Thompson Sisters: Antonia

Antonia’s condo is the complete opposite of her sister Victoria’s. Her decor aesthetic consists of mixing vintage and modern. She also has a mixture of high and low end decor. In Lonny, they best describe it as a bit of “hodgepodge” because she tends to decorate-as-she goes.

I can relate to how Antonia decorated her condo because that is exactly how I learned how to decorate from my
Mom. Just start collecting what you love and eventually you’ll figure out how to put it all together.

The mix of modern and vintage in the living/dining room works perfectly together. I’m still amazed that Antonia was able to decorate most of her condo by shopping on eBay. Wish I was eBay savvy, but I haven’t mastered it quite yet. It’s definitely on my “things to learn” because the pieces she found are fabulous.

Almost anybody will kill to have a fireplace, but to have one this gorgeous is something I’m completely envious of.

Simple but chic, that’s all you need to have a great looking bar.

Anything in Hermes orange adds just the right pop of color to any home. But filled with jewelry like this is just down right amazing.

All of you know I have a love for desks and this one is perfectly put together. It’s clean, sleek and minimal, which makes me love it even more.

I hope you enjoyed looking at both Victoria and Antonia’s beautiful condos. They are so different, but both condo’s brought me inspiration in different ways. I hope they brought you a little inspiration as well.

{photo’s courtesy of Lonny Magazine}


  1. Jane Flanagan

    I loved the current Lonny so much. That jewelry box gets me every time!

  2. Lulu

    that jewelry box makes me happy =]

    postcards from dreamland

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