I live in the same building as Suki and love our 1928 building. All of the units have a funky touch with an arragement of colors in the bathroom tile work -- some have pink tile, others mint green, a few yellow and some blue like Suki's. It's an amazing building and the folks live there for the simple reason that it is such a cool space and you can really individualize it like Suki has...I completely agree with Suki's sentiment that is definitely far from the typical box studio...which is why I was willing to live in a smaller space.
Suki's Small Studio in Seattle
|1/28/11 3:29 PM|
Love the vintage. Love the fact you guys do what you can and reuse objects that are out there. Love the creativity and the personalization of your home. I can actually tell you live there! You get my insta-finalist vote!
#11 - Johnny and Adam's Vintage Nature Nook
|4/25/07 11:19 AM|
I'm glad you commented, Kelly and Gregory, as I felt like many others when looking at your entry...how could anyone compete with an architect and money. But it sounds like you've both worked for it. Cheers for that.
#9 Kelly Gregoryâ€™s - Lilâ€™ Italy Conversion
|4/22/07 8:47 AM|
#2 - Laura's Renovation Inspiration
|4/18/07 5:58 PM|
gggreg's comment is inappropriate; just because it's not your thing doesn't mean it's a "shitbox." i haven't looked through all of the contenders yet, but the ones that look simple and stark have been called out as "hotel rooms" and in need of personality...why is it that someone who has entered this contest with his honestly non-extravagant entry gets lambasted for having TOO MUCH personality/clutter in his home?
#11: Pipe Organ's Platformed Pad
|4/17/07 6:35 PM|