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sneak peek: caryn grossman

by anne

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today’s first sneak peek is a glamorous departure from the real-world (but beautiful) homes we normally run. designer caryn grossman lives in an elegant, atlanta home that we thought would serve as a wonderful afternoon daydream full of rich fabrics and colored glass. having recently re-watched sofia coppola’s marie antoinette, it reminds me of a modern day twist of something straight out of the film (but instead of a grand chateau, caryn’s place is a 70+ year old former telephone factory). thanks to caryn for sharing her home with us today! you can click here to see more of her interiors work at revolution. –anne

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Home is so inspiring, I’ve moved my studio back in, and am enjoying every moment of creativity.

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I work, and most definitely play, with design, music, the alternative arts, and the relationships between.

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My life seems to be a constant experiment of combinations of each.

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I’m incredibly lucky to be surrounded by people with talent and grace, and I’ve been amazed to see my own work, and my world, grow.

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I make my living as an interior designer, but I write, design just about anything, and collaborate artistically with anyone who asks.
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My home and my studio have always been ever-evolving installations… places where my mind, and my hands, just wander free.

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