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The landlord may not argue that the upgrade is beautiful but that still doesn't mean she would be okay with it. It might even end up costing her money if she has to later upgrade the rest of suites in the building to match. Painting is one thing, as it's easy to change, but renos like tiling seem like a bit much to undertake without even mentioning it to the LL, much less asking for permission or support.
Before & After: A Brooklyn Kitchen Gets New Subway Tile Brooklyn To West
|2/15/13 12:22 AM|
I really like the wallpapered dining room, but as someone who also lives with an artist and his studio, I find it a funny that Jeff is working on hardwood without a drop sheet. It certainly is the cleanest art studio I've ever seen!
Liv, Jeff and the Friendly Yeti Sharing a Home
|1/8/11 11:37 PM|
There's something sorta off about it. It seems impersonal and slightly uncomfortable, but I suppose that's because it's not actually a lived-in space. It kinda looks like a boutique hotel that tries to cater to women by randomly putting up pieces they think they'll like (romantic chandelier! red lips!) without really pulling it all together
Jacquelyn Opts for Opulence
|1/5/11 4:21 PM|