This is a great post...I love AT, and have many saved issues of Domino (which I refer to) but the Cure step I couldn't do (and have always avoided) was the inspiration board for exactly this reason---I don't really want to clip images; I think it would add to the overload feeling. I couldn't bring myself to do it for my wedding either, another time people tell you it's helpful. I bet it is, but I lurk online and sort of remember things and bookmark here and there and then just do some stuff. My current apartment in need of therapy is my and my husband's first together and we're still editing our belongings. Sometimes we get frustrated, but really--patiently managing the clutter and keeping things as clean as you can as you figure out your space is a huge help in this regard. It's a marathon, not a sprint, but the incremental rewards are great.
Avoiding Catalog Burn-Out: Love the Space You're In
|11/29/11 05:16 PM|
I made the one-person version of this desk for my home office, based on an earlier AT post--but without the leg-painting and polyurethaning. It was thrifty, quick to do myself, capacious, strong and much admired.
How To Make a Bouroullec Joyn Desk with IKEA Lagan Countertop Home Hacks | Apartment Therapy New York
|2/25/10 05:28 PM|
Great catbox idea! Could you share how it works (does the top of the sideboard come off for cleaning?) and if the cats took to it easily? Thanks!
Apartment Therapy New York | Paul's Asian Tribute House Tour
|10/29/09 12:37 PM|