When it comes to anime room decorations, the most popular choice is a white one

There are plenty of anime rooms, including one in an industrial park in the Sydney CBD that is the official home of AnimeRoom.

The decor includes white walls, a white wall art table and a white white wall with a white textured design.

The artwork is inspired by a popular anime character.

The only other anime room in Australia is a small space on the side of the property in the inner-Sydney suburb of Parramatta.

It’s called Anime Room in Parramatan.

It’s not the only room, but it is the most prominent.

It is owned by a man who has lived in the property for about six years.

“It’s pretty simple.

You’re just going to have white walls and a little white space, and you can’t have any artwork,” he said.”

We just wanted to create something that would be appropriate for an area that was very industrial and that’s where we live.”

The artwork is really simple and the white is just a bit of a subtle colour to give the room some character.

“It is not the first time a white room has been used in an anime room.

In August 2015, an entire floor of the space was decorated with a black wall with white textural designs and white curtains.

In April, an artist in Melbourne painted a white floor of a room in the CBD.

And last year, a man in Sydney painted a small room of white walls in the suburb of Richmond with white lettering.

In an interview with News.co.uk in 2014, the artist behind the artwork said he wanted to highlight the lack of diversity in the industry and he hoped it would create a dialogue for young people.”

I’ve never done anything like this before, so I think this is my chance,” he told the outlet.”

My intention was to use this as a tool for the younger generation to think about their own experiences and what they’ve experienced, what their friends have experienced, and what their teachers and colleagues have experienced.

“When I look at the work that I’ve done and what’s been done in the past and see that the industry is still very male-dominated, I feel like that’s not acceptable.”

He also said he believed that the white walls were a reference to the way anime was traditionally portrayed in Japan, and a symbol of Japan’s cultural isolation.

“In Japan, the artwork is very white and very Japanese,” he explained.

“There’s very little black in the art, and there’s a very strong emphasis on white, so it’s very important for me that it’s a positive and positive image for a community that’s really struggling with its identity.”