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The absolute signifier of domestic luxury in my mind has always been wallpaper, because it's an instant signal that you own your own home, no small feat in Manhattan, or anywhere these days.
["Palais Royal, printed by Huard et Chasset, 1924 Edition," $59,000 at A.L. Diament & Co.]
Windowlicker - from the French for window shopping: faire du lèche-vitrine - often appears on Tuesday and Thursdays at 10am EST-ish.
Posted by Lauren Cerand on September 27, 2010 in ART | Permalink
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That's a lot of zeros. But I'll keep that in mind for my next castle...
September 28, 2010 at 06:23 PM
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