That is so creepy. It's just a more modern version of a Poconos "Bridal Suite" with a whirlpool tub in the bedroom. Ewh and ewh. Who thinks this is sexy or even relaxing? Makes me think of chamber pots and steel tubs in a nineteenth century bedroom. Separation please! AND, it is not like they are lacking in space. There is a living space.
Combination Bed/Bath from Berlin's Hotel Q
|10/18/10 9:16 PM|
I don't quite understand the drive to buy a $100 fan. If you have the kind of semi-expendable money where you can afford a fan like that, why not just turn on your air conditioning? Or is that an unearth-friendly attitude? Maybe my dismay comes from living in the south where everyone has air conditioners. It still boggles my mind when I learn that people who live in 500K homes in Seattle don't have air conditioners. So in that case, yes, I could definitely see a person with that kind of money spending $200 on a floor/table fan.
Best Table Fans 2010 | Apartment Therapy New York
|7/26/10 6:33 PM|
You could try putting in adjustable shelving similar to Ikea's Broder. This system has height extension posts that can be installed on sloped/stepped ceilings.
How Do I Maximize Closet Storage Space? Good Questions | Apartment Therapy Chicago
|7/23/10 1:31 PM|