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It rains a lot in Brussels. When we can’t get out and all my kid creativity has been exhausted, I put on a Seseme Street DVD for the girls and I watch an old episode of Top Design on my laptop. {Or I watch So You Think You Can Dance? on YouTube, but that’s another story.}

Remember how great this loft was? My favorite element was the grouping of photos by the front door. I tried to confirm this online to no avail, but I seem to remember reading somewhere that Matt used some photos that his Dad or Grandfather took in Rome and had them printed in an orangey-red ink. Genius. Plays perfectly with those killer Andre Arbus dining chairs. love them.


The orange accents in Matt’s top design room remind me of my favorite Tia Zoldan bedroom. Just beautiful. I think I have an orange accented room in my future.

What did you think?
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4 thoughts on “Top Design Revisited

  1. Wow – I am officially hooked! You so totally have my decorating style pegged. Every entry I find myself nodding my head thinking, “Ooohh I need that…and that…and that…” and so on. :) You are so talented! Love the blog, and will be tuning in often.

    ps – anthropologie is my very favorite store ever, and if I could afford to buy every item of clothing I own there I would, but my favorite thing I’ve ever seen there? The Astrid chair. It was on my to-buy list when we accepted this position. :)

  2. hi! I’ve been reading this page for a while now, and am totally in love with your taste. I’m delurking now, and my reasons are twofold:

    1. Mike said it was okay (I’m a friend of his from high school)

    and

    2. I showed my daughter this room and was like, “Do you like this?” and she responded with, “YEAH!! it’s CLEAN!!!!!” So I’m thinking that maybe decorating with orange accents should be the least of my concerns, as my little girl is completely floored by the concept of a room that’s “clean”.

    Decorating 101 – clean

    I’m going to go hide my head in shame now.

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