I love to see beautiful decor, but I want it to be relevant to my home.I don’t want to see the decor in some multi-millionaires mansion sitting on the beach. It gives me a better idea of how things fit and what the end result will look like.
As luck would have it, it was still on the market by the summer, when the couple had saved more for their down payment, and they were able to make an offer.In the living room, a painting by Richard Smith is displayed above the fireplace, while a Cy Twombly print dominates another wall; the midcentury yellow chairs are by Nanna Ditzel, and the button-tufted armchairs, clad in a Holly Hunt fabric, are a vintage design by Kerstin Hörlin-Holmquist.The sofas, covered in a Donghia fabric, and the window treatments are all by Jonas.For more context on this incomprehensible nonsense, listen to the original episodes (listed below) or check out our Wikipedia page. Podcasting from a snuck-into bunker underneath Pinky Piglet's Market & Cocktail Baloney in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, grizzled hard-bitten hillbilly conservative Never-Trumper Jackie Broyles and pot-scented beer-breathed half-hard layabout Never-Trumper Dunlap yell about President Ultimate Yankee Donald Trump and his baby tantrums and his alt-right Nazi cabinet henchmen, about Steve Bannon and Jared Kushner and Stephen Miller and Kellyanne and Spicey and Mooch and Gorka, about Chuck Shumer and Mitch Mc Connell and John Mc Cain and Nancy Pelosi, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, Priebus and Putin, Russia and Ryan and Reagan, liberals and conservatives, cucks and con-men, Democrats and Republicans, Never-Trumpers and Bernie bros, Deplorables and RINOs, fake news, fake sponsors, local businesses, national politics, populism, pop culture, old TV shows, current events, the white working class, Trump's America and, let's be honest, the end of the world. We read a really fun article about Bible study in the Trump White House.If you like sophisticated satire, nuanced political humor, and redneck shitkicking hillbilly country comedy Hee-Haw moonshine outhouse Blue Collar donkey cartoon face, this is the podcast for you. We're not sure what it's a commercial for, but it's not Jesus.Podcasting from a bunker underneath Jackie's Market in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Jackie Broyles and Dunlap yell about Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, liberals and conservatives, Never-Trumps and Bernie bros, fake local sponsors, real national politics, pop culture and the 2016 presidential election.