Eccentricity in Design: Multi-Colored Decorative Painting

Eccentricity in Design: Multi-Colored Decorative Painting

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Amy Azzarito
Apr 29, 2009

Not too long ago, we asked whether you had permission to paint your space. There was a pretty even split between those who were allowed to paint and those who had been explicitly forbidden to do so. Your landlord might not approve of this paint job, but we had to see what you thought. We found it on Shoot Factory, a U.K. locations brokerage. The more we look at these photos, the more the space grows on us. It reminds us a little of Grey Gardens (but without the cat poop).

The description of this space says that it is "5500 sq ft of working space set over three floors and two roof terraces. Packed with an eclectic range of furniture from the 1930's through to the present day."

See many more photos of this space on Shoot Factory. If you like the multicolored look but can't (or don't want to) paint, there's always the paint chip wall.

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