First of all, not everyone can simply choose which type of apartment they live in. It is very much up to finances and/or availability in the area where you work or study.
How To Be Original in "Cookie Cutter" Apartment? Good Questions
|10/8/12 8:37 AM|
Our library consists of well over a thousand novels plus roughly the same in non-fiction. Fiction is alphabetized and kept apart with lettered library separator posts. Everything else is sorted by topic and in a few cases by size for practical reasons. Previously we had a shelf wall fiction and one for non-fiction. Now we have one wall with a section reserved for general non-fiction and keep the remaining non-fiction books around the house where they make sense, e.g. food-related in the kitchen and music theory in the music room.
Living with Lots and Lots (and Lots) of Books? Good Questions
|5/8/12 9:29 AM|
I'm not happy about the aluminium things in the list above. Aluminium will almost certainly discolour in a dishwasher. If it is anodized the process takes longer but still happen.
Household Items You Can Get Really Clean in the Dishwasher
|3/20/12 2:35 PM|
The Anchor showroom picture shown with the original question is really quite a neat way to have a compact array of instruments look tidy. Usually when placing guitar hangers that closely you will get a cramped and messy wall. The beams here create a visual break and at the same time reduce the number of holes drilled to a minimum as well as bringing the guitars further off the wall and thus protecting the backs from accidentally hitting the brick.
Display Guitar Equipment in Small Apartment?
|12/5/11 11:23 AM|