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Nice clean lines. So glad I picked up a few Bansky's back in '08-'09 when peeps were in panic mode as I've never even sniffed a lotto win via POW.
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thanks mancomountaingolf wrote:Nice clean lines. So glad I picked up a few Bansky's back in '08-'09 when peeps were in panic mode as I've never even sniffed a lotto win via POW.
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So this is how people with money and no kids live.. nice.SteveKai wrote:Thanks for all the kind words, guys. Makes me feel as though I actually know what i'm doing when it comes to decorating the new spot . Here's a wider pic of the living room.
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This is one of the best examples of interoir design I've ever seen on this forum. The visual art is well placed and color cordinated, while not overcrowding the space. I love how you used both sculptural works and artistic furniture to further nauance the space. The result is much more then the sum of its parts. Is that a real koons dog?
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I think his shower is part of an open floor plan so that Audrey is not inside a closed off bathroom. You can see the layout in previous pics.ceevee wrote:Very nice. I love that Kawasaki against the dark grey wall.
Are you worried about humidity levels? I hung an original painting in our master bath, but it's small, relatively inexpensive, and painted on 3/4 inch wood.