While there’s no denying that an unlimited budget is every designer’s dream, I do tend to find that the most interesting spaces are ones that are designed on a budget… It forces you to get creative, to mix both high and low, and ultimately the results feel that much more unique. Austin designer,Claire Zinnecker, did just that in her 1930’s bungalow, and the results are simply lovely. SHOP THE LOOK: Source: Domino | Interior Design: Claire Zinnecker | Photography: Molly Winters
When Holden Caulfield learns he’s going to be kicked out of yet another private school, he bails in the middle of the night and heads to New York City to bum around for a few days — hitting on girls, thinking about his dead brother, worrying about where the ducks go in the wintertime — before he deals with his parents. The time passes in an agony of anhedonia that transcends the merely adolescent.