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Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Apartment Virtual Tour

Prompted by Ned's request for photo representation of the apartment remodel, here's the sweet new digs:

Walk through the bottleneck entryway and you'll encounter the new lounge-tastic sleeping apparatus. Note how the artwork above is now actually framed! (And why yes, that is a Joe Wartes original! How kind of you to ask.)

Bed occasionally comes with built-in Olaiya feature.

Scanning to your left, see the spacious and airy dining nook. The chairs stack on the table top in case the kitchen overflows with molten lava! And see how the mischievous Patrick Avery original painting, "Hamlet" looks upon the room? Haunting!

Can you find the Hippo in this picture?

And finally, a bit further to your left... Olaiya's decadently designed study. Observe how the modern storage solutions (also called shelves) are relegated to the periphery of the room to maximize usable floor space! Genius! And I do believe you can see the bottom of the Cher Martin original painting, cleverly chosen to tie the various shades of wood in the room together.

You're damn right that new chair is comfy!



At 12/05/2006 11:44:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

But does that comfy new chair have a sweatpants button?


At 12/06/2006 02:28:00 AM, Blogger wheylona said...

love the chair--i saw one very similar just the other day and spent a good few minutes pining after it.


At 12/06/2006 09:45:00 AM, Blogger Ned said...

Very spacious seeming!

At 12/06/2006 09:49:00 AM, Blogger Johnbai3030 said...

That comfy chair now comes with a built in Lulu the Kitty feature. She's adopted Olaiya's chair with a vengeance. I told O, "It's just because the chair smells like your butt."

And yes Neds, it's amazing how you can create the illusion of spaciousness with photographs. It might be illuminating to understand that I took all these photographs basically standing in the same place. The 3 different views reflect the same 350 square feet.

At 12/06/2006 04:09:00 PM, Anonymous Jimmimoose said...

That study floor sure makes for some good sleeping, though! Sa-weet!

At 12/07/2006 11:28:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm impressed that you managed to merge two peoples full of stuff into one person's space. I can't imagine consolidating like that what with all my dragons and demons...



At 12/09/2006 12:54:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love the welcoming colors in there. It looks like it is freshly painted. Shows off the plants and books and the white blinds with the outside light streaming in to maximum effect. Nicely done. ~pr

At 3/28/2007 02:23:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey there, i noticed the joe wartes print in your blog. do you know joe wartes and how i can get into contact with him? i am an old friend of his who lost touch several years ago. can you please email me??




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