I'm not realistically suggesting we do something like this, but I love the way they have utilised the depth of the window space when hanging things. We have assumed that we want to display large images of faces, however we could consider smaller images, displayed with more fluidity.
Interior design ideas: illustrator Oliver Jeffers' New York home - in pictures
Credit: Nicholas Calcott Jeffers' studio, in nearby Cobble Hill. It enables him and Suzanne to cut off from work at home where they gather in the kitchen with friends, or head down to the boardwalk that looks out on the spectacular Manhattan skyline.
"Nearly all the leaves on the trees have surrendered to the ground. The sky has become a flat scrim of grey. We have lived through Halloween, the time change, and the election. Instead of tricks, confusion, and divisiveness, it’s time for gratitude." - Shauna Ahern..