Some people might find Paul Zaloom's decorating style a bit overwhelming. The words busy, wild, and playful all come to mind. However, while some might consider Zaloom's collections of art and knick knacks unedited, we're sort of falling in love with all of it ...
Zaloom, an actor, puppeteer, and filmmaker, lives in a one-bedroom guest house in West Hollywood, Ca — and, as you can tell, every square inch is used to display his strange and wonderful collections. The strange posters, figurines, and artifacts (along with the furniture) have almost all come from flea markets.
We love the way Zaloom makes every corner of his home, even the bathroom, an experience. And we doubt he could have achieved this effect with pieces bought at Pottery Barn or Pier 1 (nothing against them, of course)!
See the whole home here. What do you think?