Julie and her young son, Henry, were offered the chance to live at the base of a tropical fruit farm in Southern California, about a mile from the Pacific ocean. Included in the deal was a small studio within the packing facility to create her large–scale abstract paintings. Too good to be true, right? The only catch? She'd have to rehab an existing Airstream trailer and garden shed as her home. The resulting living situation is imaginative, inviting and absolutely wild.
This was actually one of the first images I posted when I started this blog in January. Paaaaainfully patrician, or at least doing a good job faking it. Do be sure to notice the mahogany and gilt pedimented mirror, the blue and white umbrella stand in the corner and the brilliant wave detailing on the stairs. bluebloodsnob: Country house in Millbrook, NY by architect Gil Schafer
mixed oriental rugs