Gosh I miss it already!
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Nick, everything is done with superb taste and with such a good eye. I think your home is absolutely beautiful. I think there's a real art to decorating with vintage modern furniture that includes knowing when to exercise restraint, how to use iconic or even kitschy pieces sparingly but to dramatic effect and how to mix them with other periods. You have that talent. Your home is warm and inviting and wonderfully decorated.
I have to echo Dana's comment, you struck a nice, tasteful balance. Awesome furniture choices, that credenza (9th pic) is to die for. You have several of the starburst clocks but they don't appear overkill to me. Of course, I have to compliment you again for the way you showcase the Olivetti Studio 44 with the giant jacks and gooseneck lamp. Cheers, Nick.
Can I...can I just visit and lay on the floor and absorb it all? Just amazing.
Your house is dreamy ;-) If I were still in school, I'd tape pictures of it inside my locker. I can't tell you how jealous I am that you have three loungers. Everything is so beautifully displayed, not in that 'curated' way, but comfortably. It's a great house and you should be proud.
Do you really need 3, THREE!!, Eames-ish lounge chairs? ;) Of course you do! :) This is a house that doesn't feel like a "show" house. It's very livable, without being over the top. Nicely done!
Well, I echo every comment on this page... I LOVE your house! Especially the fact that it looks so gingerbread on the outside and so metro on the inside...
Its beautiful! You've done such a great job with your home.
Thanks everyone. Coming from a group with such fine taste, that's high praise. There's still A LOT left to do though, so stay tuned.
So very lovely! I love the folded blanket at the end of the master bedroom bed. Was it a random find?
The blanket was actually purchased from my college yoga instructor for use in her class. I'm not sure where she got them, but I assume that they were bought new.
Hey Nick! You bought a navajo rug from me last year...anyway, I'm wondering...those two Dansk mini-candle holders on your kitchen eames table; where did you find those? I just saw a pair at an antique mall and really wanted to buy them. So cool. I think you need some candles now ;)Phil
Hey. Good to see you the other night. The Dansk candle holders were a present from my brother, but I think he bought them from Etsy. You can find quite a few on Ebay as well.http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_trksid=p2047675.m570.l1313.TR6.TRC2.A0.Xdansk+candle&_nkw=dansk+candle&_sacat=0&_from=R40
The paint-by-number above your guest room bed caught my eye. I have two that appear to be from the same series. I found them separately a couple of months apart. I suspected there might be another. I love your home. So many cool things to look at and be inspired by.
You'd never guess from the exterior what's inside. That's quite the collection of Eames chairs - how many are there total? Looks great - what projects are you working on currently?
Check out my latest post! Just redid a few Burke chairs. Next big project will be repairing a few of the walls and repainting the whole house.
Great house tour! Wonderful taste. I just found your blog via your link to mine, so happy to be here :)
Thanks MMM. I always enjoy seeing your latest finds.
Nick, so wonderful to see your house all set. I am officially in love with you, your taste and your styling :). When can I get a short write up and pics to show case your awesome home on my blog. :)
Love, it all! Just starting our Mid-Century collections and have a few great pieces but I can see it all come together nicely with what you have. Having a tough time not wanting to throw away anything that isn't actually Mid-Century:( Nicely done decorating!