JENNIFER & MARIO
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May I ask what is smart about this space? I found it exceptionally boring. No books, no creative mess?
I meant “smart” in both the sartorial sense as in, well put together, and the more literal sense of intelligence. I was very impressed with both of them and how comfortable they were with themselves and what they surrounded themselves with.
I LOVE their place.
Remember – this is a venue for ALL types of living, ways of thinking, organisational processes and more. Don’t be so quick to judge. Might we see yours?
Coffee table and stools from Environment. Look great in the space and great photos. Good job, Jennifer, Mario and Michael.
This is an excellent post! Look at the cleaver use of space in this small apartment. Small streamlined furniture with a few signiture pieces is definetly the way to go! Minimalist but oh so confident!
Love it, very minimal and modern. I am personaly very inspired by it-
Thanks for your comment.Two smart people sure made one smart space. They make it look so easy too.
Glad you were inspired.
what does their canvas say that is above the couch?
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I’m with Ginger. This is depressingly devoid of personality. Like a Banana Republic advert from the 90s turned into an entire lifestyle. Nice couch, tho.
“Banana Republic advert from the 90s” Ouch! Could be that they are just young and dont own much?
so clean & uncluttered.
i love it.
I respect their choices and way of aestetics in life, -personally this is a minimalist hell.
Hell? Really?How so?
Come on, stop act like we have to adore. Comment-phobia?
Comment Phobia? No. Just curious how you see it. Ive shot so many interiors I know everyone has their aesthetic. Ones collections is another’s clutter, etc. I would love to hear someone articulate “Minimalist Hell”.
Sometimes I think: Are they real? yes, they are real.
Indeed very real!
it looks like a young happy simple couple 🙂
They are a terrific couple. Very smart. Very interesting to talk to.
so minimal, i love it!
where are the counter stools from? i’ve been looking for something just like those.
I’ll try and find out and get back to you.
Jennifer says the stools come from here : http://www.environmentfurniture.com/
I don’t think Jen/Mario live there; they just visit. Too clean. However, nicely furnished, beautiful light, a pleasant place to be anytime.
I can assure you they live there. They are just very particular as to what they live with. I really appreciated their way of seeing things.
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