and one of the first canons of good taste,
is that our houses, like the fish’s shell and
the bird’s nest, ought to represent our
individual taste and habits."
Mary Eliza Haweis
Interior design has been defined as the process of shaping the experience of interior space, through the manipulation of spatial volume as well as surface treatment. I would suggest that, in good taste, or not, most homes do come to reflect the people who live in them. And, over the past few years I have slowly been making some changes in my environment. Though, I will probably hang on to the rug that my late wife thought really tied the living room together.
As curator of my own domain, last week I finally hung a poster to compliment one I had for just over a year. I must say that they do reflect my eclectic taste and strange sense of humor.
Picasso and Duchamp Go at It
|Art Rivalry: photo by Cliff Hutson|
|Add Punch: photo by Cliff Hutson|