So a house is a house is a house, right? The bottom line is that they’re sheltering structures where people live and keep all their stuff. But a peek inside Robert and Suzanne Sullivan’s house reveals the way careful attention to, and the arrangement of, a house’s stuff is what transforms a house into a family museum, a cabinet of curiosity, a landscape of details—a home. Here’s a book Robert made. A bird’s nest. A ceramic ear, among other body parts, created by their daughter. A dragonfly. Wisdom teeth. Letters from around the world. It’s these things, each with their own history and story, that animate the soul of a home because “really, all of this is about beauty."
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