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A funky dining space

I found the following awesome space on The Village, and while I don't speak Russian, Google Translate tells me this is a space created by Herculis Studio. They might be a catering business, something culinary-related anyway, and they wanted a space to meet with clients and discuss projects and organize dinners and parties for friends. Just about all of the decor and furniture was purchased at flea markets around the world. I freaking LOVE this. Jo and I are flea market/thrift junkies and this space is so much fun and quirky and super cool. I can imagine spending hours in here with friends and family feasting and chatting and having a drink or 3. (Photos by Olga Eichenbaum)

Reader Comments (5)

Love the use of subway tiles. Happy weekend. Amy x

24 May 2013 | Unregistered CommenterAmy

in a word


24 May 2013 | Unregistered CommenterRupert Bocstrotter

@Rupert - thanks once again for the kind words.

24 May 2013 | Registered CommenterKiM

Oh my lord so busy! If it weren't broken up into the smaller pictures I think I would have been to overpowered to look at it! I like some of the individual elements but there is just way too much going on for one room!

24 May 2013 | Unregistered CommenterKaci

I for one love the individuality of this home!!! Made of all the things he/she loves! Especially enjoyed the shot with the motorcycle in the room as my 85 year old uncle has a vintage Harley in his open plan condo that he has been busy restoring over the years. As you can expect it has been a giggle amongst our family but makes him happy :))))! I sent him the picture saying that he was a trend setter and he emailed me back asking if I could get the details of the bike! :)

26 May 2013 | Unregistered CommenterDebby

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