This is very inspiring. My husband and I will soon be in the market for our first small house. We also live in Portland and tiny houses like this are about all that fit in our price range :)
Apartment Therapy Re-Nest | Green Confessional: On a Budget, Compromise Affords Indulgence
|12/18/07 12:44 PM|
I find out what people collect. For instance, my mother in law collects salt and pepper shakers. So throughout the year, we look for interesting pieces to add to her collection and give them to her as gifts.
Apartment Therapy Re-Nest | Survey: Second-Hand Gifts?
|12/18/07 10:14 AM|
I'm hoping more people will post their feedback. I have been looking to epoxy our basement apartment floor since we ripped up our carpet and have an exposed, ugly concrete.
Apartment Therapy Re-Nest | Good Question: Epoxy Concrete Finish?
|12/17/07 3:59 PM|
Looks are deceiving with these bags. They look small, but fit a good amount of groceries. Certainly at least as much as a standard paper bag-- I'd actually say more simply because they are much stronger. They can be stuffed until bulging and won't break like a paper or regular plastic bag. We bought 4, but rarely ever use more than two at a time (weekly shopping for two adults).
Apartment Therapy Re-Nest | Green Stocking Stuffer: Chico Bag
|12/17/07 3:52 PM|
Vinyl graphics can be easy to install. It helps if you are using a thicker vinyl and one color. All you generally need is a tape measure (if you are applying vinyl that is multiple color or needs to be aligned with anything) and a surface cleaner. Vinyl usually can be removed from walls easily and leaves little if any damage.
Apartment Therapy - Vynil Wall Graphics
|9/4/07 7:50 PM|