Elise in Chicago's Profile
|Display Name:||Elise in Chicago|
I've lived in a lot of cities (including 3 months this past spring in SF), and every city feels different and has a different flavor. The bus rides in SF are definitely WAY crazier than bus rides in Chicago, Houston, or Portland. It's much harder to get around SF in a lot of ways, but there are a lot of advantages to that lovely city. Sometimes even a change of neighborhood/commute routine can help.
Urban Exhaustion: How Do You Handle It?
|11/1/11 10:53 PM|
I just moved into a studio that's almost the same size/shape. I used my couch as a room divider and put if perpendicular to one of the long walls. (There's and Expedit behind it, but you wouldn't have to do that. If you do, I'm glad I got the 4x4 instead of the 5x5.) The I put the head board of the bed along the same long wall. I put the desk on the other long wall at the food of the bed. My table is on that same wall opposite the end of the couch. It works out that one end of the apartment is for living/eating, and one end is for sleeping/working. I'm jealous of your balcony! Good luck!
Layout and Color Suggestions for Studio Apartment?
|9/1/11 2:08 PM|