Aye, if you go to one of the many apartment buildings- one that is pale gray in color- in Fangsten, up the side stairs to the tiptop of the building, you'll be at Slamet's flat. The stairs are short and narrow, and are more sturdy then they appear, with a handrail and a wall at each side. Once it levels out, there's a small black box on one side with a flat for mail, and fancy numbers- "47"- on the white door. It swings open with the touch of a steel doorknob, and with one more step your there in the rather ugly shaded carpets and walls.
Not the nicest house at all in the world, it's all carpet that's a weird shade of red/pinkish brown, with tight corners and very small. The only exception to the carpets is in the kitchen and bathroom, which have tiles plastered all around them. The walls are all the same- dulled, off-white yellow that looks rather bad.
The kitchen is very simple- it has a fridge, a few appliances, and a table, and is crowded and hardly ever used. The bathroom is a complete mess- the mirror has a minor crack in it, the tiles on the wall are chipped and broken in some spots, and the place is unorganized, like the rest of the house, is very small and cramped for both humans and wolverines. There is also a main room, like a living room- with a too-large couch and TV. However, there are two bedrooms- which are a lot more open. One bedroom has only a small dresser and a bed, while the other larger one, Slamet's,
That's about it- it's normally cluttered with whatever Slamet DOES own, and quite often there's not much to be used as part of clutter- but the small, tightness of the house makes it seem a lot more messy when there's really only a tiny mess.