Photography, Barbara Davidson for Los Angeles Times
I love the dining room of Pushing Daisies creator Bryan Fuller, featured yesterday in The LA Times. According to the paper, Fuller's designer --Betsy Burnham-- edited his sci-fi action figures and passion for kitsch without cutting what she calls his "dark whimsy." So, in another room, a life-size Gollum sculpture lives happily with Schumacher upholstery. What I've shown here feels the most trad; for a true sense of that dark edge, be sure to tour the entire home.
BTW: Burnham's firm offers an alternative online design service, Instant Space, for clients willing to do their own leg-work.