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Make with the Sauce!


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tactfullady wrote in saucydwellings
I don't know how many of you subscribe to Domino magazine, but in this months "Green" issue, they featured the Portland apartment of the husband and wife design duo Wary Meyers. Their designs are a mix of glamour/vintage/kitsch that really just gave me a design orgasm.Anyways, I went to their website, and I had to share the gems that I found there.Although this is not my home, I WISH that someday my home will be this saucy! I hope you enjoy these as much as I did!

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Up top and the following are from an apartment they decorated in NY.


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These are from their apartment in Maine

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I have to go buy that magazine today!!!!

Sauceriffic!!

Yes, go buy! THere are a few pics in DOmino that are not on their website and vice versa. Here's a link tho their site:

http://warymeyers.com/warymeyers1.html

Off topic, but how on earth does make a heart like you did? I have always wanted to know so I can use them all the time!

What an optical orgasm of color!!!

Thank you for sharing these gems!!

lovely!!!, I'm a bit disappionted with the first room, far too much cream and beige, but the rest are tres saucy.!!!
although sometimes i think the term'saucy' has different meanings in the uk ,than the us,i'm always supprised when rather bland, white/ beige/cream places appear and are discribed as 'saucy'. I always associated 'saucy' with rather rich interesting and risque, not minimal and bland, maybe it's just that familiar tranlation thing. ;)
love that bedroom!!!

I am in agreement on the first room - it also looks cluttered and hard to move around in.

The Maine apartment looks much more liveable and like everything has a place to go that feels right.

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OMG I know! Needlepoint point pillows rock my world!

HOT! what's their website?!?!?!

very eclectic - right up my alley.
So are their designs "green?"

I guess they are considered "green" because they reuse and repurpouse from vintage and thrift stores, as opposed to using brand new things.Actually, their wallpaper in the dining room is "green" somehow. I will have to leaf through Domino again and figure it out.

Guh. I want a chandeleir!!! (did I even spell that right? lol)

mmm those are awesome. i live in maine too, i wonder where their place is.

I'm not sure, but I know it is in Portland.

Thanks for sharing! this is fabulous!

I have the antique lighting thing happening in my home and its an idea i stole from a friend who has some amazing things in her home...

awesome again, thanks!

Your welcome!I adore antique lighting!