I do love a good old nose around someone else’s house, and I took full advantage of this when looking for Telephone Towers. I saw some real shockers and stunners (alas, my crippling fear of heights meant we had to veto the apartment on the 8th floor with balcony & sea views), but as soon as we walked into Telephone Towers I knew it was the one for me!

I’ve really enjoyed putting together these posts on home decorations (see the previous two parts on the Cutie Interiors mook and Anna Sui’s New York house if you need to catch up). As part of this little journey I happened to find Yellow Room; by the people behind Rid Snap, Jessica Snap and more, it’s just like street snaps. But for your home. Great! Sadly, I think it’s an abandoned project (Rid Snap is the clear winner of the family), but the photos are still up and it’s fantastic to be able to look back.


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Kummy’s room:

I love this idea! I might have to construct something similar…

Yuri’s room:


Dusting must be a nightmare. (Yes, I am old. And boring.)

Matsuri’s room:

Curtains can be decorative too!

Anonymous’ room:

Can’t go wrong with a bit of Viv. I’m a Chanel no5 devotee when it comes to perfume though.

Norimi’s room:

Well now, that’s just cool.

Yes, Samuel and I also have personalised mugs – one of my previous jobs was ceramic artist/studio assistant. We have lots of pottery.

I’ll continue looking for more design inspiration, so keep your eyes peeled for future posts!


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4 Responses to Home is Where the Heart is: Interiors, Three

  1. brad-t says:

    These articles make me feel so self-conscious! I’ve not put any attention into my home yet really. Perhaps because I’m very young and renting an apartment that hasn’t been well taken care of, I can’t really feel motivated to renovate or decorate it. I spend all my money on clothes haha!

  2. Laura says:

    love all these interior posts! 🙂

  3. Tokyo Telephone says:

    @ Brad: Just start with one room, maybe? Displaying some of your more interesting clothes would be great!
    Our UK place is a bit of a mess – it’s quite modern, but we inherited all our furniture from my relatives and we love weird old antiques, so it’s a bit schizophrenic at the best of times! 😉


  4. Tokyo Telephone says:

    @ Laura: Thank you, I’m glad you’ve been enjoying them! I’m on a roll! I’ll be on the look-out for more… 😉


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