Originally Posted by imatlas
Originally Posted by sugarbutch
How idiosyncratic can his apartment be if he has to reach consensus with his spouse? I'm assuming Mrs. Foo has her own aesthetic proclivities which must be satisfied.
That's really up to Mr. and Mrs. Foo to decide, isn't it? I think that Foo is capable of expressing idiosyncracy in the most subtle of ways, if you didn't get that already from my comments.
You made your point quite well, I thought, but there's a substantial difference between his clothing and his shared apartment. I didn't intend to suggest that his furnishings couldn't reflect his approach and aesthetic, more to qualify some of what you were saying with the consideration of his wife's influence on what gets put into the space. I mostly agree with you.
GreenFrog, I think your print is "honest living" but that doesn't make it attractive. That E30 M3 is a fun car, though.