27 Jun 2011

life among cacti





the feel-good home of maurizio zucchi.
i would live here.
from ideat magazine june 2011.
some more pics here at elle korea.

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17 comments:

  1. Wow, its really breathtaking! All the green, and great furniture, light..
    Can I share them?

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  2. This is insanely gorgeous, if only I could live there with my 3 year old.

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  3. I'm not sure I would like this in my own home, but I agree it looks very cool!



    Fashezine

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  4. this living-room is really beautiful!!
    In my today's post, I gave you a blog award, because I think that your blog is really inspiring :)
    xoxo

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  5. Oh My Agnes this place is to die for.However did you find it? It seriously has me wanting to run to Flora Grubb and pick up at least three Cacti.

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  6. omg this is amazing!

    imagine if you got up in the middle of the night... ouch :)

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  7. i love the long low coffee table with plenty of room for books and the rustic look of the plants with the smooth lines of the mid century modern furniture is awesome.

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  8. :) thanks for all your sweet comments, girls!

    @Ia... of course you can! i'm glad you like it!

    @Bubbles... thank you, from the bottom of my heart! :) :)

    @Kelly... well, i actually "scavanged" this issue of Ideat from the net, but it's an amazing magazine well worth buying and readily available at newsstands.

    @Erin... haha... i can imagine that... but i think you would unconsciously stop doing that.

    hugs,
    agnes
    :)

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  9. Agnes this is perfect in so many ways! I love it! Have to share:)
    Thank you for finding so much beauty. Always.
    Hugs
    H.

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  10. :) :) :) Thank you, sweet Hanna! :) I'm glad you like it!

    hugs,
    agnes
    :)

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  11. Very intriguing — I really enjoy the use of such an open space and the layers of interest created... and I'm such a fan of coffee tables and stacks of books! Nice find :)

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  12. Oh yes Agnes I know... just would probably never pick it up you know;) There are just so many good magazines out there still (thank goodness) that you can only read so many. Hope you had a lovely weekend.

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  13. Totally agree on the magazines...
    Having sooo much of everything me might sometimes come to think that we may miss out on something... but i guess what's more important is living a full life (whatever that might mean to each of us).

    Have a great rest of the week, Kelly!
    xoxo
    agnes
    :)

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  14. I know this post is fairly old, but I'm hoping you will be able to respond to my question. I love your space and especially your plants. I have a couple Euphoria of my own that are growing fairly tall. One has multiple branches that appear to be leaning. It looks like you have created some support for your plants. Can you tell me how you did this?

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    1. Hi. Thanks for your inquiry. Sorry I can't help you much, this is not my home, and I don't really have a green thumb. But I think a welder can make you similar supports like the ones in the pics.

      Best,
      agnes

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