In what seems to be my only reoccuring feature on here, here are some new places I found and fell in love with. As always, pictures are from all over – I don’t mean to discredit the owners/photographers but I just have too many pictures to keep track. Let’s begin:
I believe this was posted on AT because of the fact it had three prints hanging in a square formation – but didn’t hang up a fourth. Lots of colors, neutral carpet and a really funky chair are what I like about this one.
For how much time everyone spends in the kitchen, I think it’s ironic when people skimp here. This house/apt. obviously pulled out all the stops. I really like the stainless smoke hood and the high-gloss white cabinets make this kitchen look good. Not too much a fan of the walls or flooring, and everything else may be a little too clean and perfect.
Aside from the Apple TV and vintage poster prints, I need that stuffed animal. If I’m not mistaken, it’s from Where the Wild Things Are. Antiques and collectibles are something I find really interesting but oftentimes ugly. But this person made the room very comfortable and unique.
The two above pictures are from this industrial building turned home/work-space in Atlanta. My dream home would definitely look very similar to this. My only beef is with the bedroom/living room/dining room – that ceiling would look much better repainted all white.
This makes me regret throwing away a lot of my magazines. Not sure what magazine that is (wallpaper?) but I definitely like it. And does anyone know what those 001-333, 667-999 and 334-666 books are? I’ve seen them before but can’t seem to figure it out online. EDIT: Found the books.
This is what you do when you need a few different machines. 1. Buy matching stainless appliances. 2. Throw them on a nice matching cart. And 3. give them proper color. I think even without the orange watering pot, the green dog and red mug would have been sufficient.
So many more pictures. When I actually do have my own apartment, it’s going to be so hard to narrow down what I want. I need very little but want a lot.