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Monday, May 16, 2011

Your thoughts please

26 comments:

Jimmy The Undercover Designer said...

Love it

Jane said...

There need to be some monks prostrating themselves on the floor, some incense and Gregorian chanting. That is an old church or something isn't it. ?

Very hard space to decorate, and they have done a bad job.

Camilla @ Designalogue said...

Is it a super heroes secret lair?

Kristen said...

i like it.

5th and state said...

brilliant!
the textures, the colors, the mystery........
debra

Southgate said...

Its beautiful to look at, but I absolutely couldn't live there. My parents had a log cabin when I was growing up, and that scared me away from any sort of wall surface that had to be dusted/cleaned. I'm way too OCD to NOT get up there dusting those damn stones, and it would drive me insane. :-)

Mrs BC said...

Is this pop up decor? Laneways are so popular these days...

erin@designcrisis said...

I think it would be tough to converse across the sea of coffee tables, but I also think I wouldn't give a damn because I'd be lounging ecstatically in that beautiful space.

tenderleaf said...

The messy art makes the room look messy. Moodern art against the rough walls would fix the room.

eileen said...

I like it. Needs some squishy pillows and snugly throws on the sofa to make it a little more comfy though.

Bri@Meyouandawiener said...

Is this a church or cave? I feel like you would have to shout to carry a conversation with your guest. Or simply give them a phone. Bam problem solved.

The Down East Dilettante said...

I'm with the 'beautiful, but' crowd on this one. Lots of stuff to flake off in there..

Oh, and one less coffee table.

Rex Kelly said...

I like the wabi-sabiness of the room and the painting of dinosaurs(?) is interesting. Overall, I think it's unique.

dwr said...

Pompeii's Christian Science Reading Room.

Interior Design Musings said...

Totally diggin' it. M.

redbrickbuilding said...

I think it's nice, though not exactly my taste. From a functionality point of view I would have gone for shorter sofas/broken the space into more than one seating area. It seems too cavernous an arrangement for people to converse comfortably.

Raina Cox said...

Jane and Bri - I'm not sure what the space is. My Spanish is a little rusty.

Southgate - Hello and welcome to this deliciousness!

dwr - *snort*

phillip said...

wonderful space. wish it was mine.

claire said...

Perfection. Look at those walls! x

laurel said...

Actually, I really like it. Maybe not the most cozy space ever, but it's lovely. :)

Paula said...

Really love the space... not sure about the dinosaur art, white sofas and coffee tables.

alison@MyLittleHappyPlace said...

It works for me, so long as it doesn't have a musty odor, I'm all over the natural walls.

dave said...

Spongebob Fancypants.

Bromeliad said...

A little Cro-Magnon, but I don't mind this one.

Sarah (La Maison Boheme) said...

I'm kind of into it. I think the art and the architecture is rad, the lamp and leather chairs in the foreground are very cool and the double coffee table is a good idea with that much space to work with. I also like the area rug. Yeah - I say I'm diggin' this.

vhiggs said...

Puff the Magic Dragon.
The ample space and three sofa idea is awesome but the sofas themselves? Yuck.