List App's own @Fitz's home in Tulsa, OK is featured on Somewhere. Check out the link for the full interview and rest of the photos. Let's get more List Appers on here!
  1. How long have you lived here?
    A decade in the Tulsa area, two months in my downtown studio.
  2. Occupation?
    Tjf 2791
    I make custom guitar and instrument cables for the global music industry. I also deal antiques and collectibles (aka unwanted junk) I find at estate sales, flea markets, garage sales, etc on eBay on the side.
  3. Anything you are currently on the hunt for?
    Tjf 2804
    I'm on the prowl for a different desk. The one I have right now is perfectly fine, but I was very spoiled by the rare Danish mid century furniture I used to work with at my old job in Los Angeles, particularly the desks, and now I want one for myself. So, if anyone's grandma has a Svend Aage Madsen or Arne Vodder masterpiece languishing in a Midwestern garage somewhere, get at me.
  4. Where do you find things for your home?
    Tjf 2796
    The Big 5: eBay. Thrift stores. Garage sales. Estate sales. Flea markets. I never, ever buy new (unless it's something like a mattress). There’s too much New Stuff being made and it freaks me out. Old Stuff is cooler, well-made, and can be resold for profit when you don’t need it anymore if you have a good eye and reliable intuition. Recycle, reuse, resell. Get dat style. Get dat cash.
  5. Design inspiration?
    Tjf 4408
    I will cop to studying the Urban Outfitters online catalog. It’s very textile-centric so it is somewhat my jam, but it can border on millennial kitsch sometimes, which I'm not super into (too many owls/foxes/printed quotes). Also, growing up in New Mexico exposed me to a lot of Native American culture. Right now that stuff is really hip, but it has a genuine sentimentality to me, and that’s why I surround myself with it—not just cuz it’s cool.