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Display Name: OG
Member Since: 4/21/08

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my kind of girl! Eclectic, thoughfull, not cluttered, but something interesting everywhere you look.
And as an aside, "dead things" are a lovely homage to the beauty of life.


Apartment Therapy Chicago | Midwest #23: Stephanie's Life of Pie
4/23/08 06:36 AM

sweet eclecticism.


Apartment Therapy Los Angeles | Southwest #16: Courtney Alex's Eccentric Pad
4/23/08 06:28 AM

Nothing I haven't seen before, but it is indeed lovely.


Apartment Therapy Los Angeles | Southwest #6: Gary's Concrete Cell
4/23/08 06:24 AM

This is not my bag.


Apartment Therapy Los Angeles | Southwest #9: Gretchen's "The Place I Call Home"
4/23/08 06:19 AM

oh dear.
When you make more money, throw out everything and start over. Charming to have photos on display, but there's a thing called albums. It does look like you are a nice person, and have done as much as possible to make a comfortable place to have friends over.


Apartment Therapy Los Angeles | Southwest #15: Jodie Ann's Nice Nest
4/23/08 06:18 AM

While nice, this looks like you just bought the model loft and left it at that. Nothing strikes me as personal. Nor does the size seem small or a challenge.


Apartment Therapy Los Angeles | Southwest #2: Tanya's Industrial Chic
4/23/08 06:15 AM

Very Bev Hills without being over done. I quite like your choices. Palette is good, however the apartment looks dark - it may just be the time of day photos were shot.
Nice job.


Apartment Therapy Los Angeles | Southwest #13: Rebecca Joe's LA pad
4/23/08 06:14 AM

I've just outlined this 375' in my AutoCad. Yikes. As a designer myself, I would find this an enourmous challenge, however what the owner has achieved is a sense of zen-like tranquility and lack of clutter. A lot is left to the imagination in the photos - I think they could have given us a bathroom shot (I'm assuming that's through the slightly cracked door) by opening it a bit, and some wider views utilising the mirrors to show both sides.
Overall, this "beachhouse" seems a success to me.
I completely agree with whitewashing or painting the loft white - it will go with virtually any colour combination you ever move to, and open the very small space as well.
Given only 5 shots i would have replaced the trunk with another POV of the studio. Overall, I think this is a superb use of minimalism without feeling cold.
May I come and visit?
Good job.


Apartment Therapy Los Angeles | Southwest #23: Tisha's Airy Studio
4/23/08 06:08 AM

Everything is in its place, and there's a place for everything. While tres moderne, it is not overly dramatic nor overzealous. Looks fab and comfy, not intimidating, but grand. Love it.


Apartment Therapy Los Angeles | Southwest #24: Lincoln's Three and a Half Stories
4/23/08 05:56 AM

You certainly have a lovely flair, and the photos show us a good amount. However, I see to much "Ikea" resemblance, which is just a personal issue - I could see you thinking out of the box a bit as that is obviously your strong point by integrating some different styles in. I would live here though, if you took away just a few things.


Apartment Therapy Los Angeles | Southwest #26: Rachel's Marina Vintage Studio
4/23/08 05:48 AM

Many lovely touches and pieces, resulting in a unique feel for a small space. That aside, I just can't help but imagine Auntie Mame spending a bit too much time looking for her "top drawer". To me, small generally connotes utilizing space to give the feeling of space. This appears rather cramped. I'd love to see what you would do with more of a footprint.


Apartment Therapy Chicago | Midwest #25: Greg's Tiny French Chateau
4/23/08 05:42 AM