IT’S LUNCH TIME

India Today - - HOME -

wares ar­ranged in shelves and on the floor. Adams used many of the tin con­tain­ers as a child and says that her search for the elu­sive porta­bles was about more than just sat­is­fy­ing a quirk. “They were mem­o­ries of an ex­cit­ing child­hood. My col­lec­tion serves two pur­poses and also works as a fil­ing sys­tem for im­por­tant pa­pers and busi­ness re­ceipts. Find­ing cre­ative ways to keep or­gan­ised al­lows me to keep the space un­clut­tered,” says Adams whose home has found men­tion in pop­u­lar de­sign blogs like Her­man Miller and Stylelist. If you want the bl­o­go­sphere to fawn over your liv­ing space , take a leaf out of the book of Dee Adams. The Cal­i­for­nia girl who is the di­rec­tor of de­sign at Ya­hoo! has a spe­cial sur­prise for those who walk into her loft— a stun­ning col­lec­tion of retro lunch boxes. The lov­ingly cu­rated hoard is the rai­son d’etre of her 70s in­spired liv­ing room which has art from around the world dis­played on its walls. But the prize for the most orig­i­nal em­bel­lish­ment still goes to the olden

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from India

© PressReader. All rights reserved.