Sakinah R.'s Profile
|Display Name:||Sakinah R.|
My condo is about the same size as this one; this makes me want to ditch my bar stools and get a table! So lovely!
Patricia Jean's Classic Romantic Home in Montreal House Call
|3/14/13 4:26 PM|
Beautiful room, and thanks for highlighting a small one! My 3 yr old's room is about the same size (perhaps even a smidge smaller!) and I've wondered what I would have done if we lived there when I was pregnant (he never had a "nursery proper" since he shared my room until we moved about a year ago). I'd love to see what toy storage ideas these folks come up with - as that is the main issue us parents of younger kids have.
Louis's Tiny (but Grand!)
Chinoiserie Menagerie Nursery Tour
|3/12/13 12:05 PM|
I think since many of us have certain other things in common (such as having procreated), it's nice to occasionally see something a little different on AT that I can relate to. I would feel the same if I saw a pet-related post and had a pet, and wouldn't feel slighted if I didn't have one or the other and saw either post. If the information in the post doesn't pertain to you, there are so many others on AT that might, feel free to move along.
Mommy's Not Allowed to Get Sick: How to Be Sick When You Can't Call in Sick
|1/22/13 12:43 PM|
I have a small 66sft balcony outside my 1bedroom condo that I plan to use in the summer to refinish a few Ikea pieces, but I had the (rather tacky and cumbersome) idea of taking pieces outside on the elevator when I want to spray them with anything. I just don't think my space is big enough to spray paint in without getting it all over the place. Renting a storage unit is an excellent idea, or perhaps asking a friend with a backyard/basement if you can mooch off of their space for a few hours. With larger objects, this second option is better if one of you has a car, of course.
How Do You Make Space for a DIY Project in a Small Apartment? Good Questions
|1/9/13 10:50 AM|