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Display Name: AnnieOS
Member Since: 6/6/13

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I love all of tile work in this apartment. However there does seem to have been some moving of furniture around for these photos (compare the first two) slightly misrepresenting how this apartment 'works'. Also can't work out where you would sit in order to watch tv?

Liat's Mix of Old and New Small Cool Contest
6/7/14 09:36 PM

A gorgeous apartment. I especially like what you've done with your curtains. I've had a similar plan, and so it's great to see an actual example that works so well.

Juan Pedro's Making It His Own Small Cool Contest
6/3/14 09:35 AM

Yes yes yes... she's the Balcony Gardener and you don't show us the balconies?

I often wonder who curates these tours. Less tiny detail, and more bigger picture please. Would love to see AT implement floor plans for tours too.

Love this apartment - the architectural details provide a great canvas. Very London.

Isabelle's Top Floor Flat in London House Tour
4/20/14 09:01 AM

Love the tiles, but it doesn't all come together for me. Maybe a different light fitting and a frame around the mirror would help?

Before & After: Megan's Modern & Mexican Tile Small Bathroom Mix
4/13/14 04:08 AM

Looks great!

Please keep the microwave in the pantry.

The lovely window is calling out for a narrow wall bench and stool so that you can sit with a cuppa and soak up the light.

Dan's Kitchen: The Big Reveal Renovation Diary
4/2/14 04:22 PM

I think it is a great space but they've gone overboard on the brass furniture. Too matchy and 'on trend' so will date very fast.

Great Furniture & Architectural Details in the West Village Professional Project
3/24/14 07:51 AM

I loved this house - but would respectfully suggest that the bedroom lamps were just one geometric pattern too many!

Jane's Patterned Family Pad in London House Tour
3/12/14 01:22 AM

A beautiful serene home. But find it difficult to reconcile the sheepskin chairs so close to the kitchen and food - can imagine spills, greasy fingers and more...

Eva's Sense of Clarity House Tour
2/25/14 05:30 AM

So Parisians actually have mini-models of the Eiffel Tower in their own apartments? (see the final photo). Now that's a little weird!

How To Decorate Like a Parisian
2/18/14 08:23 PM

I'm for a compromise - a couple of Ikea shelves across the back wall, each shelf dedicated to a different category (travel guides, travel writing, other non-fiction, detective/murder, mixed fiction...) and then sorted by colour within the shelf.

Easy to find books, and reduces the visual clutter in a small apartment.

Really, It's Ok to Arrange Books By Color Slate
2/14/14 07:20 AM

Ikea Brimnes bed for me - great deep drawers that maximise the storage space. Two drawers are a little harder to get too, with my bedside tables, but I reserve these for longer term/ less used items such as Christmas decos and camping equipment.

This bed, together with the vacumn-sealed space saver bags, have really improved life in my apartment.

Top Ten: Best Storage Beds Apartment Therapy's Annual Guide 2014
1/31/14 09:20 PM

Love it. Warm,welcoming and bright. Beautifully put together - nothing too 'try hard', all timeless pieces that tell a story.

Need a Little Sunshine? A Chic Home in New Zealand NZ House + Garden
1/8/14 07:45 AM

Whilst I love the colours, beds and mirror, I would like to see more elements than represent the girls. Only 7 and 3 1/2, I can't see any toys or books. A little over styled for such young girls in my opinion.

Before & After: A Shared Parisian Bedroom Gets a Sophisticated Makeover
1/8/14 07:34 AM

I like the colours and the built-ins. I don't like the animal heads - overdone here on AT and everywhere else. I also think that the blackboard walls could be a bit impractical with the chalk dust if you actually use them.

A Fresh, Colorful Nursery Inspired by a Vintage Globe Professional Project
11/22/13 06:07 PM

Gorgeous boat - though I would also add a little gas BBQ on the deck and a mini fridge inside somewhere. This would save a little on all the pre-prep every time you wanted to use the boat.

A lot of the posters seem a little whingy about the owners' circumstances. Meh. I like to dream! And it makes a nice change from yet ANOTHER antler adorned apartment.

Chris and Kristen's Dreamy Houseboat House Tour
8/14/13 10:28 AM

I would have gone for a built-in under the sink for storage. Being open doesn't add much when you still have a rubbish bin and toilet paper holder just sitting there.

Before & After: A DIY Bathroom Renovation Old House New Tricks
6/23/13 08:24 PM

You must have very understanding neighbours... Doing demo during the weekend and after hours? Not allowed in my neighbourhood - and for good reason too.

Looking forward to seeing how it progresses now.

Christine and Pierre's Kitchen: Goodbye, Pantry Renovation Diary
6/23/13 08:13 PM

Some simple re-sorting of the books on the shelves would make it look less visually cluttered.

Before & After: A Classic Renovation for a Park Slope Kitchen The Sweeten
6/8/13 02:20 AM

Some simple re-sorting of the books on the shelves would make it look less visually cluttered.

Before & After: A Classic Renovation for a Park Slope Kitchen The Sweeten
6/8/13 02:20 AM

I agree Sarah SK. Neither lounge worked for me. And would add floor length curtains.

Overall, though a nice vibe.

Jenna's Colorful Colonial Reno House Tour
6/7/13 04:52 AM