and become the queen, Arya the naughty, Branson the climber and Rickon. Other characters introduced are his bastard son Jon Snow and brother Benjen from The Wall.

From King's Landing in south, the capital of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros, King Robert Baratheon and his Queen Cersei Lannister who secretly incest with her own twin brother, Jaime. The King personally travelled to the North and requested Ned to be the Hand of the King, after the last one, Jon Arynn, murdered by the Lannisters who want the throne as well. Jon's wife, Lysa Tully is Ned's wife's sister. The queen's brother, Tyrion (The Imp) gave the most memorable line, "Every dwarves is bastard in his father's eye".

Then the last remaining heir of the previous dynasty of blonde Targaryens who took off to Pentos, across the Narrow Sea, the brother Viserys and beautiful sister Daenerys who was married off to Khal Drogo, a barbaric, eastern desert-dwelled Dothraki horse lord (the longer Dothraki's hair, the stronger they are) so that the brother can get an army and reclaim the throne. The episode ended with Jaime pushing Branson from the tower.

Anyway, boobs and blood is everywhere in the series. Unlike LOTR, it's more of RPG games, Bethesda's Elder Scrolls with the complexity of Bioware RPGs.