Sometimes I feel I’m trying on other people’s homes like clothes in a shop. Does this look good on me? Is it a good fit? Often what looks good on the rack just doesn’t work when you try it on. Sometimes what looks great in the magazines, the trends, the hottest looks, the must haves for 2016 for your home are just like the cheap and cheerful fashion fads that we all rush to buy and then wonder why we ever did. Like my last post I think I would be very comfortable in this West Village apartment by New York-based Bachman Brown Design. It too is all about making the most of the architectural bones and a collection of furniture and favourite pieces gathered over time. A second “second skin” for today.
Oh yes, well described Jared. Now who lives in a house like this? That library in pics 1 and 2 with the easy armchairs, the blue lamp, the big sofa, the cheery art must belong to someone who delights in a wee bit of color and living life well. Thank you for sharing, its lovely.
Jared Hayden says:
I'm in total agreement. It's a wonderful home and a testament to the person who lives there. Rather like a favorite pair of old Levi's–not suitable for the red carpet, but you want to wear them every single day.