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If These Walls Could Talk, They'd Also Eat, Pray, and Love

Photos by Angel Franco/NYT

This weekend's New York Times Real Estate page profiles an NYC woman who spent a year in Guatamala to cope with her marriage dissolving some 10 years ago. Now, her walk-up apartment, which she purchased for $1M in 2003, features primary-color walls, furniture from married life, and art and accessories from all over Latin America. Whether or not you agree with our sister site Curbed NY's opinion that the space is "overwhelmingly bright and it looks pretty cluttered and a little ADD-inducing" or find the interiors cheerful inspired, one thing's for sure: the wall art is extraordinary. Have a look above.

· A Writer's Start-Over Home [NYT]
· Very Colorful and Quirky on Sullivan Street [Curbed NY]