Caitie Delaney stands between her home's living area and dining room. “The dining room is probably the least frequented space in this house. The only reason that I come in this room is for therapy on Zoom,” she says with a laugh. Caitie Delaney is a TV writer who's known for her work on Rick and Morty , 68 Whiskey , and Teenage Euthanasia . She's also a painter, sculptor, and embroiderer. All of this is abundantly clear when you catch a glimpse inside her Los Angeles home that's filled with movie posters, nostalgic tchotchkes, and a thick layer of her own creations. “I describe this house like when a mom puts a kid's drawing on the refrigerator, except I'm the mom and I'm also the kid and the entire house is the refrigerator,” Caitie states over Zoom while perched in her dining room. “The entire place is a collection of my paintings, my ceramics, which I just started doing a few months ago, my fake cakes, and my embroidery. You can look around and see all the different ways that I've avoided writing.” When Caitie moved into this rental spot—a three bedroom with another pair of smaller rooms she uses as her office and painting studio—she was excited for the creative challenge of decorating such a large space. “I wanted each room to have its own vibe, because that just seems like fun, and there are a lot of aesthetic things that I have wanted to try. So downstairs is the cowboy guest room, and I wanted it to feel like an elevated version of a hokey motel room that's themed,” she explains. “I wanted to leave my bedroom as uncluttered and tranquil as possible. If the cowboy guest room is a motel room, I wanted my room to feel like a nice hotel room and I think I've relatively succeeded at that. I mounted a TV that swivels in a way that it might in a hotel room and I don't bring a ton of color into that space, I'm trying to keep it peaceful and chill.” […]
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