Now I'M tired.
So much clutter. A sailboat or clipper or whatever hiding under the bottom shelf of that bookcase? Why is the painting not centered over that little sofa?
Why is there so much damn clutter?
The alibaster collectables are nice, I'm sure, but it just looks like somebody forgot to put the dishes away.
All the binoculars on the windowsill just gather grit and dust and become unworkable.
Shitty little trinkets trying to suggest a personality, ugh.
Why are all the decorators chosen by NYSD such clutter queens?
Edit Mr. Miller. You don't need to have everything you own out on display. On the other hand, I do like his sense of style for a young man.
Miss Lotta Stuff, Peach Queen 1971, Danbury County
It's so creamy white. Does clutter really work well in a creamy white enviroment?
It would be interesting to know why some people feel the need to show off their knick and knacks in such a way like they bare their inner soul to anyone who gains entrance to their holy abode. Are they conversation starters with tricks to get over that awkard pause between entering the apartment and foreplay?
Great. Now the "dialing a phone with a pencil" is cutting roses and obsessively filling your childhood home with them. Glaring examples of toddler gayness aside and interventions as a child defoliates rose bushes and has a compulsive flower fetish, Lewis has grown up in all the right places.
Too bad it's too Californian, too cluttered, too breezy, too precious, and just too...too. The housing market in Manhattan must be dire, as people with clients like his are forced to decorate their closet/abode.
The pieces are too big, and it would be a tight fit at a beach house even with a vista to look out at instead of the Manhattan skyline. It looks uncomfortable and possibly Diane Keaton's sleep over place in the city.
He's got a pair though. He OWNS the stackeded book thingy. There it is, on an altar, him posing next to it, and kudos to him for saying "bitch, I stacked it!"
Dude, you know you've got too many tchotchkes... when you have to put them on the fucking floor.
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[quote]So much clutter. A sailboat or clipper or whatever hiding under the bottom shelf of that bookcase? Why is the painting not centered over that little sofa?
They MOVED the sofa for the shoot! It's usually centered facing the TV. The deco Chair sits in the other corner. The diorama balances the TV on the table instead of the alabaster/plants. Both stools hide beneath the table.
Not perfect, but it actually looks like someone lives there, unlike most of the others we've seen. But yeah, too much stuff crammed in and hideous stacked books. On the other hand, there's a consistency to the apartment that's also unusual for these NYSD places.
What dead animal is resting on his head? Or is that just the world's most ill fitting hairpiece?
Lovely interview and photos. The place has a nice personality and an amusing amount of clutter.
I wish him dozens of dyed carnations in hideous hues of blues and greens.
Is he a giant? Or are all of the chairs 7/8 scale? Or both?
The rooms are quite tiny, yet he's chosen many underscaled side chairs --their seats a scant few inches off the floor-- to lurk about in the shadows of looming urns, for what-were-those-pills-you-gave-me? Alice-In-Wonderland effect.
It looks like an upscale garden center showroom gone all Etsy and wrong. Perhaps though through one of those doors is a large open space with a display of Versailles boxes, lead cisterns, and "water features"?
It's very generic.
And WTF are those chandeliers with 300 candles? Light one of those up and you'll burn down the building.