Reader’s home

Posted on Tue, 21 Sep 2010 by midcenturyjo

Reader Laurel Walter lives in southern Oregon and this is her fabulous home. These shots were taken by Matthew Millman (my earlier post on Matthew here) for a magazine feature. Laurel says her home is a trifecta project involving herself and Jennifer Bright, her partner in their interiors styling business, Twist, and Dewayne Lumpkin, owner of Home Economics. Unfortunately the magazine folded and Lauren’s home remained unpublished but I am so jealous because Laurel has these amazing photos! I spy so much that I love. I’m ticking off the industrial items and found objects that I want for my place but most of all I’d kill for a wonderful outdoor room like Laurel’s.

Eowynabinadi says:

there's so much light coming in, absolutely beautiful. I too love the book carousel.

Sarah says:

Amazing home! So calm and peaceful. The mix of natural, vintage, and industrial elements strikes a great balance. Also the globe collection is unusual and really adds to the character of the space.

Lea says:

Luv the floorlamps in the dining area. So much creativity in this space!

Chari says:

I think the book carosel looks just like the carosel that holds hardware for sale at the store Anthroplogie- i wonder!!

Carol says:

The best thing about this house??? The warm and loving persons who inhabit and share it!

Holy CRAP! I am in love.

Jane says:

LOVELY. Oh where oh where did they get that book carousel?

Laurel says:

It's a vintage nail bin….from the hardware store! Dewayne found it!

geff popejoy says:

The epitome of living .. life becoming art. Layered living
at its tastiest * You are in tune with the essence that
elevates even the weariest of visitors. Thank you.

Sally says:

Lolly, unbelievably wonderful! Love all the globes–so much to love!

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