orphaned gloves and such

8 Mar

More so than decorating magazines and hardcover books, I like to see homes that real people actually live in – full of rooms that are never quite “finished.” Like this Brooklyn row house belonging to artist Stephen Antonson and author & editor Kathleen Hackett (and sons James & Finn). Filled with flea market finds and salvaged treasures, this home has a certain familiar collected-over-time feeling that can’t be bought. Plus, a robot lamp and an orphaned glove collection. What’s not to love?

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2 Responses to “orphaned gloves and such”

  1. Sara Mueller March 8, 2011 at 4:32 pm #

    It is such a fun house!

  2. natasha March 8, 2011 at 10:27 pm #

    Such a neat collection of rooms! And I just learned that tray table in the last photo is known as a “ghost” table. Neat! 🙂

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