I’ve seen a lot of intriguing places in my work as a freelance field editor. Some are just too quirky (read: creative, artistic) for the mainstream magazines, like this no-holds-barred riot of paint and wallpaper in a limestone townhouse in the heart of Park Slope.
It was masterminded by decorator Linda Spector of Zelda Victoria, the longstanding, beloved fabric and wallcoverings shop on Fifth Avenue and Third Street, now closed.
Handpainted ‘harlequin’ walls in the middle room on the parlor floor.
The piece de resistance: a custom ceiling collage made of 10 different wallpaper patterns, mostly from Bradbury.