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I was raised in an ancient house with a working fireplace, a wood pile, and an ancient boiler from the 1920's that we used only for heating water. The solution is to 1) heat yourself, 2) heat your bed, and 3) cover your floors with carpets and your windows with curtains, the thicker the better. The Victorians lived the way they did for a reason, OK?
My Winter Thus Far Without Turning On The Heat
|12/10/11 06:42 PM|
FiatLex, co-op maintenance often pays an underlying mortgage on a building. A condo is an interest in land, legally. A co-op is a corporation which owns a building, and the residents own shares in the co-op which leases their apartments to them. Elevators are also quite expensive, and then there's the issue of paying for managing agent or doormen or other staff. Toss in real-estate taxes that depend more upon prevailing tax rates the year the co-op was founded than on anything else and you see where the money is going.
Apartment Therapy New York | FSBO: NoHo Loft 718 Broadway, 6B
|2/11/09 06:15 PM|
use a potato. Seriously. Take an appropriately size Idaho potato and screw it into the broken socket until it catches and then unscrew the "potato" bulb. It works and as a bonus you get a Dada-ist potato lightbulb.
Apartment Therapy Los Angeles | How To: Safely Remove A Broken Lightbulb via Instructables
|2/10/09 02:31 PM|
forget the wallpaper .... where are those blue tiles from? That is absolutely the most awesome shade of blue tile I think I have ever seen.
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|1/31/09 03:17 PM|