We live in dwellings that we call home, our domestic environment; but how is the home defined? How do the items we use in the home define us? How in the use of these items are we creating and enriching our homes and domestic lives? What of the external things that we bring into it and how do they affect us and it? These are some of the questions that have instigated this piece of work. Also fundamental to this piece was the approach of investigating the domestic environment through the banal aesthetic and the inanimate objects that identify with it. It is hoped that by considering these mundane, banal everyday objects and scenes, they may allow time to reflect and consider our own domestic sphere, and consider answers to the questions highlighted. It is hoped that these images may help provide the stuff for dreaming and provoke thought and reflection upon the modern capitalist consumerist society we inhabit. Siegfried Kracauer highlighted how photography can allow the most banal and mundane aspects of everyday life to be drawn out, and their commonality to everyone exposed, identifying these as “products of habit and the microscopic interaction, they form a resilient texture which changes slowly and survives wars, epidemics earthquakes and revolutions”. In essence I have tried to cut through the everyday domestic environment and make the familiar object unfamiliar, not just from the visual stand point but also from a conceptual aspect of what a domestic environment is to you.