Who Would Live in a House Like This?

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17th Jul, 2011

With the announcement that the television classic “Through the Keyhole” is returning to television screens in Britain (non-English readers will have no clue what I’m talking about whilst English readers will remember host Lloyd Grossman’s mesmerizingly posh accent like it was yesterday), I thought it might be appropriate to do an interiors post according to personalities.

I’ve been trawling through the internet this Sunday morning, looking at dreamy decors. By mixing and matching photographs I found from all corners of the online interiors world, I bring you Messy Nessy’s top 10 Favourite Decorative Themes… (because I am so obviously an interior decorating expert).

So like you might find a starving artist living in their own studio, except … not.

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So in love with this country, that they actually bothered to transport a whole bloody door. And then proceeded to theme the entire apartment around it. Dedication. I like it.


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If you could manage to explain this idea to the builders… (preferably it would be worth flying in some builders from the Greek isles).

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Expect the toilet roll holder to have been imported from Yemen.

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A flea market fanatic… you won’t catch these guys in IKEA.

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Beige and neutral galore…

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Think Great Expectations.

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Kate Moss on the run?

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When you have style, but you have no plan, this is probably going to be the result…

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With Robinson Crusoe.

(Images via 79ideas.org)

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