The architecture is a celebration of the imperfect. Every room has a story of its own, a story told through the enduring detail—some of it left, some of it restored, some of it reclaimed, some of it lost. It's the perfectly imperfect details—like the original pine floors that were cleaned, not stained, and the intricate paneling—that literally take my breath away. My mind is overflowing with ideas about how I would decorate the space...I'm thinking cool and contemporary with touches of brass. What would you do?
(Images via 6a Architects)