Wednesday, September 9, 2009

A show to Tivo, for sure.


Did you see THIS tidbit?

24 comments:

my favorite and my best said...

should be worth a look see. gayness and antiques could equal hilarity.

David said...

Gayness and antiques always equal hilarity in my experience.

Maison Luxe said...

stop it. you're making me want to buy a tv. that is my dream job (incase anyone was confused!) :-)

the sweet life with olives said...

oh, i've had this tear out from a magazine of those two in that laudree green kitchen for years. loves it! i'll certainly give the show a chance... but then again, does apple tv have sundance?

Tammy Tant said...

Since I'm addicted to "reality" tv, I'm sure I'll be seeing it.

Anonymous said...

"gayness and antiques could equal hilarity."

Indeed! Gayness plus anything
equals hilarity. Gay policy analysts? Hilarious! Gay proofreaders? Hahahahaha!

Paisley said...

I did hear about this! It could either be interesting or boring but I'd be happy to see the goods he shops for either way.

Kwana said...

For sure!

Kasey at Thrifty Little Blog said...

Absolutely.

kimberly said...

I had trouble finding info about this. But it seems it's going to be called "Man Shops Globe", and it premiers Oct 7. It's not in the TiVo Guide Data yet.

Ivy Lane said...

Gonna be GOOD!

Shoshana said...

When are you going to write about Kelly Wearstler's profile in the New Yorker? Waiting anxiously.

the carolyn said...

Decorno: sorry this is off-topic, but DO NOT MISS the Kelly Wearstler profile in the latest New Yorker.

Anonymous said...

Why did The New Yorker wait until 2009 to write about Kelly Wearstler? What trend will they pick up on next? "DVDs--A New Way to Watch Movies"?

Decorno said...

Seriously.

I did just read it. I have no problem with KW. She's like Martha Stewart to me. I don't want her style, but I love smart capitalists, and Kelly is definitely that.

Anonymous said...

I like KW. She's actually a decent decorator, and a lot of her work is surprisingly traditional, only with non-traditional elements, if that makes sense.

So many decorators are, let's face it, kind of plain looking or lumpy, and a lot of people resent that she's hot and looks like she likes sex. She's like the anti-Barbara Barry.

Dana said...

I never get tired of seeing the kitchen (and apartment) I designed for Glen and Keith. They are great guys: funny, smart, brave and always interested in the world around them.

Dana Laudani

Anonymous said...

"...the kitchen (and apartment) I designed for Glen and Keith."

Oh yeah, Dana: You're the one who wrote in about drinking with JFK Jr. and "CB."

Dana said...

Hi Anonymous,
If you're not to busy ranting at town hall meetings and teabagging your buddies I'd be happy to show you the construction documents.

Anonymous said...

Dana is a class act.

Anonymous said...

Dana,

The construction documents used to build JFK Jr. and Carolyn Bessette? Awesome! We can all build our own!

Anonymous said...

I LOOOOOOOVE that green rounded cabinetry. That page is tattered and worn, glued into a notebook of my DREAMS (only dreams, realistically). I think about that all the time. I love that you showed that picture. I could stare at that forever! How beautiful is that tiny little kitchen...
If I owned it, I'd get up in the middle of the night and just sit in there to look at it.

Dana said...

The kitchen was very tiny indeed. I used subzero refrigerator and freezer drawers, an 18" Meile dishwasher and a Viking range that just barely fit. The nickel plated and glass shelves can be purchased from Urban Archeology http://www.urbanarchaeology.com/cutsheets/retail/UA14RC.pdf
The sink was cut out of one solid block of Carrara marble to match the conter tops. The floor was marble mosaic in a fan pattern.

Anonymous said...

Those are pre-fab units from Sears.