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Display Name: Lisa-C
Member Since: 5/21/09

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I say - each to their own! If it makes you happy then its good for you!

Apartment Therapy Los Angeles | Your Biggest Design Pet Peeves Austin
8/15/09 01:09 PM

I hope they have locks on them..

Apartment Therapy Re-Nest | The Flatshare Fridge: Perfect for Roomates!
8/5/09 09:12 AM

Definitely a bottle opener and picnic set - and a light bulb or two, dont want to get to your new place and find out the previous owners have taken the lightbulbs (cheapskates!!)

Apartment Therapy Chicago | Moving Tip: Pack an "Open First" Box
8/5/09 08:54 AM

AW come on guys, talk about pedantic lol!

Apartment Therapy New York | Before & After: Darren & Cooper's Chair
7/17/09 06:33 AM

I would definitely be putting it in the "walk in closet" if its big enough even for just the matress to fit, curtain it off with something from ikea. Easy to hide and so cozy!

Apartment Therapy Chicago | Creating a Sleeping Area in Studio Apartment? Good Questions
7/17/09 06:26 AM

1: Paint that ceiling! Oh my God what is that colour?

2: Tile an new splashback in orange or red earthy tiles

3: New light fitting

4: Lay some cheap wood laminate flooring


Apartment Therapy Boston | Good Question: Affordable, Temporary 'Fix' For Kitchen?
7/14/09 09:10 AM

If you wont use them inside then you may as well get use of them outside!

Take the pads off, cover with oil cloth and staple tight, put them back on - youre done!

I would also suggest sealing the metal parts with a coat of clear varnish to prevent them from rusting in the rain etc.

Apartment Therapy New York | Good Questions: Breuer Knockoffs for Outdoors?
7/13/09 09:09 AM

You can buy the pattern for these chairs here :


Apartment Therapy Boston | Good Questions: Help Us Find This Chair!
7/10/09 10:40 AM

What about some nice wrapping paper stuck on with repositionable spray mount? Then just peel it off and give the doors a clean when you leave.

Apartment Therapy New York | Good Questions: Hiding Mirrored Doors?
7/3/09 06:17 AM

Not exactly the same, but when we moved into our flat in UK, there was an awful 70s wood effect gas fire mounted on the wall, which we thought we could rip out, but turned out to be our water heater too! Nightmare. Anyway, we took the front cover off to get it to the smallest depth from the wall we could, which is about ten inches. We then made an MDF `3 sided box`cover if you know what i mean, that could sit in front of it, painted it the same colour as the walls and put a slick shelf above it, it looks so much better.

Why not build a cover, cut openings for vents and cover these with a nice wooden fretwork or metal mesh from a diy store?

Obviously, take into consideration how hot this thing gets, and design around it accordingly for safety reasons. Dont let it stop you buying a house, I know it looks horrific but im sure you can work something out!

Apartment Therapy DC | Good Questions: Disguising a Living Room Furnace?
5/26/09 10:57 AM

Hmm, I can only find ugly stainless steel ones made for police stations, but how about a sink in a drawer!?

Apartment Therapy New York | Good Questions: Source for this Space-Saving Sink?
5/21/09 10:35 AM