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I was looking through old magazines. Here's a treasure from 2007. This is when everything jumped the shark.
no relation to this post and too late to recommend nyc restaurants may i ask what do you do ?please dont make me troll the old posts to try to figure it out read many snippets advice clothing assistants travel etc but what exactly do you do for paying work i mean -for the boss who likes rosa mexicna?
You know, I'm as a big a hater of Imperial Trellis as anyone, but I kind of like it in yellow.But not for a sofa. I don't like big patterns on sofas. Too many surfaces and angles colliding. It's a migraine waiting to happen.
HATE that someone (a stylist?) put orange books next to the orange vase.
Anon 7:59 - I am a buyer for a large retailer.
I like the sofa. And I like the screen. Not too big a fan of the zebra-print cowhide thing, or the orange book&vase combo. If there's a book on my table, it's because I'm reading it, not because the cover matches the rest of the room.
I think I just puked a bit in my mouth - that color combination is not good. I'm so over Imperial Trellis, as is everyone, but especially on a couch like that!
Wrong lampshade for that lamp.
It's a perfectly pleasant room, generically "decorator-y":--Imperial Trellis, check;--zebra rug, check; --pierced porcelain, check;--token "I found it at a thrift store and painted it white" ethnic/rustic object, check.
I am saying this in my best you-tube-girl-defending-Britney-Spears-voice: "Leave Imperial Trellis and zebra alone!!"
hello gorgeous,You know that Chris Crocker ("Leave Britney Alone!") is in fact a boy, right?
Be glad you didn't do trellis wallpaper. Once Sherwin Williams comes out with a version...it's jumped the shark.
I've already seen a near-identical knockoff, by Duralee or Fabricut, can't remember which.
bahaha! you said, "jumped the shark". I can't remember the last time I heard it! But I totally agree. the madness must stop.
Anon 3:16 - You know his name?
You ask rhetorical questions?
It's not that there's anything wrong with Imperial Trellis or zebra prints. It's the laziness they represent: the decorative version of just shrugging and saying: "I'll have what he's having."Laziness, and a lack of curiosity to see what else is out there. Or a lack of nerve.
I love how the copy on that page says they chose the mirror-topped table "for its reflective quality." YOU THINK?
Even the table is generic: the same gilded iron and glass design, with the semi-circular stretchers. It's so...available. Anywhere.
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