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Display Name: TriciaRose
Member Since: 12/12/09

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I have maps of places with personal meaning on our upper kitchen cabinet doors - quite hard to get the ratios right since the doors are long and thin!


Even More Maps For Travel-Inspired Decor | Apartment Therapy Los Angeles
7/23/10 11:43 AM

The little stove in #3 would have trouble coping with all the people sitting at table in #4. Why not go for a range, like an Aga or Rayburn?

and I'll stick with my linen bedding thank you - stronger and more traditional than cotton...

I like the concept of this post, just I'd prefer less fancy.


The Urban Cowboy Rustic Farmhouse Inside Man | Apartment Therapy Los Angeles
7/21/10 02:32 PM

I used galvanised gutter cages over the horrid little bullet lights on my cheap ceiling fan (see: http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/sf/house-tours/tricia-and-stefans-seaside-havenhouse-tour-103848 )


Do You Play The "What Could I Use This For" Game? | Apartment Therapy Chicago
7/15/10 08:13 PM

We travel a lot for work, on tight schedules, and virtually all the time I'm in the hotel room, I'm asleep! The only thing I care about is to be able to open a window for some real air - often not possible.

Candles (smoke alarm?), photos, music - just more stuff to carry.


10 Tips for Feeling at Home in a Hotel | Apartment Therapy Los Angeles
7/12/10 07:35 PM

This is utterly inspiring, makes me want to drag my mattress outside right now! No mozzies here, but the last time I did I woke covered in dew... I suppose that is why real sleeping porches are covered.


Bill Beth's Sleeping Porch Closeup | Apartment Therapy DC
7/10/10 01:19 PM

Brilliant


Rope Patterned Cement Wall by Dani Marti | Apartment Therapy Los Angeles
7/8/10 11:07 PM

My office is 30" x 69" ( it's an old entry porch, enclosed), and my desk is 30" x 13". Not really big enough, but at least it's out of the way. The downside is I have no place for files, no system, and rely on memory and computer records to track orders etc. It's getting more complicated week by week...

I want to be elpox!


The Long and Short of It: How Big is Your Desk? | Apartment Therapy Unplggd
7/8/10 12:39 AM

Thank you for providing the only amusement I will ever wring from this dreadful series (God that girl is DULL!)


5 Green Life Lessons We Can Learn from Twilight 'Eclipse' | Apartment Therapy Re-Nest
7/7/10 10:39 AM

Artemis has weaving gear in the shed too - ooooh envy! I'm assuming she cuts elsewhere too (or doesn't have the huge stash of fabrics most of us accumulate!)

Dear little work space.


The Sweetest Sewing Shed Tales of a Junkaholic | Apartment Therapy Los Angeles
7/7/10 01:59 AM

Thank you for all the comments on my headboard and my Rough Linen bedding! I'm chuffed!

Mandakate, the headboard couldn't be easier as long as you have a good source of driftwood. I collected for quite a while, and thought about it a lot, then one day leaned it against the wall to place each piece then whacked away with my nail gun. There is no wood below mattress level, mainly because I wanted the bed as tight to the wall as possible, and also some of the pieces weren't very long. I add to it every time I find something interesting.

If you're asking how talented you have to be to create the linens - very! : ) I have a Maine coon and haven't noticed an extra cat fur problem - and it is very tough, withstands one client's Newfoundland! It softens too: that picture was of a very new duvet cover with the characteristic post-wash 'treebark' texture, gone after a couple of nights.


Masculine Headboards Inside Man | Apartment Therapy New York
7/4/10 01:00 AM

SO pleased to see one of my driftwood headboards (#7) posted up here and looking very manly with the Rough Linen bedding (www.roughlinen.com). Didn't do it with my bare hands though - I used a nail gun, it took about fifteen minutes start to finish and was absolutely free.
Comfortable too - the knobbly bits are all above head level, and the only fallout is an occasional barnacle.


Masculine Headboards Inside Man | Apartment Therapy New York
7/1/10 08:23 PM

I have the Artemis fan in the living room and it is soooo stylish - but the cheap Home Depot one in the bedroom is much better now that I have painted its fake wood blades off-white and put galvanised gutter protectors over its nasty shiny bullet lights. I tell myself it is Steam Punk...


Best Ceiling Fans 2010 | Apartment Therapy New York
6/26/10 09:10 PM

Love my Hille Supporto chairs - thirty years old and still going strong!


Solid Chairs for Working Inside Man | Apartment Therapy Los Angeles
6/23/10 02:53 PM

Ooooh, me too! me too!
http://ikeahacker.blogspot.com/2009/06/bekvam-and-molger-bathroom-remodel.html


From Kitchen Island to Dual Sink Vanity via Ikea Hacker | Apartment Therapy DC
6/22/10 04:06 PM

I had great apothecary drawers in one house, but I could never find my socks!


Apothecary Cabinets Roundup | Apartment Therapy New York
6/21/10 01:20 PM

Home theatres don't HAVE to be poncey, or expensive, but they are wonderful. We got our projector from Costco, after a lot of experiments sold our expensive screen on eBay and bought a white blackout blind in a custom size, and feel horribly smug about the whole thing. Did I say it is practically invisible?


Which Celebrities Own These Home Theaters? | Apartment Therapy Unplggd
6/16/10 11:19 AM

I can just imagine agonising wrestling-matches with twine and curved needles, or duct tape! trying to approximate these serene floorscapes (doesn't mean I mightn't try though).


Land Carpets From Florian Pucher | Apartment Therapy Ohdeedoh
6/11/10 06:05 PM

There is a thingey called a Peticure which gently rounds cat's claws - worked on my cat...


Before and After: Restoring Grandma's Lounge | Apartment Therapy Los Angeles
6/4/10 09:26 AM

that is so appealing - no clichés!


A Modern Michigan Lake House Chicago Home Garden | Apartment Therapy Chicago
6/3/10 01:50 AM

DahliaCactus has my vote - those glorious vintage upper cupboards look like TROUBLE to muck about with.


Battle of the Weekend Projects | Apartment Therapy DC
5/28/10 07:22 PM