J. Morgan Puett's Artists' Colony: Romantic Decay

J. Morgan Puett's Artists' Colony: Romantic Decay

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Aaron Able
May 29, 2008

The New York Times loves to profile some kooky homes. In the past year they've shown us a Funhouse in East Hampton, Arizona's Eliphante & Hippodome and Pearl Lam's Shanghai Loft. This week, they're sharing J. Morgan Puett's Eastern Pennsylvania artists' colony, Mildred's Lane...

The 96-acre property and outbuildings in Beach Lake, Pennsylvania are creatively-curated (even inside the refrigerator!) by Puett. The home of the artist/fashion designer and her son, is an experiment in "romantic decay". It's basically like living in a steam-punk version of an Anthropologie store. Be sure to check out the story,
In Her Own World
, and all the pictures in the slideshow.

Images: Phil Mansfield for The New York TImes

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