|via Lemons and Laundry|
You know what I love? Interior spaces that are stuffed full of things that when viewed separately, don't really belong together. But then, being assembled in the same room they suddenly, as if by magic, appear as a cohesive whole. It shouldn't work. But it does. And if done well, the space becomes a sort of artwork - a painting of itself. Brilliant.
For instance, this photo below. If you said to a client, "I'm thinking two pieces of art - one modern and one Renaissance, ethnic prints, cowhide covered french arm chairs, a swivel task lamp, a sisal headboard and sail stripes on the floor," they would think you were mad. But no - its awesome.
|via Brabourne Farm|
|via Deco Photo|
|via Design Sponge|
|Marjorie Skouras Design|
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