Wednesday, March 18, 2009

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If you lived here {*probably some where in Marin in the mid 70s}, I'd invite myself over on a Saturday afternoon and we'd lay around drinking coffee poured from the chemex, nibbling on your home made sour dough, while listening to a little Nick Drake.
namaste
*thank you to the, very astute, maison21 for pointing out that this in fact is NOT at all in Marin County but in the county of Los Angeles {hey that's where I live}.

10 comments:

maison21 said...

sweetie, house ain't in marin, it's right in your backyard- eames house, santa monica or case study house #8.

you can visit the grounds, but not inside:

http://www.eamesfoundation.org/

beachbungalow8 said...

so this isn't your house. check.

Susan Moses said...

megan-

I'm so there with you... so come on over... PeAcE OuT...

ALL THE BEST said...

lovely!!!!

Petunia Face said...

Hey! That's my house right here in Marin! Come on over!

Okay, so I'm lying. Apparently the house is not in Marin nor does it look remotely like mine but still--come on over and we'll hot tub with some incense and Van Morrison.

Brilliant Asylum said...

Ha. This room makes me want to macramé a wall hanging in my cork platforms.

Charlee said...

I've actually been inside and it is an absolute time capsule filled with every treasure the Eames' collected over the years. It looks pretty cleaned up from this angle. Either way, it remains an iconic structure and it's inhabitants are in a league of their own.

[ 3 d b l u r ] said...

lol... @ Brilliant Asylum...

hforhannah said...

Charles & Ray, the best designers ever! Love visiting their house feels like they're still there. Nice pic.

...love Maegan said...

I wish it were my living room.

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