Posted on August 18, 2010 by AnAfternoonWith...
About AnAfternoonWith...A project about people and their spaces.
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Vivian, I too noticed the minimal ‘things” in these peoples living spaces. And yet it makes me long to have such a seamingly simply lifestyle. I was checking out other designs to get an idea of how I want to design my blog and I spent a lot of tiime looking at this one. The concept is marvelous and catchy. I have to ask though, don’t any of these people, especially since they are artists of one type or other, do they not belive in any other color but WHITE for their walls?
What an absolutely fascinating woman , classic beauty, serious ,but the smiling pictures give away a complexity. Your pictures said much in what was probably a way too short afternoon. Thank you for letting us in on this.
I’m always amazed how NY’ers can live is such small spaces. Kim does a marvelous job of finding a place for everything. But, where is her art supplies? Oh, maybe she has a studio elsewhere. I love the art work, the collection of guitars. . .