callbob-- you can totally do better than that. Don't you have a year's worth or Crate and Barrel catalogs to sprinkle into the pile?
Apartment Therapy Los Angeles | Where's Your Biggest Clutter Spot?
|5/12/08 03:46 PM|
hejiranyc, I think the average consumer does care about their (skyrocketing) utility bills. Being environmentally conscious and being cheap have a surprisingly large amount in common. There being a general loss of both credit and equity in the economy, more people are pinching their pennies and complaining about their gas bills. But a house is an exciting thing, and people in an emotional rush do not always consider such costs in their budgeting. Especially when a house is new and has no billing history to inquire about. I wouldn't underestimate the American consumer when it comes to the desire to save money (even if it's just to make room to purchase other stuff.)
Apartment Therapy Los Angeles | What If Homes Came With Nutrition Labels?
|4/17/08 08:10 AM|
Not big on the cheetah rug, but I like the way Kimora's closet has a certain messiness that conceals quite a bit of order. (Unlike my closet. Or my entire apartment. In which the messiness conceals just about everything. Not sure this is the best blog to admit that.) The others feel like fancy store displays, and this one is definitely a closet.
Apartment Therapy Los Angeles | Which Celebrity Closet Fits Your Style?
|4/2/08 10:07 AM|
Atlanta! Lord knows we need help. You've got not one but two AT sites in California. Why can't you show the South some love?
Apartment Therapy San Francisco | SF Good Questions: Next AT City Site?
|4/1/08 04:08 PM|