I'm fast developing a Hulu addiction, which has, curiously, mirrored my design addiction. This wonderful world of pausing to look at gorgeous room decor on your computer is fabulous. I've even taken taken a few screen shots and emailed them to friends ("this looks just like your couch! Your couch is on TV!"). Hulu also introduced me to Ugly Betty, a show I just never got around to watching previously. It's entertaining, but what really made me excited were the interiors, designed by the most fabulous Hollywood name ever: Rich Devine. The sets are so colorful and unique they almost overpower the characters.xoxo,Sanity Fair
Not your typical office space. Where is the office equipment?
Wes Anderson's The Life Aquatic? It's in the same shades as those
zippy blue suits and orange hats.
The fishbowl effect: surround view offices bring even more
opportunities for critiquing your office mates' clothes. Really, the space is
so fluid, pictures won't capture the feel of it; you need to watch for yourself.
Willie (the Terrorizer in Chief) lives in this octagon-dominated apartment.
Eat your heart out Thomas Jefferson! And it has Regency style on steroids.
A tableau in Willie's apartment.
Another grand interior view, dining room this time. Don't those chairs look familiar?
Ah, yes, Kelly Wearstler for Bergdorf Goodman. Perfect Regency: not being able to see who is sitting nearby is very enigmatic - the perfect setting for a mystery movie! (Note the marvelous paint-detailed trim in the background.)
P.S. Many pieces of furniture featured on Ugly Betty are from Made By Hickory Chair. Check out their blog and products here.