I’m still riffing on Thomas O’Brien, as I dig his New York digs. The ceiling height here is nothing to sneeze at – the chest itself is significant and the mirror atop it substantial as well. But the mullions deliver the drama. The only thing keeping me from painting my mullions is cowardice and fear. In my “curtains and windows” folder there are no fewer than a dozen images with black mullions. Some are metal and some are painted, but I love them all the same.
Veranda, I think.
and modern as well.
Pretty on the inside and the outside.
Trina Turk and Jonathan Skow’s LA home, designed by J.R. Davidson.
In one of my first apartments, I had a shower with a window in it. My landlord did not apply this jazzy treatment, but, oh, how I wish he had. (I wish he’d installed air conditioning as well.)
And then, by way of House Beautiful this month, Jeffery Bilhuber gained entrance to the file. There are rooms that make you want to rip out everything you have with your bare hands and start over on Monday. This is one of those rooms for me. Wow.
Jeffrey Bilhuber, House Beautiful, Nov. 2007.
I wonder where the boys put my sledgehammer?