31.3.11

Take Heart










If you ever fear you've got too much clutter on your inspiration board to gain any real clarity from it.....take heart.

I was strangely drawn to this place, even though it fritzes out my neurological infrastructure just a little bit.

Images from chicago home + garden

8 comments:

Kerry said...

Wowzers! That frazzles even my very non- minimalist brain:)

edwinaowenselliott.com said...

I see a huge family tree and the photos as hundreds of "leaves". Very cool but hell to take down on moving day.

David Toms said...

Somehow it all works. I love the portrait of the young man in the first photo and its random placement.

Kendall said...

Wow. This place is stunning to look at but it would be hell to live there!

pandora said...

Creative imperfection. I think the growing number of interiors in design mags such as these are a reflection of the influence of The Selby on the lives of the hip and cool (and those that aspire to such). Minimalism is now for McMansions. The uber cool have moved one (a la The Selby). This recent Wall Street Journal article captures the zeitgeist well. The Rise of the Personal:
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703858404576214554003291400.html

I am all for comfortable lived in interiors but beware...they are but a few steps away from the proverbial 'dog's breakfast' (as I commented on in one of your recent posts). Nonetheless, good to see some of life's detritus on display!

la la Lovely said...

I know... I'm with you. Love it but I'm sure if it was my own it would make me a little crazy. So interesting though.

Snowdon said...

wow, that is quite awesome! I thought my walls were crowded, but yes I like it, it works!

Amanda said...

So much to look at. So much to take in, but quite amazing. Sort of a gentle mans club meets messy dorm, and strangely appealing!

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