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So neat and clean. Just wondering why you chose to run the floor boards lengthwise along the long axis of the room (which kind of emphasizes that length) and not across that axis (which might widen the feel of the room?)


Before & After Room Transformation: Colleen & Pete's Attic to Bedroom Suite
5/20/14 05:18 PM

I was hoping for photos and suggestions for nice organizers to use in that cavern beneath the sink.


Declutter & Organize: Bathroom Cabinets Cleanout The January Cure: Assignment # 15
1/22/14 06:47 PM

Wonderful. Just wonderful. And clever


Little Green House: A Whole Family in 540 Square Feet Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
10/20/13 04:36 PM

One of the most fascinating do-overs Apartment Therapy has ever posted. Brilliant. The Cinderblock greenery. The wall of white frames and matting. The kitchen wall of white dishes. The kitchen wall of stainless equipment. The decoupage. Everything. Just brilliant. Sofia, I think you've found your calling.


Sofia’s DIY Garden Apartment in Brooklyn House Tour
7/21/13 04:02 PM

Love the simplicity of the new look. So calming. Need that.


Before & After: Galley Kitchen Gets Budget Makeover
6/30/13 04:44 PM

So calming. So comforting. And isn't that what a home should be? What a fantabulous nesting place. Great work...and thank you for sharing.


Stacy & Christoph's Classic San Francisco Hilltop Home House Tour
5/2/13 05:31 PM

Minimalism rules! No "pops of color" even allowed for me. Color must be pale, subtle and in the same palette. No contrasts -- they take too much energy. When in doubt, go white. Want my environment to soothe me.


Minimal vs. Cozy: Which is More \"You\"?
4/7/13 05:04 PM

When the student is ready, the teacher will appear.


Join Us & Get Organized in 2013:
The January Cure!

12/18/12 02:32 PM

Me, too. I would only last about a day.


Bring The Color of the Year Home: 10 Emerald Products & Interior Inspirations
12/10/12 05:10 PM

Or...give them something that will give them a sense of pride -- a donation in their name to someone who really needs it. There are tons of charities who will do that; I like Heifer.org.


10 Online Gift Cards for the Hard to Please
11/29/12 06:22 PM

I would suggest using nature and nature-related accessories as decor to soften the graphic nature of the grout lines -- a plant or two, seashells, a shower curtain with ocean waves or, say, ferns on the print and window curtains to coordinate, but not match. A seashell-framed mirror. Nice basket under the sink (fill with towels). Either a sand color or a pale green on the walls. Keep it all light colored to give an airy, expanded look.


Decorating Help For Horrid Bathroom? Good Questions
8/7/12 01:22 AM

We've been looking for a pale sea glass color for a bathroom and love the swathe in the picture. Can you tell us it's name and manufacturer?


4 Things To Consider When Picking A Wall Color
7/5/12 02:31 PM

There's even more to it. In the midst of a miserable divorce, I thought I was saving precious energy by skipping making my bed. Then I read an article on divorce and sadness that mentioned how many people quit making their beds. The article made the point that making your bed starts you off in your day with a sense of control and accomplishment that energizes you to go on to other mini-points of control and accomplishment in your day. It worked for me and I recommend it for others.


Make Your Bed! For Productivity, Profit and Peace
6/26/12 03:03 PM

Love it all. Streamlined furnishing is great for renting and I, for one, think your mother's furniture works fine for renting. Yes, if you were going to live there yourselves, you would have chosen differently...but this all looks so clean, simple, welcoming now. I would have voted to keep the flamboyant green wallpaper on either the walls OR the ceiling, but you have plenty of time to make changes in the future, too.

Thank you so much for sharing this experience.


Big Cottage Reno: First Pass Furnishing
6/18/12 02:12 PM

What fun to be going on this ride with you. Thank you so much for sharing and please keep doing so often (along with your reasoning for each decisions).


Big Cottage Reno:
Stripping Down and Painting

6/12/12 02:44 PM

Couldn't agree more...and I'm a book lover. But I gave all but my most favorites to the local library...and if I miss them, I go visit them there.


12 Things You Probably Own Too Many Of
6/6/12 02:41 PM

It comforts me to be able to lay my hand on the containers with our dogs' ashes.


Dog Days: Remembering Past Pets at Home
4/26/12 01:47 PM

I'm a granny and if that's what's you call your grandmother (whose room this is), who can object to identifying this room. I, for one, love it. Like the neatness (research shows it is UNstressifying) and lining up the shelving. You could put any color you love behind the shelves.


Before & After: A Granny Office Goes Modern
2/1/12 03:02 PM

Oh, they cook on an Aga! We happily cook on an Aga. Surely that means we are practically related.


Kitchen Tour: Irish Culinary Celeb Rachel Allen's Kitchen
1/10/12 05:50 PM

Like the clean, fresh, readable, uncluttered look. The white gives you a nice background for whatever you run.


Welcome to The Kitchn 3.0!
1/9/12 07:17 PM