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Monday, November 25, 2013

Your thoughts, please

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32 comments:

helent said...

Unicorn's shag pad

Coulda shoulda woulda said...

bow chicky bow bow...

Kerry Steele- Design du Monde said...

Is this Christina Aguilera's house? Its fugly.

Peeke said...

Xanadu!!!!!

(I swear that coffee table is a miniature version of the rotating stage from the movie)

Interior Design Musings said...

My daughter would give an arm for this set up in her room! M.

Cathy Wall said...

Disingenuous complementary colors, yikes!

Jill said...

baah-BAH--bah-bah-bah-daah-dah....I dream of Jeanie. Maybe it's the the purple chandelier, or the shag carpet, or the shiny wallpaper, or the curved yellow sofa, or the white jars on the coffee table, or-well-the whole darn thing.

eddielicious said...

Well, I went to Univ of Washington so i'm digging the purple and gold (yellow) color scheme... or they're big Lakers fans? you know, maybe the Kobe Fathead on the other wall was just left out of this photo?

Little Bitty Damn Houze said...

"Psychedelic Shack"


Psychedelic shack,
that's where it's at
Psychedelic shack,
that's where it's at
Psychedelic shack,
that's where it's at
Psychedelic shack,
that's where it's at
People let me tell you about a place I know
To get in it don't take much dough
Where you can really do your thing, oh yeah
It's got a neon sign outside that says
Come in and take a look at your mind
You'd be surprised what you might find, yeah
Strobe lights flashin' way till after sundown
People gather there from all parts of town
Oh yeah, what do I call it
You know it's just across the track
People I'm talking about
the psychedelic shack

Debra Phillips said...

this is too cruel for a monday morn raina!

sanctuaryhome said...

I really want it to be a backstage at an awards show rather than a real life room people are expected to live in. Either way it is heinous, but if it is just a temporary installation, I can at least keep my faith in humanity through the rest of the day.

Jessica said...

I'm scared of that chandelier.

Leslie at Lekalia Interiors said...

Seriously, how do you come up with this? I was all set to say "I dream of Jeannie" -- but I noticed someone said it before me. Poo.

Hans said...

Go Lakers?

The Down East Dilettante said...

Ya know? It doesn't bear much resemblance to the East Coast WASP axis decor I spend most of my time around---and is that a bad thing? These folks had an idea, and they went with it---boy did they went with it---and I bet they give groovy parties.

home before dark said...

It looks like Jamie Drake's brain exploded.

Kimberly Lemmon said...

Anxiety producing.

ChrisToronto said...

up, up and over the top but I like it anyway

jason said...

Gee, I was all set to hate it till "Peeke" up there mentioned Xanadu.

dammit. I hate when that happens.

Nancy {at} powellbrower at home said...

oh dear god.
Have a great Thanksgiving Raina! xo Nancy

Joanna Wissinger said...

WOW! But, uh, no.

Matters of Style said...

With the exception of that coffee table, the elements in isolation aren't bad. But the combo... Kind of loving the purple murano chandelier!

Mar gar et said...

I refuse to vacuum in-between those points.

justine Lemmon said...

Just realized the sectional is lemon yellow vinyl, my eyes!!!!

gmjl said...

Say no to drugs....

Mark Calderwood said...

It burns us! It burns our eyes!

Terri Polick said...

Funny. My school colors in junior high were purple and gold. No thank you.

Rashon Carraway said...

This was done by David BromStead. I remember this episode.



Mr. Goodwill Hunting

Raina Cox said...

Rashon Carraway - Bless his heart.

Lausi said...

uhm... is it bad that I kind of dig this room? Not that I would want it in my house, but it looks like a fun place. (I put this down to my slight concussion... or my fable for the 70s :)))

kumi said...

Not for me. But I have seen that gorgeous chandelier in person (at our local Luxe Zone) and it is divine, and would be just fabulous in another room.

Ashley Vanderbeek said...

Note the North American Tufted Monstrosity in its natural habitat. We can see from this specimen, that it is mating season, due to its bold purple shaggy tufts it uses to entice the females. The Monstrosity is momentarily distracted from the Overused Moroccan Pouf by the sight of its perfect genetic match; the Chandelier of Shame. Note it's readiness to mate. Its distended egg pods are clearly visible, not hidden away where they belong. Thankfully these two rare creatures have been added to the endangered list. You can help speed up the process. But don't use matches- I have a feeling these fortunately endangered creatures would just melt in to a giant '90s wad of horror.