Curation theory: The thrill of the find and the discipline to choose wisely

eclectic vintage modern home

We are happy to share another home tour Daly put together for the most recent The Tulsa Voice. It’s our experience that finding and perfecting your own personal style comes with seeing as many beautiful settings as you can. For the home tours, we first look for homes we love, then we breakdown why we like it. It feels good to put into words why something is visually great to us.

Below, read a snippet and find a link to the full article. ALSO BELOW, find an extended tour of our wonderful friends’ Adam and Andrea’s home.


First on the list of party invitations you never turn down? The winter soiree of a Tulsa Flea Market vendor. Oh gosh. The home of a flea market vendor could only yield one of two glorious visual adventures: perfect curation or hoarding at the highest level. Both fascinating.

Thank you, Adam Forgash and Andrea Whitney, for inviting me behind the curtain to see how one flea couple lives. Their home is not a filthy pile of boxes and newspapers but rather a textbook example of the layered décor an adventurous life can build. It’s warm with history and their sly, cheeky humor. Below, some notes on this fine couple’s style.

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Thank you Adam and Andrea for letting us feature your beautiful home! You are dear friends with great style.


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