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Display Name: Kevin Acker
Member Since: 2/2/08

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1 on the recommendation for iPhone apps. I use one called "White Noise" that is free in it's basic version and works quite well.


Round Up: White Noise Machines For a Peaceful Night's Sleep | Apartment Therapy DC
1/13/10 02:52 PM

Those are great budget options - I especially like the second one.


4 Round Dining Tables — All Under $200 ROUNDup | Apartment Therapy New York
11/10/09 02:07 PM

I like


Naked Decor's Happy Hot Dog Clock | Apartment Therapy DC
11/10/09 02:03 PM

Love it, KarenH.

And it's hot, hot, hot. As is the rest of the thin edge series (wish it weren't so expensive to buy vintage).


Apartment Therapy New York | Hot or Not? The Thin Edge Bed by George Nelson
2/29/08 03:18 PM

Yeah, the appliances give it away. Has to be 90s or now. I'm going with the 90s.


Apartment Therapy Chicago | Guess The Decade: Blue Kitchen
2/29/08 03:16 PM

Another plug for highbrowfurniture. I placed a very large order with them a couple of years ago when I was furnishing my place, and the service was fantastic.


Apartment Therapy San Francisco | SF Good Questions: Online Furniture Retailers?
2/16/08 05:48 PM

So beautiful, so uncomfortable...


Apartment Therapy San Francisco | Swan Chair Floor Sample on Sale at DWR Jackson
2/7/08 12:52 PM

Not horrible looking, but I'd take the Eames Aluminum Group and Softpad chairs over this any day.


Apartment Therapy Chicago | Design Classic: Eames Executive Chair
2/6/08 06:39 AM

Good stuff.

While not cheap, I also recommend the Architectural Pottery reissues by Vessel.

http://www.architecturalpottery.com/

A medium-sized one with a stand also makes a great fireplace wood holder (that's how I'm using it)


Apartment Therapy Los Angeles | Best White Plant Containers
2/4/08 11:24 AM

A couple of sub tips from a hardened audiophile:

1) Corner placement usually works best to minimize standing waves and boominess
2) If you can hear that the bass is coming from the sub, then you need to turn down its volume. Most people have the volume set way too high. Turn up the volume until you can begin localize then sound, then turn it down until you just can't
3) Two subs can indeed smooth out room irregularities, but ought not be needed unless you have a troublesome room.


Apartment Therapy Unplugged | Blogging Electronic House: Shopping for a Subwoofer
2/3/08 04:51 AM

That is one seriously cool cabinet.


Apartment Therapy Los Angeles | Gregory's Project: The Stereo Cabinet #7 - Moving On
2/2/08 02:37 PM