JEN & JAMES
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love the ham hanging & the herb garden….looks fabulous. oh to live in manhatten seems worlds away from my australian life! great pics. Dayle
FABULOUS!! You had me at the brick wall…lovely! 🙂
A very stylish apartment. This is first apt with a ham hanging as though it is in the window of a butcher in Spain.
This place is deceivingly simple.. until you see the herbs..the hanging slab of meat (is that ham?)..the unexpected details apparently there all along.
Thanks for this post! My brother just moved in to a new apartment and this is the perfect inspiration.