New York Times Sweeeet Real Estate...

The New York Times has an interesting section on real estate, that I always love to read. You know, just in case I can afford one of these places in NYC one day! ha! Anyhow, here is a place I had to show you. Anyone else read the New York Times??
This home was called "the upside down house" go to the NY Times link here to find out why.



*Notice the bedstead above made from an old church organ!!



For more on this home visit here.
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12 comments

  1. How are you? Sorry I have not been by in a few days = ( I wanted to tell you I added you to my interior friends but also wanted to say how inspiring you were for me as I we were building our home and furnishing the condo.. The Tulip Chairs, the Panton Chairs, we went with all White but being able to see the various styles and layouts have helped me tremendously - it is nice to know others look at shapes, colors as much as I do and take it seriously.. because a home should be our sanctuary.

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  2. wow. this house has me speechless.

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  3. I really like this house..The placements of the materials, its designs and the color combination of the house is beautiful and well-planned. This house is really attractive.. It catches the attention of the viewers, buyers and all real estate enthusiasts.

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  4. Love the bathroom and the simplicity of it all.

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  5. Wow! The room with near-black walls looks really slick. I just blogged about how brave I felt painting one wall deep brown. Makes me feel Not Brave At All now--haha! I hope you might come visit me at www.makingthishome.com if you get the chance.

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  6. Hi Girl Japan,
    Im good thanks! That was such a nice thing to say...im glad my posts managed to inspire you somehow in your own home. I would love to see pics of your decor. Thanks for adding Madebygirl, I've just added you as well : )
    Talk soon!

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  7. Lilly,

    That bathroom is so GORGEOUS...that skylight is my favorite...i bet it would be so pretty to look at when it rained.

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  8. That black room is so cool! Everytime I see an image of black walls it makes me want to head over to the hardware store and pick some black wall paint. These house is beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

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  9. Hi! What a great house---and a great use of space! Fantastic find! Oh, and thank you SO MUCH for leaving a comment on my blog. I can't tell you how honored I am. Have a simply wonderful day!
    -Kait

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  10. “In light of the uncertain residential housing market and slowing commercial construction and design projects, redesign and rehabilitation rather than new construction in both the commercial and residential sectors is likely to receive renewed focus. In blending economy with performance, interior designers will need to focus on creative solutions and cost-effective ways to meet clients’ goals in these challenging economic times,” said ASID Executive Director Michael Alin.


    http://www.marketwatch.com/news/story/asid-weighs-value-design-tough/story.aspx?guid=%7BF3959918-3BA5-4376-9A36-5889F33ECF81%7D&dist=hppr

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  11. beautiful house, love the terrace bit and a really beautiful blog too

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  12. What a beautiful house, it's like a different world every time you step into the next room. 1959 was a good year for architecture :)

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