Wednesday and Thursday nights are hockey nights and waiting for my son's practice to end provides me with an hour to peruse Barnes & Noble.
I always make a beeline to the magazine section. I love the magazine racks; all those fresh glossy beauties winking at me from their shelf.
For the first time in a long time, I was drawn to the cover of Architectural Digest.
Flipping through was delightful, but finding Daphne Guiness' spectacular Manhattan apartment was jaw-dropping.
I wanted somebody (anybody, really) to join me in my magazine gawk.
|Caption reads: "A colossal 2003 Damien Hirst butterfly painting, Another Amazing Transcendental Experience, and a circa-1050 Jansen palm tree floor lamp from Maison Gerard greet visitors in the entry hall.|
Funny, this is not my typical style. I'm not sure why I'm so completely taken with this space. (I know one lovely blogger who shares the butterfly love, though!)
I do believe, however, I could put every single item, on it's own, in my house and it would fit right in.
I was quite lucky to find these images scanned by 2THEWALLS.COM
(A very good post accompanies the pictures -- great read!!)
I'll buy the March issue of AD next time I'm in Barnes & Noble. I need to ooh and ahh over Donna Karan's home.