Sunday, August 10, 2008

I'll take it.




We'll ignore that both rooms belong to Paris Hilton.

17 comments:

Rachel@oneprettything.com said...

Oh WOW. That closet...

Celia said...

Damn it! No single dress from that room would be my size!!!!
But, would love to have that dressing room anyway, lol...

Anonymous said...

"House of Decorno"!

Kwana said...

Why did you have to tell me?

Dawn Marie said...

Such a big beautiful closet. I am sure there is not one pair of underwear to be found.

birdy said...

When you know who the owner is, the aura of skank overwhelms any enjoyment in the pictures.

I know, I'm a judgmental bitch.

Anonymous said...

She has another room for her Valtrex and penicillin.

Anonymous said...

i've heard of no reported injuries. looks like a dangerous closet. kudos to ms. hilton.

Maria said...

oh I was afraid a "Paris-type" person was going to be involved in the making of that room. damn.

Be the change..... said...

Paris Hilton has good taste......WTF?

...love Maegan said...

yes, I'm ignoring to whom they belong to because THEY ARE FABULOUS.

Meander said...

I never actually thought these words would come out of my mouth: I'm so very jealous of Paris!

jax said...

I don't think Paris is as gross or as vapid as the media make her out to be. I know if I had that kind of dough and my parents didn't seem to have any expectations for me, I would be living the life too. And she makes her own money doing all the stupid, unflattering things tabloids and websites eat up.

She may have fantastic taste, but continues to wear shirts and dresses with her face on them so she will be photographed.

What would you all do with yourselves if you could live her life at that age? Every day would be freshman year all over again for me.

Anonymous said...

So by your logic, if she were poor and college-educated, she'd be exactly like us.

dannyboy said...

i love her and i love her rooms! although the first second i saw her closet i was like "ugh! tory burch! pffft!"

jax said...

No, I'm saying low expectations may lead to life of partying, sleaziness, and selfishness. And what does going to college have to do with anything?

That's all.

Anonymous said...

Then again, some people are just born trash.