29 September 2010

Classic Interiors: Central Park South

You know...I really want to strive to post as much original material as I can.  I don't know if I felt this way when I first started blogging...but I do now.

I want to post more of my home and my work (we just got some crazy-good stuff for a client today).  I want to do more interviews and hopefully share more about my contributions to Rue.  I am also lucky enough to have friends who have some amazing style and I hope to share their homes with you...along with the interiors of some of my favorite shops and restaurants in Atlanta.  I am working on getting Chris to allow us into his film-world a little; I want to share a bit about set design and some of the wonderful homes where they shott.

That being said, sometimes you gotta just repost some stuff.  This apartment with a "million-dollar view" in Manhattan was shot by Jamie of the photography blog from me-to you.  She took pictures for the Vicente Wolf interview in Rue.  Please click on that link to view this home that I am not able to repost because I hate blogger.  I am working with a web designer...so I'll share the new address with you when it is fixed.  I can't upload one picture!?  sorry...have a great Wednesday.  Julie


14 comments:

  1. yes, lots of trouble posting pictures these days. I switched my settings from "updated editor" back to "old editor" and it works...in the old, clumsier way but it works.

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  2. Thank you for sharing. I love that apartment.

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  3. While I haven't had trouble, a friend/blogger of mine was having a lot yesterday, too.

    Those pics of the NY apt were very re-post worthy. They truly transported me - amazingly beautiful and real.

    I love your original content and your home. I loved yesterdays post about where you got the lighting. I think what I love most of all is your entryway.

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  4. What a gorgeous apartment! I love seeing spaces belonging to mature owners who have collected things they love over the years and have such a true sense of their own classic style. So many things she has probably owned for years and yet even today they are so chic. And I love that with vintage looks so popular today, even wallpaper and finishes that we may have viewed as dated and needing an overhaul, no longer look that way. :)

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  5. Unbelievable home!! Wow, those pops of green and fuschia are so warm and exciting!! So, lovely - I loved all the vintage elements - wallpaper, accessories, artwork, etc. What a wonderful and special place!

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  6. That apartment is gorgeous!! And the view is even more stunning. I love the colors and the way that it's fancy, but still liveable and lived-in.

    I'm also re-thinking some things so I could add more original content. It's hard though!

    Happy Wednesday to you too!

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  7. Very beautiful. Love the view and all the happy colors used.

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  8. The french furniture, the pink french chair and the view...it's all stunning!!

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  9. Julie, I just happened to stumble across Jamie's blog over the weekend (from a knitting blog no less!) and saw these awesome pics as well as the ones of Mr Wolf. I knew instantly that she was the one that took the pics for your article. What a small world.
    Also, we're not machines. Sometimes it's nice to just show a pretty picture of someone else's work. I do think we should strive for more original content (it's something I struggle with every day) but the muse isn't always at the ready. I'm working on trying to find the balance. I think you do an amazing job of that. Just wanted you to know.

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  10. Can't wait to see your contributions to Rue! I totally know what you mean about wanting to post original content. I try to do that too. It is hard. It takes like 10 times longer to create a post. Can't wait to see your work.

    http://sarahwinchester.wordpress.com/

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  11. Amazing apartment....like stepping back in time and I agree with her that I am now obsessed with hot pink.
    I completely understand what you mean by original content...I am working towards the same thing (need to get those projects started) and think you already do a great job at it! Though I completely understand when we look within and see room for improvement. Can't wait to see what's in store.

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  12. Julieeeeeeeeeee.(emphasis on the eeeeeeeee!) Wow - super excited after seeing that apartment.It is amazing. I am head over heels mad about it! YAY! Sinead

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  13. Good design stands the test of time! Granny has a smoking home!! Love it. You know what else I love? It is so different from what I consider your style and I love that you love it!!

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  14. Definitely going to check it out!

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