The signifiers of status and class present themselves culturally in overt and nuanced ways. Decoration is subversive, even polarizing. It quickly identifies taste, class, and access. Through an abstracted and materialistic visual vocabulary, Boone-McCreesh questions the optics of classist structures, while tantalizing with maximalist aesthetics. Highly saturated colors and a rich variety of textures create an initial attraction, while at the same time challenging assumptions of “good” taste. Cross-cultural ideas of beauty and perception of class are present, objects of beauty often acting as determiners of worth.