Spotlight on Pulp Design Studio
If there’s one thing I enjoy it’s knowing I am treading identical turf as supremely talented individuals. It’s why I get a little flutter in my tummy whenever I come upon a stellar person living in Seattle. I get all, “O.M.G! They’re here too! Maybe I’ll bump into them on the street. Maybe we’ll become friends. Maybe I’ve already walked past them on the street!”
Pulp Design Studio. One part Seattle, one part Dallas, if we’re being technical. Let’s get abreast what they’re all about.
Here’s a sweet bedroom with a pink vibe that appeals to the young female set but doesn’t make you want to barf. There’s just enough quirk to make it interesting, as well.
The same goes for this next dressing room area. The art is all, “tra-la-la, I’m a lady,” while the chair remarks, “Konichiwa!” Or something.
This next shot is a real winner– I happen to massively enjoy the sunshiny yellow desk amidst the otherwise neutral palette.
Direct your attention, if you would, to this credenza, and, in particular, the detailing on its front. I can’t help but be reminded of those things I love so tenderly called jigsaw puzzles. Have I mentioned I’m hardcore into puzzling?
Okay, so to be fair, it’s difficult to judge whether this room draws its delightful charm from the well-appointed decor, or from the small person parked bed-side, but either way, you know?
Two more bedrooms, this one featuring a color contrast I quite enjoy by way of bedside table and lamp:
And this featuring a sort of rebellious take on the gallery wall. It’s like, “Who needs art when you’ve got frames?”
I have saved the best for last. Throw on your ski socks and graduation gown cause you’re about to get schooled in killer design.
The sunburst mirror, the chaise, the panelled walls peeking out from the room over.
And then I reach this final picture which causes me to say, “Oh, Pulp, I wish you would stop showing off.”
Okay little readers, so ends another week. Choose happiness, would you please?
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