A haven of calm

I have to admit I’m going an eensy bit nutty at the moment.  Trying to balance all my coursework with planning our wedding and writing multiple magazine articles has left me a little overwhelmed: I’m sinking amidst a backlog of like 5000 emails, have 5000 people mad at me as a result, and haven’t made any meaningful progress in my current design project in a FREAKING LONG TIME.

Anyway, so I came across this property as featured in an old edition of Lonny last night, as I was perusing my inspiration folders, and it instantly made me feel much calmer and less likely to pull out my locks.  So I thought I’d share it today!  It’s actually the Hollywood bolthole of designer Mary Mcgee and I have to say I’ve fallen for it head over heels.

 

8 comments

  1. Alistair says:

    Lovely except for that hideous painting next to the table… Monstrous, and introduces a dark and threatening feel to an otherwise peaceful scene.

  2. annie says:

    I like it apart from the weird curtains in the lounge. It looks like one of those lovely 1930s quintessentially Hollywood houses.

    Ouch you sound like you have lots to do! I have so much admiration for you that you’ve never missed a single post! I don’t know how you do it.

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