Monday, April 25, 2011

It's a Twins Thing

Textile designer Lulu deKwiatowski's NYC apartment is a legendary slice of Big Apple chicka-boom-boom and as fate would have it, it's about to change hands. LDK and her family have decamped to L.A. and are contemplating a move to Rome to fully Italianize their children, as per her husband's request. Speaking of the bambini, let us feast our eyes on this soon-to-be-former nursery, for 'tis the stuff of lullabies and sweet, sweet dreams. 






10 comments:

christine {bijouandboheme} said...

So lovely- adore the grasscloth and that ammmmmmazing artwork- gorgeous!!

anita said...

Oh, this nursery is so good. My heart did a small jump when I saw that teddy bear with the yellow rain jacket on....Matthew had one just like that.
They grow up too fast.

erin@designcrisis said...

Wait, are there THREE tiny humans sleeping in there?!

I will never complain about lack of space again.

katiedid said...

Wonderful! There is something about large scaled art that just adds drama to a room.

nancy @ {COZAMIA} said...

The art piece is stunning, ties in the colors in sucha subtle way... beautiful space!

Appletree said...

it's really really really good

Sarah (La Maison Boheme) said...

That art with the birdies over the seed bowl is a show stopper! I love it!

Alcira Molina-Ali said...

Dears Christine, Katiedid, Appletree and Sarah,

The larger-than-life art makes it, doesn't it?

Alcira

Alcira Molina-Ali said...

Oh Anita,

What a sweet, poignant memory.
As mine nears the 6 year mark, I must admit it does fly by ;)
Alcira

Alcira Molina-Ali said...

Yes dear Erin,

There appears to be a trio bunking in there.
How very European of them, right?
Alcira

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