While I don't agree with all of your design choices (I find the chandelier a little jarring in context), I'm voting for the scene in which I would most like to live. Yours is the only one. Such a depth of comfort - I sigh just looking at it. And the early 20th c. vibe, when the writer's imagination took us to worlds we had never seen. Well done!
The Writer's Romantic Supper by Maxwell Gillingham-Ryan for Apartment Therapy Bloomingdale's Big Window Challenge 2010, Room #2 | Apartment Therapy New York
|1/20/10 3:11 PM|
Esther, You are an inspiration. I am a home organizer and am always trying to get my clients to transform small 'junk' spaces into dedicated, useful, ones. Every single client has trouble picturing the final product, so your space will now be an example for future clients. Love the idea of covering the magnetic strips!
Apartment Therapy San Francisco | Esther's Craft Closet Before and After
|8/1/08 12:56 PM|
I brought a half-used roll of paper towels to my new home in 1989, and found them again when I moved out ten years later. That HUGE home held me, a large messy husband, three kids, two dogs and lots of teen visitors. I have never missed the paper. Cloth towels and rags are so much more convenient--and environmentally kind of course.
Apartment Therapy New York | A Paper Towel-less Life
|6/6/08 7:54 PM|