I have just one cat who uses his litter box religiously, but I'm in a similar boat to the hoarder. I just don't see the white walls of our apartment anymore. It's a decorating travesty that I didn't notice until looking through theses shots for this post.
couch at Macy's after laying on every sleeper sofa in a 50 mile radius. It's the most comfortable sleeper, but sadly not the most comfortable couch. Hmmm. Mr. Palindrome and I decided that most things in the apartment would have a dual purpose and we're more than pleased with the diversity of bed and sofa when we have guests at the Palindrome B&B. The rug and coffee table were Criagslist finds from Pottery Barn. The coffee table's second purpose is storage and the rug's second purpose is red wine spill camouflager.
house and the painting from my WEverb11 post. The TV, stand and floor lamp are from the NC family room. I mentioned the dining/console table and bench - here you can see them in their condensed console position.
In the kitchen, the only new items are the coffee rug from Lowe's and the dish towels from Williams & Sonoma. Then this is the view back towards the balcony from the kitchen.
master bathroom in NC and added a shower curtain and rug from Target. I also picked up the cute hook from Pier One so that we could keep our towels handy.
beige room. Funny story about the comforter. We brought the white down comforter we received for our wedding. Then a little kitty (the same one who made all those fresh kitty paw prints on the freshly made bed) jumped on Mr. Palindrome who happened to be walking by with a fresh cup of coffee. The very same day the apartment was cleaned by the housekeepers, the comforter was sent to the dry cleaners. There was no winning on picture day.
The wall sculpture above the bed from Bed Bath and Beyond can be also be used for dishes in a pinch.
So that's the grand tour of the very white walled apartment. Gah, what I wouldn't give to throw up a coat of coral or aqua in the bedroom and a nice artichoke in the living room. Or wishing that we'd leased from the complex that painted accent walls for you! Alas. Anyone else battling white walls?