Driven by an interest in what ordinary means and what is accepted as normal in our daily lives, this project finds its origin in a law that indirectly says a home can only be a home if it consists of at least a table, a chair and a bed. It is the objective way to look at what makes a home, but when you look at these objects, as picked by the inhabitant of the home and arranged by that person, it becomes a lot more, namely a portrait of the person living in a house. The objectiveness of the objects becomes a subjective portrait of a person. What do these items and their arrangement say about a person?