haha I know! Just move in and make it work until you can replace it...which is *exactly* what I've been doing for the past year! As long as it can physically fit into the room, just take the stick out of your butt and go with it until you can buy a new one.
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|11/20/13 02:10 PM|
When I saw the pic, I was wondering how anyone could get ANY work done sitting on the edge of the sofa with a laptop perched precariously on your lap.
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|11/15/13 02:47 PM|
This house is one of the best "celebrity" houses I've ever seen. It's really down-to-earth, and a lot of the looks would be easy to recreate on a more modest budget. I love that they have stuff from Target and eBay. I chuckled when I read that they didn't re-do the kitchen due to "cost reasons", though. If us "Average Joes" can do it, then I'm pretty sure Mike D can afford a full kitchen remodel...but I think it also shows where their priorities lie. Sure, they can afford it, by why spend the money and produce a lot of waste by gutting a perfectly usable space? I would move into their space and not change a thing :)
Beastie Boy Mike D's Brooklyn Townhouse The New York Times
|6/14/13 07:55 PM|