Cindy W's Profile
|Display Name:||Cindy W|
I got rid of my coffee table and am glad I did. The extra floor space is wonderful. People only used it as a foot rest and rarely wanted to lean forward to store their drinks of food so they would hold them or try to rest them on the furniture arms or an end table along with a lamp, knicknacks etc. I actually added and changed end tables they are now free of lamps and clutter- a completely available glass top surface to set drinks and snacks one is accessible from every seat. I also ditched my three seater couch and replaced it with 2 comfy chairs. Nobody wanted to sit in the middle and everyone would just sit in the chairs when given a choice anyways.
Less Is More: 15 Pieces of Furniture You May Not Really Need Miss Minimalist at Huffington Post
|8/16/12 11:54 AM|
I bought a condo in the same area last year which was just as dated but also filthy. Can't wait to see what you do and where you source everything since there is no West Elm, CB2 or other stores I love within two hours of here. At least doing this long distance you may be able to get to stores and look at things easier. I have the same tile and it looks like I will have it for a while. Unfortunately with my zoning everything even laying wood floor requires a permit and the building enforces it so larger renovations have been put on hold.
Introducing The World's Ugliest Condo Renovation Diary
|3/7/12 4:23 PM|
Fantastic! Can this possibly be 1200 square feet as stated above? It seems so much bigger. If 1200 square feet can look like this I really need to rethink my own floor plan.
Doryn's Glamorous Return to the City
|11/2/11 3:58 PM|