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Maddie Sadofski L.A. native Maddie Sadofski has always been inspired by the glamor of the film industry. She is co-owner and director of Thanks for the Memories, where designers, celebrities, treasure hunters, and museums converge to find clean-lined, original, and beautifully restored furniture from the 1920s through the '70s, paired with fun (and often rare) accessories. Her decorating advice? "Don't worry about what goes with what. Buy what you really love and it will all work together."
More than 2 ppl should mean more laundry machines!! .... Now if only someone would invent a folding machine!
Arranging your wall is an art & easy to get it wrong. I love the lived in feel of this one.
From my home, new art (to me) dictates a new arrangement and photo. Painting is by Jan Danziger, 1970.
The Tulip Stairs, inside the Queen's House, Greenwich Park in London.
ZsaZsa Bellagio – Like No Other: Shabby Chic Beautiful
lucerne road house/daniel marshall architects
NOIR ALL OVER IN LYON Designer: Maison Hand Photographer: Romain Ricard Source: Elle Decoration
fearon hay architects / harbour edge house, auckland