Based out of Portland, Oregon, Barbara Peacock is an American photographer with a rather successful track record. Her latest project is a fascinating glimpse into the complexities of American culture and the vastly different personalities from all walks of life.
Taking intimate portraits of everyday Americans in their bedrooms all across the United States, Peacock shows us all how unique Americans can be. From friends of the author to strangers who have agreed to participate in finding a card left in a local shop, the project is every bit as fascinating as one could imagine.
Family is a little bit messy but it's all love.
A little unique.
Sometimes a simple life and a cat are all you need. Sometimes it's not a matter of choice.
The best view in the city.
Sometimes the best room to plant your bed is the last room others would think of.
At least in the sanctity of your bedroom you can truly be yourself.
Where do you think you'll grow old?
We make do with what we've got.
A simple room and a simple dog, sometimes that's all you need.
Never grow up.
Where others are simple, some might be extravagant.
Once you have a kid, you share your space.
Your room is where you take the most selfies, isn't it?
Your bedroom is often your sanctuary.
Find joy in the little things.
Wherever you are, you make it your own.
So many may find solace in solitude but there is much joy in family life. Even if we spend a deal of it staring at our phones.
But it's mine.
But all that matters is that you find your peace.
Enjoy your space, sometimes it's all you've got.
It can be beautiful, no matter how small or simple.
Sometimes you don't realize how many memories you make in your home, let alone your room.
There is a serenity in sunlight.
It can be anywhere, as long as it's yours. Right?
This is where we regenerate.
Your bedroom is your safe place. Only there can you truly let it all out.