Has someone already covered an ingenious way to hang pendant lighting in a rental where you can't open up the walls to wire the ceiling? I want to put a pendant light or chandelier over a dining room table in a rental. I'm pretty sure I can get the wiring converted so it just plugs into a wall, but I'm not sure the best way to hide the cord. I was thinking about a hook in the ceiling and incorporating the cord into the overall design, but my "client" (bf) may not go for such a bohemian approach.
|8/9/07 7:06 AM|
I had one of these portable a/c units. First of all, it's nearly impossible to get the tube vented out of a rental window -- you need to cut a hole in the glass or have a panel made that has a hole the size of the tube. Second (and possibly because I didn't have good insulation around the stupid tube), the thing condensed water like a m**********r at night, and the (2" deep at most) tray that catches the water overflowed, and water went all over the floor and leaked through the floor into the neighboring apartment, and warped the floorboards...
Good Questions: Is There Such Thing as a "Windowless" AC?
|5/1/07 2:06 PM|
"Where are the Women?" was the cover story in Fast Company. I think it was a couple of years ago. Fast Company is a business magazine dedicated to innovative offices. It's actually a lot like AT, but about business.
#28 - Daniel's Idiosyncratic Little Pad
|4/27/07 11:56 AM|
Good Questions: What Goes Well With Brown?
|4/27/07 11:27 AM|