Donald Hall’s Workspace
There is definitely something to be said for good old antique style. While there’s nothing wrong with modern sleek and clean, there is a certain warmth that antique interiors provide. The New York Times Art & Design section checked out the New Hampshire home of the 14th U.S. Poet Laureate, Donald Hall. I especially love that oversized library catalog card hanging on the wall, not to mention that innovative light switch!
I’m counting down… 3 more days until Japan!
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