Then let's take this fucking room as an example. Let's assume this room was arranged as an honest representation of the owners' lives and their honest pursuits of happiness and beauty. We can assume the following about them:
1. They keep their deep-fryer under their coffee table, because they deep fry in the living room.
2. Their reading list develops out of an insistence that the books be bound mono-chromatically, because they've learned good books are grey books.
3. The like to transport their books, so they rest them in a metal pail they'll transport them later in.
4. They once had a plant, but it died, so a memento of it sits on their books. They remove the memento of their dead plant when they wish to read.
5. One rug just isn't protective enough.
6. They like Roman pottery, but not the real Roman pottery. They prefer the postmodern ones made in China for forty dollars each, which can be aggressively aged the archaeological equivalent of 2,000 years in 20 minutes.
7. Real eggs spoil, but fake ones don't, so they keep some on their coffee table in case Easter shows up early.
If you can find interiors which hint of disingenuous arrangement, then you've found "decorated" interiors, and thus bad ones. The ones I post are overwhelmingly indicative of honest living, to the best of my perception. Yours isn't one of them.Edited by StephenHero - 6/20/13 at 7:15pm