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Wow! Interesting to say the least.

Great idea for an attic! {Why do I so love this. I used to build forts all the time when I was a kid. That's probably why!}

Tree Lights in his bedroom. This is awesome. I'm already half-done painting the tree...

It feels strange to me, the glamorization of decay in these and other styled photos. I've seen houses here that are falling apart like that and it is not cosy, not glamorous. Not comfortable. Not healthy. I can see the romance of it, too...but now I think to myself,, 'it would be so gross to live with all that damp (and the mold it surely hides)'.

  • Delphine Doreau

    There is indeed a huge difference between the glorious patina of a perfectly maintained Roman al fresco 18th century paint and mold on an old wall. I love vintage but I'm deadly allergic to dust and mold!

  • Eireann .

    Going into old houses here, you see this sort of thing (look along the ceiling/wall joint in the photos) and it's a mark of long poverty, long tenantism, or jsut decay. I also love the old look. But I shudder sometimes when I see models in old houses where the set's been staged to look more decayed--and that's supposed to be glamorous. It is just cold and dingy and disgusting in real life! ;)

  • Natalia B.

    its not a house Its an art coffeeshop interior It was in Sopot near railway station now it was moved to Gdansk

  • Delphine Doreau

    It's so nice to know more about it, thanks for sharing Natalia!

I really like organized chaos in my living space... especially with these dark romantic colours.. :3 can't help it!

I am SO extremely in LOVE with this whole set up right here. AHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥♥♥

I realize this is a children's room...but I still want it badly

Have a natural sleep

makeup station. could I do this in a closet instead of an office to get me out of the bathroom and leave it open to use for my man? YES I COULD!!

garden rooms by matirose, via Flickr